At Apple, derivatives notionals top $178bn

Credit loss amounts rocket on rate and currency fluctuations

Outstanding derivatives notionals at Apple hit $178.9 billion at end-December 2019, +4% higher than the year before, with the increase driven by a build-up of non-hedging instruments.

The tech giant had $14.5 billion (+18%) more derivatives notionals classified as non-hedging at end-2019 than a year ago, for a total of $96.5 billion. Hedging derivatives notionals fell $6.8 billion (–8%) to $82.5 billion.

Foreign exchange derivatives notionals jumped by $12.7 billion (+9%) year-on-year to $150

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