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Currency hedge

Applies mainly to international equities. Hedging technique to guard against foreign exchange fluctuations (i.e., short Euro l00 mm when holding a long position of Euro l00 mm in stocks).

Currency Hedge

In equities, the act of holding a position in a stock denominated in a foreign currency while holding an equal but opposite position in the currency itself. This protects the investor from fluctuations in the value of a currency adversely affecting the stock holdings.
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The Norwegian Krone weakened by 8 percent against the Euro and US Dollar during the third quarter of 2015 resulting in a foreign currency exchange loss on a Norwegian Krone denominated intercompany loan balance with a subsidiary using a functional currency of the Euro and on settled foreign currency hedges.
This currency exposure has been offset by the rand value of applied hedge instruments held to protect against these risks and the impact that these risks may otherwise have had on the successful good-bank transaction," Jones said, without giving more detail about Abil's currency hedges.
8220;This decision means that the way companies designate and process currency hedges will likely be very different between IFRS 9 and IAS 39.
UBS Pactual said it expects Modelo's net profit and earnings to rise in 2010 and 2011 as currency hedges on export revenues are unwound.
The impact of gains in currency hedges and losses in fuel hedges in the quarter results in an approximate net loss of R$48mm.
133 permits this special accounting for the change in value of derivatives designated and qualifying as fair value hedges, cash flow hedges or foreign currency hedges (see sidebar "FASB 133 Hedge Definitions").
Although a surge in Japanese purchases of overseas assets was not observed immediately after the announcement of the deregulatory package, market participants noted broadbased sales of yen against a variety of currencies and unwinding of currency hedges by Japanese investors on their existing foreign assets.
You could pay a bank to provide currency hedges, but that is a hefty expense, except for amounts much larger than most CEOs would invest abroad.
3 million charge for non-cash currency hedges incurred in 1992 compared to $2.
In certain circumstances, retailers may be able to identify foreign currency hedges (along with foreign denominated payables or purchase orders) as Sec.
The proposed credit facilities will slightly increase OI's borrowing capacity and financial flexibility, and potentially improve the company's interest costs and enhance its currency hedges through borrowings in the currencies where OI holds a strong operational presence.
50 per cent, meaning the telco won t have to purchase currency hedges, and is set to mature on November 13, 2008.