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Not so fast

17 September 2009 By Aliza Rosenbaum

The American Airlines parent raised $1bn by selling frequent flier miles upfront and secured $1.9bn by hocking assets. The stock soared as concerns about liquidity dissipated. But the cash may end up diverted to purposes that don’t create much additional value.

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