Hedging portfolio with commodity currencies

    One way for commodity investors to hedge their risk is to take an opposite position in a currency that is often correlated with a basket of commodities. Such currencies include the Canadian dollar and Russian Rouble. CME Group Senior Economist, Erik Norland, examines the growing correlation between the currencies of commodity exporting nations and their respective commodities.

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