Ebookers, the online travel group, has almost halved its losses for April to June quarter, traditionally the weakest booking period of the year.
For the three months to 30 June, Ebookers reported a 67% rise in sales to £118m. Its pre-tax loss fell to £0.9m against a loss of £1.7m for the same period a year ago. Shares fell 3.5% in early trading.
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