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Eu·ro·dol·lar

 (yo͝or′ō-dŏl′ər)
n.
A US dollar on deposit with a bank abroad, especially in Europe.
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eurodollar

(ˈjʊərəʊˌdɒlə)
n
(Currencies) (sometimes capital) a US dollar as part of a European holding. See eurocurrency
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Eu•ro•dol•lar

(ˈyʊər əˌdɒl ər, ˈyɜr-)

n.
a U.S. dollar deposited in or credited to a European bank.
[1955–60]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Eurodollar - a United States dollar deposited in a European bank and used as an international currency to finance trade
Eurocurrency - currency of the major financial and industrial countries held in those countries for the purpose of lending and borrowing
United States dollar - the basic unit of money in the United States
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Translations

Eurodollar

[ˈjʊərəʊˌdɒləʳ] Neurodólar m
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Eurodollar

[ˈjʊərəəʊdɒlər] neurodollar m
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Eurodollar

nEurodollar m
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Eurodollar

[ˈjʊərəʊˌdɒləʳ] neurodollaro
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References in periodicals archive ?
The company said that the new notes permit drawings of up to USD225m and will bear varying interest rates based on the type of borrowing, such as 2.15% plus the Eurodollar funding rate or the commercial paper rate for advances.
We have a large portion of our net interest spread exposure to higher short-term interest rates hedged through interest rate swaps and Eurodollar futures.
The Term Loans may be comprised of eurodollar borrowings or alternate base rate borrowings, and will bear interest at a rate per annum equal to the adjusted LIBO rate or the alternate base rate, as applicable, plus the applicable margin, where the applicable margin is (i) with respect to any alternate base rate loan, 1.50% per annum and (ii) with respect to any eurodollar loan, 2.50% per annum.
Magellan has the option to borrow in base rate loans or Eurodollar rate loans at its discretion.
(1) Specifically, we use Eurodollar options prices to estimate the probability distribution of possible outcomes for future interest rates (see Appendix for details on how the distribution is constructed).
The CME trading floors are closed, though Eurodollar, one-month Eurodollar and Euribor futures will have a final settlement time of 5 a.m.
The two largest positive contributions were made by the yield on the Merrill Lynch Asset-Backed Master BBB-rated security (Mlynch_BBBAA) and by the yield spread between the three-month Treasury bill and the three-month Eurodollar rate (TED).
This results in a nightmare scenario for the European Central Bank (ECB) because they are witnessing the Eurodollar bounce higher despite sentiment towards the European economy remaining bleak.
The term loan bears interest, at AMAG's option, at either the Eurodollar rate plus a margin of 3.75% or the prime rate plus a margin of 2.75%.
Eurodollar futures, the world's most actively traded short-term interest-rate contract, are underestimating the pace of tightening over the next two years, according to 55 per cent of 56 economists in the June 12-16 survey.
(3) At the center of these foreign bank bailouts was a financial instrument called the Eurodollar.