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  1. Why Are U.S. Companies Borrowing in Euros?

    U.S. companies with operations that need funding in Europe are likely to take advantage ...
  2. Will the Euro Continue to Rally? (EUO)

    The euro is rallying. Should investors chase this performance or is the real opportunity ...
  3. Impact of a Weaker Euro on Oracle's Financials ...

    Understand what is happening to Oracle's financials and how the weaker euro is affecting ...
  4. How Does The Eurobond Work?

    No, the Eurobond is NOT from Europe, and is different from EurobondS! Here’s how ...
  5. Will Greece Return to the Drachma?

    More drama from Greece, as rumors swirl about a return to the drachma.
  6. A Ban On SWIFT Could Hit Russia Where It Hurts ...

    A SWIFT ban on Russia could have a crippling effect on its debt-servicing ability ...
  1. Will the Euro Continue to Rally? (EUO)

    The euro is rallying. Should investors chase this performance or is the real opportunity ...
  2. Impact of a Weaker Euro on Oracle's Financials ...

    Understand what is happening to Oracle's financials and how the weaker euro is affecting ...
  3. How Does The Eurobond Work?

    No, the Eurobond is NOT from Europe, and is different from EurobondS! Here’s how ...
  4. A Ban On SWIFT Could Hit Russia Where It Hurts ...

    A SWIFT ban on Russia could have a crippling effect on its debt-servicing ability ...
  5. 4 Currency ETFs On The Move

    The Bank of the Japan rocked the yen last week, but it isn't the only currency ETF ...
  6. Why Europe's Equities Are Worth Cheering For

    The European Central Bank’s plan to cut rates and stimulate growth should light a ...
  1. What is the difference between LIBOR, LIBID and LIMEAN?

    LIBOR, LIBID and LIMEAN are all reference rates used to benchmark short-term interest rates. The London Interbank Offered ...
  2. Are eurodollars related to the currency called the euro?

    Eurodollars have little to do with the official currency of the European Union, the euro (EUR). In 1999, the euro was implemented ...
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