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Euro-note

Short- to medium-term debt instrument sold in the Eurocurrency market.

Euro-Note

A debt security with a maturity of less than a few years traded in the Eurocurrency market. This means that the Euro note is denominated in a currency other than the one of the country in which it is traded.
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For example, in June 1996 the City of New York issued approximately $165 million of Euronotes in London which were U.
Payments of interest and principal on the euronotes will be made in US dollars based on the prevailing CLP/USD foreign exchange rate.
The continued rise of attractive financing alternatives in the Eurobond and Euronote markets, prompted by the removal of withholding taxes on interest payments to foreigners in mid-1984 and the sharp decline in medium- and long-term borrowing rates, was an additional factor reducing the role of syndicated bank loans as a major source of credit in international markets.
corporations' drawings in the Euronote market through Euronote facilities (ENF's), which are shot- and medium-term note issuance arrangements operated primarily by banks.
NEW YORK, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Santander Investment and Salomon Brothers today announced that the distribution of the US$150 million Euronote for Brazil's Companhia Paranaense de Energia (COPEL) has been oversubscribed.
LONDON, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Santander Investment and Salomon Brothers announced today a US $150 million Euronote offering for Companhia Paranaense de Energia (COPEL) of Brazil.
DCR) has rated Lehman Brothers Holdings PLC's 200 million floating-rate British pound Euronote offering `A' (Single-A).
s (Merrill Lynch) 300 million deutsche mark floating-rate Euronote offering `AA` (Double-A).
67) According to scholars, the main differences between Northern Indiana and Aiken Industries were that: (1) in Aiken Industries, all parties to the transaction were related, whereas the subsidiary's debt in Northern Indiana was owed to unrelated persons and (2) the subsidiary in Northern Indiana realized significant earnings from the transactions because the interest rate on the Euronotes was one percentage point less than the interest paid by the taxpayer to the subsidiary, whereas the transactions in Aiken Industries were a wash.
The Baa1 rating on GIB's $400 million Subordinated Floating Rate Euronotes, due 2015
The Baa1 rating on GIB's US$400 million Floating Rate Euronotes, due 2015
Euro medium-term notes (MTNs) are Euronotes, usually with at least a one-year maturity, issued directly to the market and offered continuously rather than all at once, like a bond issue.