Eurodollar demand deposit

Eurodollar demand deposit accounts are not often used or available, as the balances of such accounts would be volatile and the transaction costs incurred in such a service would reduce the overall efficiency and competitiveness of the eurodollar market. It is the latter factor that stimulates interest-rate-conscious corporate treasures and investment agencies to make eurodollar time deposits with banks in offshore centres.

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