- Eurocredit market
- Comprises banks that accept deposits and provide loans in large denominations and in a variety of currencies. The banks that constitute this market are the same banks that constitute the Eurocurrency market; the difference is that Eurocredit loans are longer-term than so-called Eurocurrency loans. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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