Several factors have combined to boost the dollar’s performance, finds David Turner
Emerging market currencies have been boosted recently by strong inflows from investors seeking higher returns. But Ayşe Ferliel Barounos finds not everyone expects the rebound to last
Policies being pursued by Japan and China for different reasons are behind the rising yen and the falling renminbi that are having significant effects on financial markets
Anthony Harrington finds that investors can easily overlook the foreign exchange risk that comes with investing outside of their own currency area
Yes, says Michael Howell, managing director of CrossBorder Capital As the world gets bigger it seems to become ever more volatile. So its financial markets ride an endemic eight or nine rollercoaster with dizzying, white-knuckle peaks occurring in 1972, 1981, 1989, 1998, 2007-08 and now maybe in 2015 too.
Sterling’s fall means trustees should now weigh strategic currency hedge, says Aon
Committee recommends use of judgement when discounting using thinly-covered bond markets
Funds indicate they will pace themselves in building up international assets
Big movements in major currencies could be a chance to look again at hedges – but don’t try to time the market
Consultancy’s risk study shows success of more ‘expensive’ strategies
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