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  • n. speculative hedging for an excessive amount


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  • The government was trying to prevent companies from over-hedging, which can be as dangerous as not hedging at all.

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  • Second question, you had a big chunk of over-hedging in '09. Home Page

  • Ben Wallace loves to think he can guard guards and bigs at the same time, over-hedging even though he's not as quick as he used to be, and Portland should have taken advantage.

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  • 'There were companies that went over-hedging and banks that failed to remind options buyers of the embedded risk,' Hyeon said.



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