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Managing Transaction Exposure

Managing Transaction Exposure

8. Managing Transaction Exposure. Chapter Objectives This chapter will: A. Compare the commonly used techniques to hedge payables B. Compare the commonly used techniques to hedge receivables C. Explain how to hedge long-term transaction exposure

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Managing Transaction Exposure

Managing Transaction Exposure

Managing Transaction Exposure. 11. Chapter. Transaction Exposure. Transaction exposure exists when the future cash transactions of a firm are affected by exchange rate fluctuations. When transaction exposure exists, the firm faces three major tasks:

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