Foreign exchange (FX)
Corporates were hit hard by derivatives losses linked to investments and low-cost hedges during the financial crisis. But most companies have benefited by using derivatives to manage financial risks...
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Executives’ Meeting of East Asia Pacific Central Banks says crisis revealed shortcomings in regional money markets; swaps deals, cross-border collateral could alleviate some problems
Foreign exchange is held back from fulfilling its potential as an asset class because of counterparty risk issues, said panellists.
South African, Nigerian and Ghanaian central bank governors say path to regional and continent-wide single currency littered with obstacles; single currency will not correct underlying problems
Blanket forex exemption dropped from final bill; Treasury to determine issue
Dow Jones Indexes and CME Group have created a foreign exchange index that represents the value of the US dollar against six major world currencies, creating a tool for investors wanting to hedge themselves...
The Chinese Communist Party’s former leading economist, Zhang Wei, explains how revaluing the renminbi is in China’s interests, why the financial markets are such a headache for the country’s ...
Long euro derivatives positions caught up in proposed legislation, while doubts remain over the exemption of market-makers
Investors shift allocations to US dollar products as euro sinks.
Germany broadens shorting ban scope
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