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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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TCXs main business is providing local currency hedging solutions to its shareholders.
On The Beach didn't provide any information in its statement Friday on the currency hedging that it does, if any.
Profit before taxation was $264m, 15pc lower compared with $311m in 2017, but normalises to a positive 1pc growth, after adjusting for effects of foreign currency hedging transactions in Banco ABC Brasil (which have an offsetting tax charge impact), and other one-off non-core items.
Profit before Taxation was US$264 million, 15% lower compared to US$311 million in 2017, but normalises to a psitive 1% growth, after adjusting for effects of foreign currency hedging transactions in Banco ABC Brasil ("BAB") (which have an offsetting tax charge impact), and other one-off non-core items.
The partnership with Lumint strengthens Northern Trust's platform for currency hedging, including portfolio overlay, share class hedging and look-through hedging.
Rising currency hedging costs, just like rising rates and widening Libor-OIS spreads, and even the underperformance of investment grade relative to high yield or BB-rated credits relative to CCCs, have their roots in a simple but powerful factor: the Federal Reserve tightening policy by raising rates and reducing its balance sheet.
Establishing 2018 as the new baseline coincides with the effective date of tax reform, and the duration of the growth rate coincides with the company's foreign currency hedging program.
The Fund Market Risk Sensitivity Ratings are underpinned by the systematic interest rate and currency hedging of these funds' portfolios.
Raghavendra & Velmurugan (2014) focused on currency hedging practices of 100 IT firms in India.
He said the firm had managed to shield customers from Brexit-induced price rises thanks to currency hedging and favourable prices from suppliers in China.
Unlike some retailers on the high street, he said the firm had managed to shield customers from Brexit-induced price rises thanks to currency hedging and favourable prices from suppliers in China.
WisdomTree and iShares have each launched suites of products that will mechanically take the guesswork out of currency hedging. These types of ETFs examine factors such as interest rate spreads, currency momentum and currency volatility to systematically decide when to hedge or not hedge.