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Making a case for hedging currency exposure

It seems even wise to over-hedge these days, given central banks' preference for QE.

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Whether global investors ought to hedge their currency exposure is a relevant question today, given the sharp currency movements in the last two years.

FOR global investors, one of the most important investment decisions is always whether to hedge currency exposure. This seems particularly relevant today, given the sharp currency movements over the past two years.

For example, in 2013, the MSCI Japan index produced a sparkling 55 per