Continental Airlines late last week warned in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that it expects to post a loss in the first quarter and a "significant loss" for full-year 2005. In addition, the carrier revealed that it does not have any fuel hedges in place, which will leave it vulnerable to record high fuel prices. It also said its cash position will slide during the quarter. According to the filing, it anticipates ending the first quarter with an unrestricted cash ...

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