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Introducution Risk Hedging using future contract Risk Hedging through Options

The more than 20 % depreciation in the rupee against the dollar over the last year would have dented the finances of importers who did not hedge their currency exposure. A steep appreciation in the rupee, on the other hand, can put exporters at a disadvantage.

Dealing with currency risk, especially in markets as volatile as present, poses a significant challenge to entrepreneurs as well as the corporate. They should consider hedging their forex risk and focus on their core activities. Big businesses usually hedge currency exposures through their bankers in the over-the-counter (OTC) market. Given their size, they are in a position to negotiate rates with the banks and get good deals. But small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and small corporate have often found themselves short-changed by the lack of transparency and high costs in the OTC market.

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