The first five months of 2015 have seen a marked increase in activity across Asia's derivatives markets, with massive increases in oil-related hedging, accompanied by an upswing in forex hedging by a number of corporates. That trend is likely to be boosted by the recent taste for loose monetary policy from a number of Asia's central banks.
And that's all without mentioning China. The massive bull market that accompanied Chinese authorities' decision to allow greater investor access to the southb
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