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Corporate Earnings continue to be negatively impacted due to FX volatility and the impact is hitting the bottom line through diminished shareholder value. Cash flow forecasting, as a component of FX and liquidity risk management processes, can be the key in the preservation of corporate earnings and the realization of greater economic value generated offshore. Put another way, not having cash flow forecasting embedded as part of a broader set of FX and liquidity risk management initiatives is in effect jeopardizing the value of future sales revenues in non-functional currencies, not locking in the cost of goods sold and hence may impact restated earnings.

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