Foreign exchange risk indices
All major foreign exchange risk indices at a glance
"Every foreign investment is exposed to potential currency rate fluctuations and volatility. Opening an investment position in a foreign market means actually making two investment decisions: betting on both the performance of the foreign investment itself and the respective currency.
Currency effects could also contribute increasing the diversification of an investment portfolio."
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Foreign exchange risk indices as of 09/14/2018 *)
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|US Dollar||19%||low risk|
The Global US Dollar Risk Index (GUSDRI) remains at a low-risk level. The GUSDRI remains at 19%. Last week the GUSDRI reached a low-risk level of 19%.
Our Global US Dollar Risk Index (GUSDRI) seeks to indicate the potential risk of a basket of major US Dollar cross rates on an aggregated basis in percentage points.
A low percentage reading indicates a positive and rather low-risk environment for USD cross rates.
Generally, a risk index level equal to or above 60% should indicate a relatively high-risk situation.
The GUSDRI is tracking a basket of 14 major US dollar cross rates.