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Where does the euro/dollar rate data prior to 2002 come from?

The Euro was created in 1999 and introduced in 2002. But if you search for the euro/dollar rate data there is a rate value back to Aug 1983. Where does this data come from?
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Why does the dollar seem weak?

2:00 (GMT+8) - The FED raised interest rates at 0.75-percentage-point (75 basis points I believe, not sure with terminology but definitely now at 1.75%). But even so, why does the USD seem weaker? I ...
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Eurodollars - the real reason for the "Greenspan conundrum?"

While the jury seems to still be out on a similar question I posed earlier: Why did Greenspan think rate hikes would increase treasury term premiums?, I have recently begun entertaining an entirely ...
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Relationship between Treasury yield and dollar

I understand it is common sense that treasury yield goes up, the dollar goes up as well due to the fact that domestic/foreign money are attracted to the higher yield therefore they need to buy more US ...
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What, in the most literal sense, are eurodollars?

There are readily available "definitions" including on this site, but I want to know what they are in a concrete sense. Because the definitions make them basically sound like just ...
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What is the definition of Eurodollar?

What are Eurodollars? How are they distinct from plain old dollars? Asking as an interested but non-specialist outsider, though I do know what demand deposits are and am familiar with the conversation ...
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Will there be any significant impact if oil was priced/traded in another currency other than USD?

There is an abundance of conspiracy theories online that the USD is propped up in part by the fact that oil is traded in USD, and that countries which think about allowing trades in a different ...
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Why would a common currency such as the Euro that can't be devalued be incentive for banks to lend money to a country?

I'm reading an article that is claiming that when the Euro was created, banks began lending more money to countries than before because as the Euro is a common currency across many countries one ...
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Which institutions are in the eurodollar market?

My main question is: how much of the eurodollar market is claims issued by depository institutions or Bank Holding Companies? It's about a $4tn market, but who's in it? Who is funding themselves in ...
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How will the Brexit affect the Euro and the Pound?

The question is the title: How will the brexit affect the euro and the pound? It looks like GBP is facing a tough situation. It is at its lowest value since 1985. Has GBP dropped permanently(or for a ...
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Why is inflation rate so low in euro zone?

Inflation rate for Eurozone in December 2015 was 0.2%. In November 2015 it was 0.1%. Meanwhile ECBs target is annual 2% and it seems that ECB does everything it can to push the inflation to the target....
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Is Eurodollar borrowing close substitute for Fed funds borrowing?

It is often stated that eurodollar borrowing is clost substitute for Fed funds borrowing. In other words, when US banks cannot fund themselves domestically, they might go to the eurodollar market and ...
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If Eurodollar never leaves U.S., then what do we mean by bring eurodollar on shore

We already know that Eurodollar never leaves U.S. But then what do the media mean when they say bringing U.S. dollar offshore (eurodollar) onshore? Isn't it always onshore? (Let us omit the real ...
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