Euro

Business / Finance / Euro: The European derivatives exchange formed in 1998 by a merger of the Deutsche Terminbörse (DTB) and the Swiss Options and Financial Futures Exchange (SOFFEX).

Europium (Eu)

Science / Periodic Table of Elements / Europium (Eu): Atomic number: 63, Atomic mass: 167.26 g.mol -1, Electronegativity: 1.2, Density: 9.2 g.cm-3 at 20°C, Melting point: 1522 °C, Boiling point: 2510 °C, Vanderwaals radius: unknown, Ionic radius: unkn MORE

European Currency Unit (ECU)

Business / Finance / European Currency Unit (ECU): Bank created to monitor the monetary policy of the 11 countries that have converted to the Euro from their local currencies. The 11 countries are: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, MORE

European Monetary System (EMS)

Business / Finance / European Monetary System (EMS): An index of foreign exchange consisting of European currencies, originally devised in 1979. See also: Euro. MORE

European Central Bank (ECB)

Business / Finance / European Central Bank (ECB): European equivalent of NASDAQS. MORE

European-Style Exercise

Business / Finance / European-Style Exercise: An economic association of European countries founded by the Treaty of Rome in 1957 as a common market for six nations. It was known as the European Community until January 1, 1994 and currently compr MORE

Eurocurrency Deposit

Business / Finance / Eurocurrency Deposit: Instrument issued outside your country, but denominated in your currency. A Eurodollar is a Certificate of Deposit in U.S. dollars in some other country (though mainly traded in London). A Euroyen is MORE

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