Jet Fuel Glut Leads To U.S. Carriers Unwinding Hedges

U.S. carriers are continuing to unwind jet fuel hedges as the price of fuel remains below $1 per gallon, an analysis by research firm Platts reveals. Most U.S. carriers took losses against their hedge positions last year, as the market price for jet fuel was below the cost of hedges. United Airlines...

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