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  • n. Plural form of Eurobond.

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Examples

  • About 120 Illinois and California residents thought they were investing more than $20 million in Turkish Eurobonds when, in fact, a Lisle man and others were spending the money on luxury automobiles, homes, vacations and online pornography, the Illinois Department of

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  • Many executives in Germany and elsewhere are uncomfortable with the idea of Eurobonds which would entail the most creditworthy countries guaranteeing the debts of the weakest.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • Rehn, meanwhile, sought to dampen expectations that so-called Eurobonds - debt backed by the entire eurozone - could be a quick and easy solution to the currency union's crisis.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The summit poured cold water on the idea of Eurobonds, in which all members would share some or all of the troubled economies' burden of debt.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • She reiterated her objection to so-called Eurobonds, telling Parliament that jointly backed government debt across the eurozone is no solution.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • But the idea of so-called "Eurobonds" or joint euro zone bonds has been fiercely opposed by Berlin, which is fearful such a step would push up German borrowing costs and reduce incentives for weaker euro zone members like Greece to reform their economies.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • German media reports have said a working group within Merkel's CDU party has been studying the idea of Eurobonds in greater detail, suggesting some may be open to it.

    Reuters: Top News

  • But the idea of so-called "Eurobonds" has been fiercely opposed by Berlin, which is fearful such a step would push up German borrowing costs and reduce incentives for weaker euro zone members like Greece to reform their economies.

    Reuters: Top News

  • German newspaper Die Welt reported at the weekend, citing unnamed sources, that the government was coming around to the idea of Eurobonds, but top ministers in Chancellor Angela Merkel's government say the time is not right to consider such a step, which could increase Germany's borrowing costs.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • In an interview with Reuters, BGA President Anton Boerner said that without so-called Eurobonds, there was a risk of a worldwide depression resulting from Europe's debt crisis.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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