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After the State Bank of Vietnam’s (SBV) devaluation of the dong on January 7, CT asks FX strategists what similar FX moves Asia-Pacific treasurers should look for in 2015.
CT's Working Capital Chronicle has been updated. New deals include: Singapore Airline's new FX payments facility; Toyota's new derivatives reporting platform; and LyondellBasell Industries' cash management solution.
Banks disagree on the foreign exchange implications of the PBOC’s announcement of a wider renminbi trading band, but advise SMEs to switch to invoicing in renminbi.
Standard Chartered Bank has arranged a 10-year fixed renminbi cross-currency swap based on Hibor for an undisclosed client, highlighting the rapid development of the offshore renminbi market.
CT takes a closer look at the Kunshan pilot programme, a cross-strait, renminbi-lending plan aimed at easing investment and renminbi cash management from Taiwan.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has implemented several measures in an attempt to buoy the sinking rupee. CT fills in the news on the latest moves and provides an overview of the past few months.
North Korean bluster has had little visible effect on the South Korean economy; nevertheless, Seoul unveils a $4.69 billion stimulus
Aria Nagasastra, FD of Indonesia’s coal miner, discusses how to naturally hedge FX and cash forecast on a limited budget.
Japan’s parliament has approved two new nominees to the Bank of Japan, Nomura's Takahide Kiuchi, and Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities' Takehiro Sato. Both are favourable to monetary policy easing.
The last three months have shown a sharp decline in the value of the rupee against the dollar.