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dollar-denominated

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  • The 1982 devaluations caught CTM totally unprepared with most of its assets financed with short-term dollar-denominated debt Exhibit 8.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • ID:nN1E7770LR The spread, or difference in yield that investors demand to hold Latin American dollar-denominated debt compared with U.S. Treasuries, rose 20 basis points to 3.78 percentage points 11EMK.

  • The Netherlands is prepared to issue its first dollar-denominated bond whenever a window of opportunity presents itself, said an official the Dutch State Treasury Agency.

    World Watch

  • Investors holding foreign currencies were lured back to precious metals by the weaker dollar, which makes dollar-denominated futures appear cheaper relative to other currencies.

    Dollar's U-Turn A Boon for Gold, Silver

  • Oil often tracks stock indexes and moves inversely to the greenback as the dollar-denominated commodity becomes a more expensive investment for holders of other currencies.

    Crude Tumbles to 1-Year Low

  • NEW YORK—Gold prices ended lower as the dollar-denominated metal struggled to shake off Japan's intervention in the global currency market.

    Yen Intervention Weighs on Gold

  • Oil falls as the dollar rises, because the dollar-denominated commodity becomes more expensive for holders of other currencies.

    Crude Drifts Lower as Volume Is Cut in Half

  • The government plans next year to issue dollar-denominated conventional bonds and global sukuk to help finance its budget deficit.

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  • European banks also depend heavily on so-called wholesale funding—borrowing in a short-term IOU market—to fund dollar-denominated loans and securities positions.

    Global Markets Skittish About Europe's Banks

  • Investors who hold other currencies, like the euro, tend to find gold a more appealing investment when the greenback eases as dollar-denominated gold seems less expensive.

    Gold Gains on Hopes of EU Debt Progress

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