In the financial market, a contractual reservation according to which any fluctuations (oscillations: fluctuations above and below a mean value) in the exchange rate may not be to the detriment of one of the contracting parties. In other words, one of the parties must bear the full costs of hedging against exchange risk. – See back-to-back loan, exchange rate hedging.
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