United Airlines expects to record $232 million in cash fuel hedging losses and $138 million in noncash mark-to-market hedging losses in the fourth quarter based on Nov. 20 closing forward curve prices, it said yesterday in a US Securities and Exchange Commission filing. It also said it reached an agreement with its largest credit card payment processor, reportedly JPMorgan Chase & Co., suspending UA's obligation to post or maintain additional cash reserves above the current $25 million ...

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