Dennis, Juliet
January 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);1/30/2009, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of the weakening of the pound against the euro in the travel industry in Great Britain. It mentions that travel agents are fighting to hedge against euro due to the volatility of the currency exchange markets. It notes that agents have different ways of hedging in which most are operating a mix of methods to protect prices as much as possible from currency fluctuations.


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