Corporates assess their hedging options

It has been more common for corporate hedging solutions to contain option-buying features during the past 18 months than in the years leading up to the banking crisis. This might seem unusual given the market volatility has remained above long-term averages, but it is the result of a confluence of factors.

With less certainty in the underlying economy, corporate treasuries have become less certain about forecasting their exposures. This has prompted a reduction in hedge horizons

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