Currency Fluctuation

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Brexit: Property investment commentary

Does the fall in sterling present enhanced property investment opportunities for overseas investors? In short the answer is likely to be yes for those investors dealing in currencies that have strengthened against the...more

EU Retail News - July 2016

BREXIT – THE NEXT STEPS - Despite the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, companies doing business in the UK can still continue to trade with the European Union in exactly the same way as they have done in the past –...more

Brexit – what can private equity funds do to hedge against sterling risk?

We have seen a dramatic increase in interest in hedging FX risk related to investments by private equity funds. The precipitous decline in the value of sterling has caused complications for funds which are in the process...more

Brexit: The Impact on the EC/VC Community

The process of Brexit and the implications for our clients’ businesses will unfold over time. Our MoFo Brexit Task Force is coordinating Brexit-related legal analysis across all our offices and working with our clients on...more

Is Brexit “materially adverse” to you? Perhaps, if it triggers an ‘event of default’ under your agreement(s).

While the impact of the EU referendum decision on outstanding financing transactions is still to be determined, both lenders and borrowers may be wondering if the ramifications of Brexit have or could be considered to...more

Initial Thoughts on Brexit for US Reporting Companies

Britain’s vote to exit the European Union (Brexit), is an alarm here, there and everywhere, of solidifying popular and national anxiety, of a conviction that free trade and globalization are not tides that lift all boats,...more

Brexit: Stay Calm, but Be Prepared for Changes

We all woke up on June 24th to the surprising news that the UK voted to leave the European Union following a contentious referendum. The vote was very close, with 52% voting to leave and 48% voting to remain. Markets are...more

UK real estate opportunities – Brexit fallout

The decision of the United Kingdom to exit the European Union was taken in the early hours of June 24, 2016. As no Member State of the European Union has previously withdrawn from EU membership, the so-called "Brexit" is...more

UK Votes to Leave the European Union: What Does This Mean for U.S. Companies With European Subsidiaries?

The people of the United Kingdom have spoken on the issue of whether the United Kingdom should leave or remain in the European Union (EU), and by a narrow margin have decided to leave. In fact, by region, the voters of...more

The UK has voted to leave the EU: What now?

The British public have voted that the UK should leave the EU. The EU Referendum vote (the Leave Vote) does not by itself result in an automatic UK exit from the EU. The EU Treaty provides for a framework for a...more

U.S. Manufacturing Continues as World Leader

The latest Research Briefing from Oxford Economics claims that the U.S. manufacturing sector is “the most competitive worldwide.” Pretty strong statement there. Reading the news, one would find it hard to believe, so let’s...more

Your daily dose of financial news The Brief – 4.4.16

It appears that Alaska Airlines has won in the pursuit of Virgin America’s operations, beating out rival JetBlue for the former Richard Branson venture. Alaska announced this morning that “had agreed to acquire Virgin America...more

Will China's Currency Devaluation Complicate the Trans-Pacific Partnership?

As trade ministers from 12 Pacific Rim countries continue to negotiate the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal, China’s recent currency devaluation has sparked a debate over the inclusion of currency manipulation controls in...more

European Auto Sales Remain Strong, While Chinese Auto Sales Continue to Sink

As we posted earlier this year, car sales in the European auto industry have been on the upswing for nearly two years. This continued in July as sales rose in Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. Spain posted the biggest gain,...more

Quirky Question #254, Foreign currency fluctuations and expat employees

Question: I am an HR manager working for a US company that sends employees on long term assignment abroad. One of our senior assignees recently rang me to say how worried he is about Greek politics and the potential...more

In the Midst of Volatile Oil Prices, U.S. Crude Oil Production Still Expected to Rise in 2015

The rapid decline in crude oil prices has exerted global pressure on the energy industry and nations heavily dependent upon oil. Russia is a glaring example, with the precarious state of its currency largely tied to the...more

The International Comparative Legal Guide to Lending & Secured Finance 2014: Chapter 7: Yankee Loans – Structural Considerations...

The depth and liquidity of the investor base in the US institutional term loan market provides an attractive alternative for European borrowers in the leveraged finance market and has been a key source of financing liquidity,...more

Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act of 2013 Introduced In The Senate

With mounting evidence that undervalued foreign currencies drive the U.S. trade deficit, a bipartisan group of U.S. senators has introduced the Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act of 2013. Reviving a 2011 bill that...more

Integrating Foreign Currency Hedges With Respect To Stock Purchase And Sale Agreements

Investment funds that invest globally must deal with volatility in the currency in which they agree to invest. Investment funds entering into obligations to purchase stock in a currency other than the primary currency of the...more

International Interest Grows in Florida Real Estate Development: Currencies, Culture Work Together to Grow Foreign Interest in...

Currency devaluations in other nations are a big factor, but not the only factor, in growing international interest in South Florida real estate development. Consider these recent monetary events...more

Aquila: M&A Looking Up in 2013; "The Negatives Are Built In"  [Video]

15 Feb. (Bloomberg Law) -- Frank Aquila, partner at Sullivan & Cromwell, talks with Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia about the prospects for mergers and acquisitions activity in 2013. Aquila notes that while 2012 was something of...more

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