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What does EB stand for?

EB stands for Eurobond

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In accordance with the Fiscal Compact, member countries would be allowed to issue new Eurobonds only to replace maturing ones; after five years, the debts outstanding would be gradually reduced to 60% of GDP.
Summary: The volatile situation in Syria and the sudden war on Gaza made Lebanon's last Eurobond issue less appealing to Arab and foreign investors despite the Finance Ministry's success in securing $1.
I believe we will have eurobonds is some form or other, because our (European) union is getting closer," Monti told To Vima, warning however they were not a "licence to spend" or an alternative to cutting debt.
She said for the time being, eurobonds would be 'exactly the wrong road to take' because they would lead to a 'debt union instead of more stability'.
PARIS, August 16, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Frances President Nicolas Sarkozy will not bring up the idea of issuing joint Eurobonds to fund Eurozone government debt at Tuesdays summit with Germanys Angela Merkel, his office said.
The IMF expects the Government to issue a new Eurobond in the autumn and use the precautionary credit line as the last option for financing the budget deficit, only after all other market sources become exhausted.