North American and European multinationals sustained a collective $15.44 billion in negative impacts in Q2 2018, with North American companies seeing a significant increase in the amount of quantified losses.
North American and European multinationals sustained a collective $22.93 billion in negative impacts in Q1 2018, with European companies accounting for 99 percent of that impact.
After the second quarter, in which volatility was relatively muted, there was resurgence in volatility in the third quarter. A significantly larger number of North American corporates reported impacts from the euro and the yen. Among European companies, more companies mentioned the Russian ruble as impactful.
This blog post presents highlights from the just-released FiREapps 2014 Q2 Corporate Earnings Currency Impact Report (CIR), which reveals the results of our analysis of the earnings calls of 1200 publicly traded North American and European companies. The second quarter of 2014 was a period of relatively low volatility. As a result, aggregate negative currency […]
The 5 Currency Culprits – those currencies reported as most impactful – featured some usual suspects, including the Brazilian real and Japanese yen. There were also a number of surprises.