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  • n. Plural form of eurodollar.


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  • So, while most dollars are held in the US, 'eurodollars' can be kept on deposit across the world; the same goes for any major global currency.

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  • The world financial system was in danger of serious collapse as a result of unscrupulous borrowing by banks flooded with eurodollars.


  • Which would in turn become $3,200,000 in untraceable U.S. dollars and eurodollars.


  • But given the huge amount of eurodollars and their relative free flow, it is a bit misleading to say that 'capital controls' are now in place.


  • The June 2011 eurodollars closed up .055 at 98.445. Home Page

  • Greece needs more than eleven billion eurodollars to cover debt between now and the end of May and last week, ratings agency Fitch cut both the nation's and its banks 'credit ratings with a negative outlook.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • Still others worry about potential black swan events, quantitative easing in other countries, and the ever-present possibility that OPEC could switch from petrodollars to eurodollars.

    Given Overwhelming Bearish Sentiment, US Dollar May Be Poised For A Rebound | Markets |

  • Well we did devalue the pound and then there is the massive growth in eurodollars to come through.

    The Guardian World News

  • It's ironic that eurodollar futures markets dominate trading, not those for Treasury bills or federal funds on which eurodollars are essentially based.

  • In the case of short-term credit instruments used in futures trading, eurodollars are where the action is.


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