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Derivatives

Companies turn to CFDs to save on FX hedge costs

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Some European companies have begun using contracts for difference — normally more associated with retail spread betting — to hedge their industrial FX exposure, as a cheaper alternative to more conventional derivatives provided by banks, writes Dan Alderson.

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