Could FX risk be holding you back from growing your business in emerging markets? Learn how you can mitigate FX risk and protect your bottom line.

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Avoiding Foreign Exchange Rate Volatility

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This comparison chart illustrating the sell side and the buy side of exchange rate fluctuations is the third in a four-part series about risks when doing business in emerging markets. In other sections, we explain the rising risks in emerging markets, how to be aware and prepare for emerging-market risks, and solutions for managing political risks in emerging markets.

Below, you will learn:

Avoiding Foreign Exchange Rate Volatility

Is FX risk stopping you from expanding your business into emerging markets? Don’t let it.

You want to take advantage of the opportunities the world has to offer your business, but something is holding you back. Exchange rate fluctuation is one of the leading constraints that hold back many Canadian companies from expanding their export sales. The risk is real.

You need currency protection that will lock in an exchange rate on your contract without posting collateral.

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How exchange rate fluctuations take a bite out of profit margins

Whether selling or buying, this infographic shows you the significant impact a foreign exchange fluctuation can have on your bottom line.

Whether selling or buying, this infographic shows you the significant impact a foreign exchange fluctuation can have on your bottom line.

Whether you are buying, selling or investing in an international market, you can manage and mitigate FX risk. Your business does not have to experience losses due to currency fluctuations.

Currency protection is available from your bank, and with EDC’s help, you won’t have to tie up working capital.

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Avoiding Foreign Exchange Rate Volatility was last modified: June 7th, 2017 by Export Development Canada.
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