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Given its past performance, there is a good chance Indonesia’s govt will force companies to trade in RMB.
Are equity investors reacting to crude debt statistics, or are we at risk of analysing things that aren’t there?
RMB development is in full swing, but MNC strategies to manage exposure less so. Local treasurers need to be taken seriously.
Regulators in Indonesia are spooked and responding to what they fear is the second coming of the Asian Financial Crisis. Corporates are suffering as a result.
Tweaking the renminbi reference rate to maintain confidence for RMB international trade is the beginning of more interventions.
India’s central bank is out to force every company to hedge all FX debt exposure, but this heavy-handed approach is not the cure.
US overhauls of money market funds won’t immediately affect Asia, but it raises the spectre of great change in the industry.
As the Chinese currency frees itself from the yoke of state control, treasurers should start protecting against unforeseen volatility.
Taiwanese corporate treasurers it seems. A slight dip in the value of the Chinese currency has caught a lot of them off guard.
Thai Airways switched from operating in US dollars backed with FX hedging to a natural hedge strategy, but the plunging baht has called the decision into question.