Foreign Exchange Hedge

A foreign exchange hedge is a financial instrument that helps protect investors from losses when changes in the value of their home country’s currency are large.

The most common type of foreign exchange hedge is a price stability agreement, which allows investors to buy goods and services in one’s home country’s currency at a lower price than the market rate, then sell these goods and services back to the market at a higher price.

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