TOKYO -- Furniture retailer Nitori Holdings excels at snapping up dollar-denominated forward contracts to lock in advantageous rates for importing the goods it sources abroad, letting the Japanese company hedge against foreign exchange fluctuations.
"When I hear '100 orders from an importer,' I know Nitori's made a move," said a foreign exchange manager at a Japanese megabank. One order is worth $1 million.
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