euro-commercial paper


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euro-commercial paper

(ˌjuːrəʊkəˈmɜːʃəl)
n
(Banking & Finance) commercial paper issued in a eurocurrency
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Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned National Westminster Bank PLC's (NatWest, BBB+/Rating Watch Positive/F2) EUR20 billion euro-commercial paper programme an 'F2' short-term senior unsecured rating.
Moody's Investors Service has today assigned a Prime-1 short-term foreign and local currency ratings to the $5 billion Euro-commercial paper (ECP) programme of National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD; Aa3 long term bank deposits rating with a stable outlook; baseline credit assessment a3; Prime-1 short term ratings).
DU) is planning to raise an USD3bn euro-commercial paper (ECP) programme, according to a report by the Khaleej Times.
the USD3 billion Euro-commercial paper (ECP) programme of First Gulf Bank
12 December 2011 - S&P today gave its A-1 short-term corporate credit rating to Korea Gas Corp's (Kogas) USD4bn (EUR3bn) euro-commercial paper programme.
Singapore state-investment company Temasek Holdings Pte Limited has said that it has established a USD5bn euro-commercial paper programme, reports Dow Jones.
EPIM will provide a central messaging hub linking all parties involved in the issuance of euro-commercial paper, including dealers, issuing and paying agents, and international and national central securities depositories as appropriate.
London: Fitch Ratings has assigned National Westminster Bank PLC's (NatWest, BBB+/Rating Watch Positive/F2) EUR20 billion euro-commercial paper programme an 'F2' short-term senior unsecured rating.
FGB received an expected senior unsecured rating of F1 (EXP) from Fitch Ratings and a provisional (P) Prime-1 (P1) short-term local and foreign currency rating from Moody's Investors Services for its new $3 billion Euro-Commercial Paper (ECP) programme.
5bn) euro-commercial paper and certificate of deposit programme of Bank of China Ltd (SHA:601988; HKG:3988).
NYSE:COCA) (NYSE:COCB) today announced it will launch a Euro 500 million, Euro-Commercial Paper (ECP) program in July 2000.