Investors Go Downside Against Yen

Fx players are scooping up U.S. dollar and euro downside puts against the yen, with interest also being shown for double no touch options on the currency.

  • 26 Nov 2008

--Irene Chapple

Fx players are scooping up U.S. dollar and euro downside puts against the yen, with interest also being shown for double no touch options on the currency.

An fx sales staffer in London said investors are setting up the positions with mid-term maturities. The staffer said there ...

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