3 Things CFOs Need to Know About FX Hedging
CFOs need to own a hedging program’s objectives and recognize its limitations.
Currency Risk Mounts as U.S. Dollar Rises
Companies trading with foreign firms whose debt is denominated in U.S. dollars are on especially shaky ground.
A Foreign Government Blocks a Huge Customer Payment. Now What?
If you're doing business overseas, you're subject to political risk. Being prepared is a key to minimizing the fallout.
Gee, 20: No New Currency Deal, China Devalues Yuan
China's move, just two days after saying it would not devalue its currency, is unfortunately business as usual.
P&G’s Profit Rises On Higher Prices
But the consumer products giant also expects negative foreign exchange effects to continue to eat into total sales numbers.
Tough Times Ahead for Emerging Market Currencies
Economists expect further drops in exchange rates, but say lower commodity prices could limit how far the currencies fall.
Are Bankers Overcharging for FX Transactions?
The Justice Department is investigating sales practices of foreign-exchange banks as part of a wider probe into FX market rigging.