Markets Sample Clauses

Markets. We shall not be liable for any act taken by or on the instruction of an exchange, clearing house or regulatory body. Suspension or permanent withdrawal with notice We may suspend or permanently withdraw an Electronic Service, by giving you 24 hours written notice. Immediate suspension or permanent withdrawal We have the right, unilaterally and with immediate effect, to suspend or withdraw permanently your ability to use any Electronic Service, or any part thereof, without notice, where we consider it necessary or advisable to do so, for example due to your non-compliance with the Applicable Regulations, breach of any provisions of this Agreement, on the occurrence of an Event of Default, network problems, failure of power supply, for maintenance, or to protect you when there has been a breach of security. In addition, the use of an Electronic Service may be terminated automatically, upon the termination (for whatever reason) of: any license granted to us which relates to the Electronic Service; or this Agreement.
Markets. With the exception of permitted investments in unlisted securities and derivative instruments, investments will be restricted to the following stock exchanges and markets listed below in accordance with the regulatory criteria as defined in the Central Bank's Regulations. For the purposes of this Appendix I, reference to "unlisted securities" may include securities that are listed on a market or exchange where such exchange is not set out in the below list in accordance with Regulation 68(1)(c) and 68(2)(a) of the Regulations. The Central Bank does not issue a list of approved stock exchanges or markets.
Markets. We shall not be liable for any act taken by or on the instruction of an exchange, clearing house or regulatory body. Unauthorised use We shall not be liable for any loss, liability or cost whatsoever arising from any unauthorised use of the Electronic Service. You shall on demand indemnify, protect and hold us harmless from and against all losses, liabilities, judgements, suits, actions, proceedings, claims, damages and costs resulting from or arising out of any act or omission by any person using an Electronic Service by using your designated passwords, whether or not you authorised such use. Viruses from your System You will ensure that no computer viruses, worms, software bombs or similar items are introduced into our computer system or network and will indemnify us on demand for any loss that we suffer arising as a result of any such introduction. Viruses from an Electronic Service We shall have no liability to you (whether in contract or in tort, including negligence) in the event that any viruses, worms, software bombs or similar items are introduced into the System via an Electronic Service or any software provided by us to you in order to enable you to use the Electronic Service, provided that we have taken reasonable steps to prevent any such introduction. We shall not be obliged to execute any instruction which has been identified that is based on errors caused by delays of the system to update prices provided by the system price feeder or the third party service providers. We do not accept any liability towards executed transactions that have been based and have been the result of delays as described above. Delays Neither we nor any third party software provider accepts any liability in respect of any delays, inaccuracies, errors or omissions in any data provided to you in connection with an Electronic Service. We do not accept any liability in respect of any delays, inaccuracies or errors in prices quoted to you if these delays, inaccuracies or errors are caused by third party service providers with which we may collaborate. System errors We shall have no liability to you for damage which you may suffer as a result of transmission errors, technical faults, malfunctions, illegal intervention in network equipment, network overloads, malicious blocking of access by third parties, internet malfunctions, interruptions or other deficiencies on the part of internet service providers. You acknowledge that access to Electronic Services may be limited or...
Markets. The Seller acknowledges that (i) the markets served by the Buyer and the Company and the Buyer's affiliates are intended to be national in scope and not dependent on the geographic location of the executive personnel or the businesses by which they are employed; and (ii) the above covenants are manifestly reasonable on their face, and the parties expressly agree that such restrictions have been designed to be reasonable and no greater than is required for the protection of Buyer and its affiliates and are a significant element of the consideration hereunder.
Markets. This greatly reduced their interest in lobbying their own governments for a Doha deal. Second, a particular detail of WTO procedures has made unilateral tariff-cutting a major problem for the Doha Round. Following long-standing practice, WTO tariff-cutting talks focus onboundtariff rates, not applied rates. For many WTO members, actual applied rates are so much lower than the bound rates that the proposed Doha cuts would only reduce the distance between bound and applied tariffs, without actually lowering the applied rates. Figure 4 illustrates the issue. Bound and applied rates are shown for the 14 largest importers who together account for 80 percent of world imports. These are the markets to which exporters want access. Five decades of GATT talks had already lowered bound rates in the developed econo- mies to less than 3 percent on average. In most of the large developing nations, bound rates are quite high, but applied rates are lower. Even in China, the third- largest global market for exports, the applied rate is about 8 percent. If the developing nations had not lowered their applied rates so much below their bound rates, developed nation exporters would have had something to fight for. Similarly in agriculture, the biggest protectionists—the European Union and Japan—unilaterally lowered distortions for purely domestic reasons. The political power of rich-nation farm lobbies has dropped as farm populations have fallen and awareness has risen about the fact that most farm support goes to wealthy land- owners and agri-corporations. The European Union broadly switched its agriculture support policies to non-trade-distorting forms and basically eliminated export subsidies in major reforms that took place in 2003, 2008, and 2013. Japan still has astronomical tariffs on a handful of products like rice, but it too is shifting unilat- erally towards non-trade-distorting policies with major reforms in 2003 and 2007. While agriculture trade is hardly free and fair (and the United States increased trade distortions with its 2014 US Farm Bill), the mercantilist gain from a conclu- sion of the Doha Round is clearly lower in 2016 than it would have been in 2001. Moreover, a number of emerging markets have deployed some of their newfound wealth in the form of new trade-distorting agriculture policies of their own. They are, in essence, reacting to exactly the same ruralurban domestic politics that produced agriculture protection in the United States, European...
Markets. Each of the following shall be a Market for the purposes of this Agreement: All Markets agreed between the Parties from time to time. For these purposes, unless the Parties agree to the contrary, a Market will be deemed to have been agreed between the Parties where an order is placed by you and accepted by us, or a Transaction is otherwise effected between us on that Market.