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Listen: Hedging prevents airfares from tracking European jet fuel costs

Andrew Bonnington, editorial director for European and African Oil, discusses why airfares have not fallen in line with jet fuel prices, with Philippe Casey from the jet fuel desk. As the public outcry for lower airfares grows, Andrew and Philippe examine why hedging in the paper market prevents certain airlines from benefiting from the price declines.


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