The latest quarterly report from Fireapps shows that currency headwinds for those corporations that reported them fell to $6.7 billion in Q1 2017 – mainly thanks to North American firms reporting a $6.47 billion negative currency impact on earnings. This compares to a collective $16.88 billion hit in Q1 2016, the firm says.
Fireapps analyses the earnings calls of 1200 publicly traded North American and European companies and says the companies included in the dataset are large multinational firms with at least 15% international revenues in at least two currencies.
Profit & Loss’ annual New York conference is set for this Thursday, May 24 at the Crowne Plaza, Times Square and features a host of sessions looking at the world of crypto as well as more traditional FX issues such as the role of currency managers and the future of electronic trading.
The programme kicks off with CFTC COO and chairman Chris Giancarlo’s chief of staff Mike Gill, discussing “Keeping Pace with Cryptos” and then continues with a P&L BURST session in which Brian Liston, co-founder of Seed discusses a new approach to trading cryptos.