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Using FX Futures Contracts is the standard way of hedging currency risk. Lets assume that you want to invest 125k EUR in US stocks. In the moment you exchange the 125k EUR to USD, you also buy one Euro FX Futures Contract - https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/fx/g10/euro-fx_contract_specifications.html. As long as you hold the US stocks you will have to ...


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According to this article in Forbes, the problem is not really a lack of coins, but mainly a slow-down in retail transactions. One particular issue is the reduction in business at places that have a major role in collecting coins from consumers and returning them to the banks, [Columbia business school assistant professor Yiming] Ma says businesses that ...


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You could buy 10 calls on FXA (the Australian currency ETF mentioned by Hart CO) expiring in 12 months. Each share of FXA approximately tracks the value of AUD100, and 10 calls correspond to 1,000 shares. The choice of strike price is a tradeoff of how much you want to spend on hedging and how much risk you are willing to take. A higher strike costs less but ...


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