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Declining cost of FX hedges creates opportunities to raise hedge ratios

29. April 2022
Deutsche Bank Research has launched a new series of Asia Corporate Strategy Notes for our corporate clients, focusing on risk management recommendations in currency and rates markets. The first report in this series argues that corporations should take advantage of declining Asia FX hedging costs to raise USD and EUR hedge ratios. [mehr]

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Weltweit hat sich die Konjunktur im Sommer deutlich belebt, allerdings führte die Delta-Variante dazu, dass die Erwartungen zunehmend häufiger verfehlt wurden. Daher haben wir unsere kurzfristigen Wachstumsprognosen für die USA nach unten korrigiert. Gleichzeitig stellt sich wegen der hohen Inflationsraten verstärkt die Frage, wann die Zentralbanken wohl mit der Drosselung ihrer Wertpapierkäufe („Tapering“) beginnen. Die Inflationsbefürchtungen konzentrierten sich zunächst auf die USA. Inzwischen wird jedoch auch im Euroraum die höchste Inflationsrate seit knapp einem Jahrzehnt verzeichnet. Vorerst sind die Anleger nach wie vor davon überzeugt, dass es sich um eine vorübergehende Inflationsspitze handelt und dass die Rate von selbst wieder zurückgeht. So ist es auch eingepreist.  [mehr]
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