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Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. It also said profits and losses arising from hedging transactions in India must be reflected in the books of the domestic subsidiaries of multinational companies, among other guidelines. RBI issues guidelines for forex hedging by foreign companies. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. Mumbai: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country.

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MUMBAI (Reuters) - Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. RBI said on. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. It also said profits and losses arising from hedging transactions in India must be reflected in the books of the domestic subsidiaries of multinational companies, among other guidelines. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. It also said profits and losses.

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MUMBAI (Reuters) - Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. RBI said on. b) Conditions/ Guidelines for undertaking hedging transactions in the international commodity exchanges/ markets. 1. The focus of hedge transactions shall be on risk containment. Only off-set hedge is permitted. 2. All standard exchange traded futures and options (purchases only) are permitted. RBI issues guidelines for forex hedging by foreign companies. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country.

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RBI issues guidelines for forex hedging by foreign companies. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. It also said profits and losses. MUMBAI (Reuters) - Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. RBI said on.

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RBI issues guidelines for forex hedging by foreign companies. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issued draft guidelines on how Indian subsidiaries of multinational companies can hedge their currency exposure risk in the country. b) Conditions/ Guidelines for undertaking hedging transactions in the international commodity exchanges/ markets. 1. The focus of hedge transactions shall be on risk containment. Only off-set hedge is permitted. 2. All standard exchange traded futures and options (purchases only) are permitted. 3. Residents hedging their commodity price risk and freight risk under a specific approval from RBI given under the approval route based on the previous set of guidelines would be permitted to continue hedging under the said approval till June 30, or the last date specifiedin the approval, whichever is .