How does arbitrage and hedging differ ?

Arbitrage is the difference in the price of the traded commodity on various stock exchanges. 

Whereas,

Hedging is negotiation of the price of the traded commodity to eliminate the transaction risk. Hedged price of the commodity remains the same on various stock exchanges.

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