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Bank revenues go up as dollar loses ground Banking and FinanceBusiness Date October 2, 2014 The  fall in the dollar has delivered Australia's big four banks up to $10 billion in cash in just two weeks, as hedging contracts put in place over their massive offshore funding programs come into the money.  Australian banks' offshore borrowings are hedged for the term of those bonds. As the dollar slipped to just below US87¢ on Wednesday, counter-parties to the banks' hedging contracts – mostly the large, global investment banks – have been forced to deposit cash with the Australian banks under collateral agreements. Sensitivity analysis conducted by veteran banking analyst Brian Johnson, from CLSA, shows that every 1¢ fall in the AUD/USD exchange rate generates $1 billion of "collateral cash-backs" for Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Westpac Banking Corp, and $500 million for ANZ Banking Group and National Australia Bank.  This means...
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