American Sticks To Non-Hedging Strategy

Credit: American Airlines
American Airlines is hewing to its strategy of not hedging fuel costs, a decision it says has saved it $673 million this year. American is continuing the longstanding practice of US Airways’ management to not hedge. Chief Operating Officer Robert Isom told investors recently that American paid $1.67...

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