United Airlines said yesterday that it had raised $1 billion by amending its credit card marketing services agreement with Chase Bank but also warned that it likely will take a $225 million fuel-hedging loss in the third quarter. UA reached agreement on amendments to its co-branded card marketing services agreement with Chase and its credit card processing agreement with Chase/Paymentec that will boost its liquidity by $1 billion in the short term and an additional $200 million over the next ...

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