What should investors consider when currency hedging?

Growing cost for European investors

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What should investors consider when currency hedging?

Alessandro Marolda, senior consultant of the Portfolio Research & Consulting Group at Natixis Investment Managers, looks at the growing cost of hedging for sterling and euro-based investors buying US dollar-denominated assets.

One of the biggest asset allocation themes this year has been the large and growing cost of hedging for European investors buying US dollar-denominated assets. This has affected mainly EUR-based investors...

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