When it comes to the relationship between Europe and Britain – uniformity isn’t a word that currently springs to mind. And that’s not just a reference to Brexit. Whilst the Europe and Britain do find themselves in the midst of a political break-up – their monetary policies are also showing signs of divergence.
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With the Federal Reserve further hiking US rates this month and the ECB continuing its love for quantitative easing, what effects are these contradictory monetary policies likely to have on organisations reliant on the near-term dollar/euro spreads?
As president Trump gets a taste for bilateral trade with the UK, how can corporates gain from recent spikes in sterling against the dollar while minimising inevitable falls as Brexit negotiations bite?
More than a year on from the Swiss National Bank’s (SNB) surprise decision to uncap the Swiss franc against the euro, what steps have corporate treasury departments taken since the crisis to manage future volatility shocks?