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currency of the major financial and industrial countries held in those countries for the purpose of lending and borrowing

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Finally, a note on nomenclature: Eurodollars, defined as dollar-denominated bank deposit liabilities outside the United States, are a type of Eurocurrency, which is the umbrella term for deposits of currencies transferred to banks outside of their respective home countries.
The difference between the offshore Eurocurrency deposit rate and domestic onshore deposit rate for the same currency is frequently positive.
Interest rate linkages in the eurocurrency market: Contemporaneous and out-of- sample Granger causality tests.
Credit demand was lower, increased competition in the domestic market, development of Eurocurrency deposits, banks were eager to develop a relationship with some of the leading developing countries.
A multivariate cointegration analysis of interest rates in the Eurocurrency market, Journal of International Money and Finance, 16, 767-778.
At the end of 1990, the Board of Governors removed reserve requirements from "nonpersonal time deposits, " which include ineligible acceptances and large CDs, and from Eurocurrency liabilities.
5 g Taipan - Eurocurrency 42614-5 Big-framed and immature, he's related to Fifty Dollars More and Floating Pound.
Without him, remember, there will be nothing except the opinion polls to stop Tony Blair inflicting on us a eurocurrency referendum (as well as a euro-constitution referendum).
Euro-denominated financial instruments such as Eurocurrency deposits and Eurobond funds are gaining popularity among Japanese investors.
The 1990 reserve requirement reduction eliminated reserve requirements on large, nonpersonal time deposits and net eurocurrency liabilities.
The reserve requirements on Eurocurrency liabilities have been zero since 12/27/90 (see Federal Reserve Bulletin, May 1998, p.
This is not surprising since it is the center of world's Eurocurrency markets and the majority of banks are foreign owned.
The Kb's portfolio holdings are heavily concentrated in long-term investments in international blue-chips, top-quality bonds such as US Treasuries or UK gilts, eurocurrency deposits and in real estate in Europe and the US.
The positive response of donors to Government policies, the launching of the Eurocurrency and the weakening of the American economy have all supported this assumption.