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Eurobond

[ yoor-uh-bond ]
/ ˈyʊər əˌbɒnd /
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noun
a bond issued by a non-European corporation and offered for sale in the European market, to be repaid in the currency of issue, especially a U.S. corporate bond denominated and yielding interest in U.S. dollars.
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Origin of Eurobond

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How to use Eurobond in a sentence

  • The cleanest way to stop the carnage is to unify the Eurobond market—make all bonds the liabilities of all the member countries.

    We’re Doomed!|Charles R. Morris|August 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST

British Dictionary definitions for Eurobond

eurobond
/ (ˈjʊərəʊˌbɒnd) /

noun
(sometimes capital) a bond issued in a eurocurrency
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