Step right up for Aussie risk hedging

Problem: A medium-sized Australian company has significant receivables denominated in USD or USD-pegged currencies, arising from exports to the US and to South-east Asia. The company hasn’t hedged its FX exposure in the past, but is concerned by the recent AUD appreciation and its potential to strengthen further over the coming year. It is not concerned about changes to the Asian pegs, thinking this is very unlikely over the next year. Hence, it is content to consider a hedging strategy solely

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