Cathay Pacific Airways issued a stock market alert warning that its full-year result will be "disappointing" despite falling fuel prices. CX said in its statement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that "weakness in revenue and losses on certain fuel hedging contracts" would "affect the year's results adversely." It lost HK$663 million ($85.5 million) in the first half of 2008 (ATWOnline, Aug. 7) after reporting a HK$7.02 billion profit last year. The company said the strengthening US dollar ...

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