currency hedging
The practice of countering the risk of adverse changes in foreign exchange rates that could negatively impact future cash flow generated from an investment or a Transaction. Often used in international commerce in transactions where the delivery date of an item is set well beyond the purchase date. A currency hedge will lock in an exchange rate that will guarantee a more favorable currency conversion at the time of delivery.
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