Room for improvement
Hedge fund clients of Barclays can use the bank's own margin calculator to construct their portfolios - while the bank uses it to manage net counterparty exposures. Both sides benefit
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A finer grain
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Pick and mix
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The move towards OIS discounting is proving difficult enough for banks in US and European markets but firms in Asia are facing the added difficulty of a dealing with multiple currencies
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Jumping the hedge
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