Trump Policy Delays Deed into US Corporates’ Hedging Activity

August 11, 2017 Chatham Financial

“There are companies without programmes in place which have not increased their hedging activity,” said Dhargalkar. “That has been either because their FX exposure wasn’t that great or because they were comfortable with taking the FX risk or because they have euro revenues and when the dollar went down they were winning because they hadn’t hedged in the 1.05 range.


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