Foreign Acceptances


Foreign Acceptances
   Foreign acceptances are short-term non-interest-bearing notes denominated in US dollars and backed by the credit of foreign banks or agencies domiciled in the USA. They usually trade at a yield premium over normal bankers' acceptances.
   ► See also BA (Bankers' Acceptances).

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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