Forward contracts are widely used in international trade to mitigate risks associated with currency fluctuations. One of the most common examples is a company that exports goods to another country and will receive payment in the foreign currency. In this case, the company is exposed to the risk that the value of the foreign currency will decrease before it can be exchanged for the domestic currency.
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