Eurodollar deposits

Eurodollar deposits
Bank deposits denominated in U.S. dollars but held at locations outside of the U.S. Initially, the term only referred to dollar deposits in London; later it became applicable to dollar deposits anywhere in Europe or the Caribbean; now it often refers to dollar deposits at any offshore location. The deposits may be held by the foreign branches of U.S. banks or by non-U.S. banks. Eurodollar deposits may be Eurodollar certificates of deposit or simply Eurodollar time deposits. American Banker Glossary

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