Singapore Airlines Group reported a net profit of S$293.2 million ($186.7 million) for its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, down 14.6% from a S$343.2 million profit in the year-ago quarter, a decline the company attributed to "higher fuel cost." SIA said in a statement that demand "is expected to remain buoyant" but cautioned that "the price of jet fuel is still volatile and remains high." Second-quarter revenues rose 7.7% to S$3.61 billion while expenses climbed 10.9% to S$3.35 ...

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