Title: Lufthansa Hedge Funds
|Date:||March 30, 2014|
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This approach left ? of his exposure ‘covered.’ Because Ruhnau left the other ? of his exposure uncovered – it was subject to fluctuation in the dm/$ exchange rate which ‘could’ either leave him saving money if the exchange rate of the DM increased relative to the dollar, or could cost Lufthansa if the $ strengthened against the DM...
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This meant that the total price for the coverage provided by the option was DM 1,696m however, this was perceived to be a high price to pay given he was speculating on the dollar moving down. Downward movement of the dollar, if an option was used for the full amount, would mean that Ruhnau would let the option expire without providing value and cost him DM96m which would be added to the total cost of the purchase...
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