Hedging strategies to exploit ‘currency war’

The spoils of war


Despite attempts by Asian monetary authorities to stabilise their currencies relative to the US dollar, policy and trade gaps between the US, Europe and Asia are drawing global capital into the region with the force to overpower local interventions and regulation. Since China said it would “proceed further with reform of the renminbi exchange rate regime and increase the renminb exchange rate flexibility” on July 19, 2010, the renminbi has strengthened 3.6% against the dollar.

Despite initial

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