Eurosterling


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Eurosterling

A British pound deposit in a bank outside the jurisdiction of the Bank of England; that is, outside the United Kingdom. The eurosterling is also called the europound.

The term has nothing to do with the euro, and the prefix "euro-" is used generally to refer to deposits outside the jurisdiction of the local central bank, such as in "euroruble."
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195) Additionally, residents were not allowed to lend sterling deposits on the Eurosterling market without permission of the Bank of England, which was rarely granted.
Eurosterling, sterling CD, and JY TIBOR rates are quoted according to an actual/365 day-count basis whereas the convention is to quote all other Eurocurrency and domestic money market rates according to an actual/360 day-count basis.
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In June 1992, banking assets in Eurolira totalled L 130 trillion, not far from such holdings in French Eurofranc (L 162 trillion) and Eurosterling (L 182 trillion).
The Eurosterling rate pertains to loans made outside the United Kingdom and the LIBOR applies to loans made inside the United Kingdom.
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Salomon Smith Barney today announced enhancements to its World Government Bond Index(SM) (WGBI) and its Eurodollar, Eurosterling, and Euroyen Bond Indexes.