Forward Contracts Sample Clauses

Forward Contracts. 20.1 Where you wish to enter into a Forward Contract, we may require you to make an initial Margin payment within twenty-four (24) hours of you receiving the Transaction Receipt.
Forward Contracts. Forward contracts are foreign currency exchange contracts. They are used to buy or sell foreign currency for future delivery at a fixed price. The Fund uses them to "lock in" the U.S. dollar price of a security denominated in a foreign currency that the Fund has bought or sold, or to protect against possible losses from changes in the relative values of the U.S. dollar and a foreign currency. The Fund limits its exposure in foreign currency exchange contracts in a particular foreign currency to the amount of its assets denominated in that currency or a closely-correlated currency. The Fund may also use "cross-hedging" where the Fund xxxxxx against changes in currencies other than the currency in which a security it holds is denominated. Under a forward contract, one party agrees to purchase, and another party agrees to sell, a specific currency at a future date. That date may be any fixed number of days from the date of the contract agreed upon by the parties. The transaction price is set at the time the contract is entered into. These contracts are traded in the inter-bank market conducted directly among currency traders (usually large commercial banks) and their customers. The Fund may use forward contracts to protect against uncertainty in the level of future exchange rates. The use of forward contracts does not eliminate the risk of fluctuations in the prices of the underlying securities the Fund owns or intends to acquire, but it does fix a rate of exchange in advance. Although forward contracts may reduce the risk of loss from a decline in the value of the hedged currency, at the same time they limit any potential gain if the value of the hedged currency increases. When the Fund enters into a contract for the purchase or sale of a security denominated in a foreign currency, or when it anticipates receiving dividend payments in a foreign currency, the Fund might desire to "lock-in" the U.S. dollar price of the security or the U.S. dollar equivalent of the dividend payments. To do so, the Fund could enter into a forward contract for the purchase or sale of the amount of foreign currency involved in the underlying transaction, in a fixed amount of U.S. dollars per unit of the foreign currency. This is called a "transaction hedge." The transaction hedge will protect the Fund against a loss from an adverse change in the currency exchange rates during the period between the date on which the security is purchased or sold or on which the payment is declared...
Forward Contracts. If you are approved to enter into Forward Contracts, you may request to enter into a Forward Contract by providing instructions to us through the Airwallex Platform. If we agree to your request we will provide you with a Confirmation setting out the details of the Forward Contract. You agree that it is your responsibility to check the Confirmation to ensure that it corresponds with your instructions. You agree to enter into Forward Contracts only for the purpose of facilitating payment for identifiable goods or services. If we reasonably believe that you intend to enter into the Forward Contract for other purposes, we:
Forward Contracts. A forward contract locks-in the price at which an index or asset may be purchased or sold on a future date. In currency forward contracts, the contract holders are obligated to buy or sell the currency at a specified price, at a specified quantity and on a specified future date, whereas an interest rate forward determines an interest rate to be paid or received on an obligation beginning at a start date sometime in the future. Forward contracts may be cash settled between the parties. These contracts cannot be transferred. The Sub- Funds' use of forward foreign exchange contracts may include, but is not be limited to, altering the currency exposure of securities held, hedging against exchange risks, increasing exposure to a currency, shifting exposure to currency fluctuations from one currency to another and hedging Classes denominated in a currency (other than the base currency of the relevant Sub-Fund) to the base currency of the relevant Sub- Fund (as set out in Annex A). Swaps The Management Company may on behalf of the relevant Sub-Fund enter into swaps for the account of the relevant Sub-Fund, provided that the investment principles are adhered to. A swap is an agreement between two parties that involves the swapping of cash flows, assets, income or risks. The swap transactions that may be concluded for the relevant Sub-Fund include interest-rate, currency, asset, equity, credit default swaps and Total Return Swaps. This is not an exhaustive list. An interest-rate swap is a transaction involving two parties swapping cash flows that are based on fixed or variable interest payments. This transaction is comparable to the raising of funds at a fixed interest rate while at the same time lending funds at a variable interest rate, with the nominal amounts of the assets not being exchanged. Currency swaps usually involve the swapping of the nominal amounts of the assets and may be equated to the raising of funds in one currency while at the same time lending funds in another. Asset swaps (often referred to as "synthetic securities") are transactions that convert the yield from a specific asset to another interest rate flow (fixed or variable) or to another currency by combining the asset (e.g. bond, floating-rate note) with an interest-rate or currency swap. An equity swap is characterized by the swapping of cash flows, changes in value and/or returns from an asset for cash flows, changes in value and/or returns from another asset, with at least one of the s...
Forward Contracts. Buyer and Seller shall acknowledge that it is a “forward contract merchant” and that all transactions pursuant to this Contract constitute “forward contracts” within the meaning of the United States Bankruptcy Code.
Forward Contracts. 6.1. If you enter into a Forward Contract, instead of paying Us the Sale Currency Monies in one lump sum, you will pay to us an Initial Payment and a Balance. The standard amount of the Initial Payment is 10% of the Sale Currency Monies. However, we reserve the right to charge more or less than this depending on the circumstances of each Contract. The Balance will be the Sale Currency Monies less the Initial Payment. We may, at any time prior to the Value Date, request that an Additional Payment be made. If we make a request for an Additional Payment, it will need to be deposited in full in cleared funds, into the relevant Client FX Account within 2 Business Days of the request. If an Additional Payment is requested, then the Balance will be adjusted accordingly.
Forward Contracts. 22.1. From time to time we may agree to enter into a Forward Contract with you. You understand and agree that:
Forward Contracts. 6.1. If you wish to enter a Forward Contract, you must also give us an Instruction to make a payment on or before the Value Date of the Forward Contract. If you fail to do so, we reserve the right to Close Out or reverse the currency conversion and return the funds to the bank or other account from which relevant currency was received. You will be liable for any loss and costs incurred by us in connection with this, and in addition we reserve the right to charge you a fee to cover our reasonable costs.
Forward Contracts. The Parties acknowledge and agree that all transactions under the Agreement and Confirmation Agreement(s) are forward contracts and that the Parties are forward contract merchants, as those terms are used in the United States Bankruptcy Code. The Parties acknowledge and agree that all of their transactions, together with this Agreement and the related Confirmation Agreement(s) form a single, integrated agreement, and agreements and transactions are entered into in reliance on the fact that the agreements and each transaction form a single agreement between the Parties.
Forward Contracts. The Customers and the Meal Lender may from time elect to time enter into Forward Contracts in form and substance and on terms, including pricing, as are mutually satisfactory to the Metal Lender and the Customers, so long as at such time (a) no Default has occurred and is continuing, (b) the aggregate stated face value or notional amount, as applicable, of all Forward Contracts then in effect does not exceed $5,000,000, and (c) the Forward Contract Exposure does not exceed at such time the Forward Contract Limit. If the Forward Contract Exposure at any time exceeds the Forward Contract Limit, the Customers will promptly, without further notice or demand by the Metal Lender, make payment to the Metal Lender, or amend one or more Forward Contracts to reduce the applicable stated face amount or notional amount thereof, in either case, in an amount sufficient to result in the remaining Forward Contract Exposure being not more than the Forward Contract Limit. Unless otherwise agreed by the Metal Lender, no Forward Contract shall have a maturity in excess of twelve (12) months or later than the Maturity Date.