Currency Moves Take a Smaller Bite Out of Earnings
Fewer North American companies reported negative foreign exchange impacts for the fourth quarter of 2016.
Currency Volatility Costs Hit Record $33.9B
"Corporates are seeing more significant sustained negative impacts than at the height of the euro crisis," FiREapps says.
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.
Three Currency Predictions for 2016
Volatility will no longer be the "new normal" but just the norm; it will be the "year of the yuan"; and FP&A teams will be pressed for insights.
Currency Volatility Costs Highest In Three Years
Data from FiREapps suggest North American multinationals are struggling to adapt to global currency shifts.
U.S. Firms Hedging International Trade Bets
Increased trade activity in Western Europe, Australasia, and China have companies planning to hedge more in the coming months.
Cost of Currency Volatility Hits Record $31B
First-quarter negative impact numbers for North American and European corporations eclipse even the height of the euro crisis, survey says.
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.
FX Volatility Has Only Moderate Impact
Currency fluctuations put a smaller dent in multinationals’ earnings in the third quarter of 2013. But are companies ready for a stronger U.S. dollar?