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The recent financial crisis was unkind to treasurers of many multinationals, in part because exposures they presumed to be uncorrelated–hence diversified and less risky–suddenly became highly correlated. Most foreign exchange rates, for example, were assumed to be largely uncorrelated, but in the crisis the U.S. dollar rallied almost uniformly against all world currencies.

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