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1 Hedging exchange rate risks is considered in Chapter 16.
2 Hedging risk is not limited to banks as lenders.
3 But to get at that profit you must hedge stock risk .
4 Or derivatives can be used to hedge risk from other business activities.
5 Foreign issuer bonds can also be used to hedge foreign exchange rate risk .
6 Instead, many CDSs actually created risk, rather than hedged risk .
7 The CDS market originally was predominantly a market for transferring and hedging credit risk .
8 It generally does not exactly match the terms of the underlying risk being hedged .
9 Banks have used CDS contracts extensively to hedge credit risk on bonds and loans.
10 It is limited to hedging the risks of loan origination-related swaps with a customer.
11 What do you think about hedging directional risk of a vertical spread with stock?
12 The Treasury department identifies, evaluates and hedges financial risk in close cooperation with operating units.
13 Kashkari attributed this to the funds hedging risk , which decreases returns when stock prices increase.
14 An alternative approach to hedging price risks is to allow for price adjustments and lower the premium.
15 While there are ways to help hedge this risk , the approaches are neither bulletproof nor cheap.
16 The key issue is will the contracts protect the banks from the underlying credit risk being hedged .
17 Claim 1 in the patent application described a series of steps instructing how to hedge a risk .
18 The trader can hedge this risk by selling government bonds short against his long positions in corporate bonds.
19 Buyers of protection used these contracts to hedge the risk of default of a firm or country.
20 That has created an opportunity for the medical joint ventures to hedge the investment risk by joining forces .
21 For all sub-funds in this umbrella fund, currency risks are hedged via derivatives (forward contracts).
22 Deutschemark in particular) and that there would be less requirement for hedging exchange risks in those currencies.
23 We continue to see good value in hedging interest rate risk at the short-end of the swap curve.
24 Options, like futures, can be used to hedge risk or to take on risk to speculate.
25 Derivatives are often used as an instrument to hedge risk , but can also be used for speculative purposes.
26 In theory, importers, exporters, and others could hedge the foreign exchange risk on the forward exchange market.
27 The Federal Circuit court affirmed the rejection of the patent claims involving a method of hedging risks in commodities trading.
28 Derivatives positions originally undertaken by some firms to hedge risk could not be unwound and instead became sources of risk.
29 The Group uses forward currency contracts in the normal course of business to hedge exchange risk on anticipated foreign currency transactions.
30 It insured tens of billions of dollars of derivatives against default, but did not purchase reinsurance to hedge that risk .
31 An alternate way of thinking about this result is that investors are less concerned about hedging the risk of decreasing interest rates.
32 To hedge the counterparty risk of entering a CDS transaction, one practice is to buy CDS protection on one's counterparty.
33 An earlier draft of the bill would even have exempted deals that hedged risk -- and since almost all such deals are created to hedge risk, it would have essentially exempted everyone.
34 An earlier draft of the bill would even have exempted deals that hedged risk -- and since almost all such deals are created to hedge risk , it would have essentially exempted everyone.
35 I'm not going to test Umair's analogy to destruction but I can certainly agree with him that there's a risk we'll forget the purpose of these devices we're building if we allow them to gain a life of their own, just as derivatives originally meant to hedge risk for simpler securities have grown into markets in their own right.
36 The Guidance also provides examples of a "legitimate business purpose," including a fund of funds (FOF) operated primarily for the purpose of investing in underlying funds and using retail Forex transactions solely to hedge the currency risk posed by an unfavorable change in the exchange rate between the currency in which the underlying funds accept investments and the currency in which the FOF investors pay for their investments in the FOF.
37 We note that because the SD definition in the Final Rules does not provide a per se exclusion for non-financial entities (i.e., commercial entities) and the Interim Final Rule only excludes physical swaps used to hedge risk , a commercial end user that uses non-physical swaps to hedge commercial risk could arguably be considered an SD if any of its swap activities could be deemed a dealer activity.
38 We note that because the SD definition in the Final Rules does not provide a per se exclusion for non-financial entities (i.e., commercial entities) and the Interim Final Rule only excludes physical swaps used to hedge risk, a commercial end user that uses non-physical swaps to hedge commercial risk could arguably be considered an SD if any of its swap activities could be deemed a dealer activity.
39 The Final Rules also add that the exclusion applies to swaps between an IDI and a loan borrower that are required to be in place under the IDI's loan underwriting criteria as a condition of the loan in order to hedge commodity price risks incidental to the borrower's business.
40 Because of the potential interplay between the exclusion from the mandatory clearing requirement for commercial end users that use swaps to hedge risk and the definition of SD, which, as discussed below, does not exclude non-financial entities, non-financial entities using swaps to hedge should consider submitting comments on the Interim Final Rule.