Virgin Blue Group - Pretax profit to fall AUD200 million due to hedging losses

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Virgin Blue stated its pretax profit would fall by AUD200 million (USD131 million) in the 12 months ended 30-Jun-08, due to hedging losses. The airline will book the price of hedge positions at market levels and take a pretax charge in the financial year.

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