Continental Airlines moved yesterday to dampen speculation about an improving outlook after it reported stronger than anticipated unit revenue growth in May that caused some analysts to raise their outlook for the carrier this year. In an investor update, the company said that "while revenue trends have been improving, with current high fuel prices and refining margins, [it] continues to expect a significant loss for the year."
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