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Study: US Corporates Hedging Less FX Exposures
A recent study from Chatham Financial finds that less US corporates are hedging their currency, interest rate and commodity risk exposures than three years ago. The study, which analyses the 2015 financial risk management practices of more than 1,500 publicly listed corporations in the US, found that the number of overall companies utilising currency and commodity hedges fell three percent from 2012 to 37% last year. It also found that only 55% of firms with exposure to currency risk actively manage this risk through the use of financial hedges.

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