Difference between revisions of "Euromarket"

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A market where a currency is traded outside that currency's home country.
 
A market where a currency is traded outside that currency's home country.
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For example, US dollars traded in London.
  
  
 
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Historically, and potentially confusingly, the term 'euromarket' was also used as a general term for the international capital market.
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Potentially confusingly, the term 'euromarket' is also sometimes used, much more broadly, as a general term for the international capital market.
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This wider definition includes both the narrower strict definition of euromarkets above, and, for example, foreign bonds.
  
  
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* [[Eurocommercial paper]]
 
* [[Eurocommercial paper]]
 
* [[Eurocurrency markets]]
 
* [[Eurocurrency markets]]
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* [[Foreign bond]]
 
* [[International capital market]]
 
* [[International capital market]]
 
* [[Tax sparing]]
 
* [[Tax sparing]]

Latest revision as of 12:19, 11 May 2016

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A market where a currency is traded outside that currency's home country.

For example, US dollars traded in London.


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Potentially confusingly, the term 'euromarket' is also sometimes used, much more broadly, as a general term for the international capital market.

This wider definition includes both the narrower strict definition of euromarkets above, and, for example, foreign bonds.



See also