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AtlasFX Quarter in Review

Entering the second half of 2021, we are all anxious to put Covid-19 behind us and get back to as close to normal as possible, as soon as possible. The recent developments with the Delta variant may be slowing that down to some degree, but most economies around the globe are showing substantial growth, and substantial inflationary pressures.  Central banks around the world are trying to convince everyone that the inflationary pressures are transitory, since they don’t have a realistic ability to raise rates significantly to fight inflation, due to the high levels of public debt. How that plays out on a relative basis over the next several months and quarters could have a significant impact on foreign exchange levels, which have been largely range-bound amongst the major currencies so far in 2021.  

FX Risk managers, many of whom are currently understaffed, need to focus on adapting to the changing business environment, improving their FX exposure forecasting, and making sure their hedging strategies are appropriate for what lies ahead.  Atlas Risk Advisory is ready to help with these challenges.

Quarter 2 Highlights


Coffee Break Videos

Have a short break? Relax and enjoy our five-part video series on FX strategies. Scott Bilter, CFO, will discuss key points on balance sheet results, cash flow results, ERP data aggregation, transaction cost analytics, and balance sheet forecasting.  View Now


Are your FX Derivatives Executed on a Level Playing Field?

The foreign exchange (FX) market has the highest daily trading of all financial assets; annualized FX trading equates to an astounding 13 times global GDP. Multinational corporations are, necessarily, major participants in the FX market. In order to hedge their currency risk, these companies trade large volumes of FX-based derivatives. However, the playing field for these trades is often tilted in favor of their banking partners. Read Now


Carry Trade - Q2 Review and Q3 Outlook

FX Carry Trade Q3 Outlook is now available. The Chinese Yuan (CNY) offers the highest risk adjusted return: 0.6% 3M rate difference / 2.5% 3M implied volatility = 0.25. Read the rest of the Q3 Outlook and the Q2 Review for further details. Read Now


AtlasFX understands all organizations have unique needs. Request a demo or just ask a question. I will be happy to address them all.


Keith Henthorn

Cell +1.201.414.6991

Atlas Risk Advisory Inc. 

Leaders in FX Risk Management


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