Rabobank cuts derivatives by 40%

Rabobank’s balance sheet shrank almost 9% in 2017, as the value of its derivatives portfolio dropped in response to market movements.  

A 40% decrease in the value of derivative contracts was the result of higher interest rates and various foreign exchange rate developments. Rabobank's total derivatives exposures at the end of 2017 were €25.5 billion ($31.4 billion), down from €42.4 billion at the end of 2016.

Overall, the Dutch bank’s balance sheet decreased by €59.6 billion. A reduction in

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