Earnings show some caught on wrong side of the hedge

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) - A plunge in commodity prices late last year is causing havoc among first quarter corporate earnings this month, as many companies find themselves caught on the wrong side of their financial programs to hedge against volatile moves in oil, corn and grain prices.
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