An Operating Economic Exposure - Australian Case Study: Foster’s Group Limited Beer
This paper uses a large Australian multinational corporation as a case study examining foreign exchange operating exposure. We firstly review the importance of operating exposure for a business and then examine in detail the company’s exposure and policies to manage the exposure. A sensitivity analysis is also conducted to examine how movements in the value of exchange rates affect the company. We conclude with some suggestions as to how the company could further protect itself from adverse movements.
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- Jonathan Batten & Robert Mellor & Victor Wan, 1993.
"Foreign Exchange Risk Management Practices and Products Used by Australian Firms,"
Journal of International Business Studies,
Palgrave Macmillan, vol. 24(3), pages 557-573, September.
- Batten, J. & Mellor, R. & Wan, V., 1992. "Foreign Exchange Risk Management Practices and Products used by Australian Firms," Papers e9209, Western Sydney - School of Business And Technology.
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