Eurosterling


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Eurosterling

(ˈjʊərəʊˌstɜːlɪŋ)
n
(Banking & Finance) sterling as part of a European holding. See eurocurrency
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36) Other types of Eurocurrencies include Euroyen, Eurosterling or Europound, and formerly Euromarks.
The impact of the increase in the top rate of tax to 50% from next April will mean that, for 2010-11, even if the eurosterling exchange rate remains around 1.
Panel C shows that the 3-month Eurosterling risk premium is slightly greater than 7 bps (16).
Last month Tesco Ireland introduced a eurosterling price parity on all its clothes as part of a EUR 20million price restructuring.
On a brighter note there was good news for Welsh farmers this week with the establishment of the eurosterling exchange rate for the 2008 Single Payments.
It should be able to make further progress in Europe as it has balance sheet capacity, competition for acquisitions should fall back, and recent eurosterling exchange rate trends also provide a mild tailwind.
f) ZEBRAs--Zero-Coupon Eurosterling Bearer or Registered Accruing Certificates