A Exchange definition

A Exchange has the meaning set forth in Section 2.1(a)(i) of this Agreement.

Examples of A Exchange in a sentence

• Notwithstanding any rights granted to Program Members pursuant to this Section A., Exchange Company reserves the right to limit or restrict the number of reservations that may be made (including, without limitation, the number of Program Members who may make reservations and the number of reservations that may be made) at any particular Component during the Priority 1 Period to further the best interests of the Program Members as a whole as determined by Exchange Company in its sole discretion.

• In the merger, a holder of Mittal Steel class A common shares received one newly-issued ArcelorMittal share for every Mittal Steel class A common share, which is referred to as the Class A Exchange Ratio.

• Store the value of A back into A, an operation with no effect: @(set A A) Exchange the values of A and B: @(set (A B) (B A))Store a string into A: @(set A "text")Store a list into A: @(set A ("line1" "line2")) Destructuring assignment.

• A Exchange Ratio of 0.399:1.000 is envisaged in connection with the capital increase against contributions in kind as proposed under agenda item 1, so that arithmetically 0.399 new shares in TUI AG will be issued for each ordinary share in TUI Travel.

• Party A Exchange Amounts: Party A Initial Exchange Date: Effective Date.

• The Class [A] Exchange Ratio should be a formula which produces the fractional entitlement for one Class [A] CE (£1).

• Pursuant to the Class A Exchange Feature, a holder of Class A Shares will receive that number of Common Shares as is equal to the number of Class A Shares held by such holder immediately before such conversion.

• Panel A: Exchange quoting activity measured against SIP Timestamp.

• Note that the definition of Class [A] Exchange Ratio is a formula which produces the entitlement for one Class [A] CE and assumes that the same formula can be used to calculate each component part of the Class [A] Entitlement.

• A) Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)Exchange Traded Funds are innovative products that provide exposure to an index or a basket of securities that trade on the exchange like a single stock.

Related to A Exchange

• National Exchange means the Nasdaq National Market or any other national exchange on which the Common Stock of the Corporation is listed.

• Primary Exchange means, with respect to each Index constituent or each constituent underlying a Successor Index, the primary exchange or market of trading such Index constituent or such constituent underlying a Successor Index.

• Optional Exchange means the exchange of the Certificates by the Trust for the Underlying Securities pursuant to Section 7(a) hereof.

• Futures Exchange means the exchange or trading system with the highest trading volume of options or futures contracts relating to the Share. If options or futures contracts on the Share are not traded on any exchange, the Futures Exchange shall be the options or futures exchange with the highest amount of options or futures contracts relating to shares of companies having their residence in the country in which the Company has its residence. If there is no options or futures exchange in the country in which the Company has its residence on which options or futures contracts on shares are traded, the Calculation Agent will determine the Futures Exchange in its reasonable discretion (billiges Ermessen) (§ 317 BGB) and will make notification thereof in accordance with § 6 of the General Terms.

• Interest exchange means the acquisition of an ownership or membership interest in a domestic entity as provided by Subchapter B, Chapter 10. The term does not include a merger or conversion.

• Derivatives Exchange means Chicago Board Options Exchange. "Interest Rate" means USD LIBOR O/N (overnight).LIBOR stands for London InterBank Offered Rate. LIBOR is an average interest rate based on infor- mation submitted by the contributing banks. The panel banks indicate the interest rates at which they are able to refinance their own interbank activities in the relevant currency for the relevant term on an unsecured basis. To calculate the reference interest rate, the highest and lowest quar- tiles of these interest rates are eliminated, and the remaining interest rates are averaged. LIBOR is calculated for 7 different terms and 5 different currencies. The LIBOR interest rates (ICE Libor) are administered by ICE Benchmark Administration Limited (IBA) and determined each business day at 11 a.m. (London time). LIBOR O/N (overnight) stands for terms of 1 day.If the Interest Rate is not set or published on an Index Calculation Day, the Interest Rate applied on the immediately preceding Index Calculation Day is used to calculate the index in accordance with section C).If the Interest Rate has neither been set nor published for ten consecutive Index Calculation Days, the Index Calculation Agent has the right and obligation to stipulate in its reasonable discretion an alternative relevant Interest Rate which has functions comparable to the previous Interest Rate.

• Currency exchange means receipt of compensation from the exchange of money of one government for money of another government.

• Related Exchange means each exchange or quotation system where trading has a material effect (as determined by the Calculation Agent) on the overall market for futures or options contracts relating to the FTSE 100, including any transferee or successor to any such exchange or quotation system or any substitute exchange or quotation system to which trading in futures or options contracts relating to the FTSE 100 has temporarily relocated (provided that the Calculation Agent has determined that there is comparable liquidity relative to

• Principal Exchange means, in respect of a Share, any stock exchange or quotation system on which such Share is listed. As of the date of this Information Statement, the Principal Exchange for each Share is as set forth under "Summary Information Regarding the Companies".

• Securities Exchange means, at any time, the registered national securities exchange on which the Corporation’s equity securities are then principally listed or traded, which shall be the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ Global Market (or similar national quotation system of the NASDAQ Stock Market) (“NASDAQ”) or any successor exchange of either the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ.

• National Securities Exchange means an exchange registered with the Commission under Section 6(a) of the Exchange Act (or any successor to such Section).

• Stock Exchanges means BSE Limited and National Stock Exchange of India Limited;

• Reference Exchange means XETRA.

• Stock Exchange The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited

• Recognized Exchange means The New York Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq National Market.

• Related Exchange(s means each exchange or quotation system (as the Determination Agent may select) where trading has a material effect (as determined by the Determination Agent) on the overall market for futures or options contracts relating to the Share or, in any such case, any transferee or successor exchange of such exchange or quotation system.

• Power Exchange means any exchange operating as the power exchange for electricity in terms of the orders issued by the Central Commission;

• Irish Stock Exchange means the Irish Stock Exchange Limited.

• London Stock Exchange means London Stock Exchange plc;

• Applicable Exchange means the New York Stock Exchange or such other securities exchange as may at the applicable time be the principal market for the Common Stock.

• Relevant Stock Exchange for the Fund means the primary exchange or quotation system on which shares (or other applicable securities) of the Fund are traded, as determined by the Calculation Agent.

• New York Stock Exchange means the New York Stock Exchange, Inc.

• Recognised Futures Exchange means an international futures exchange which is recognised by the SFC or which is approved by the Manager.

• Exchange means the TSX Venture Exchange;

• Relevant Exchange means the Relevant Exchange as specified in § 2 of the Product and Underlying Data.In the case of a material change in the market conditions at the Relevant Exchange, such as a final discontinuation of the quotation of the Underlying at the Relevant Exchange and the quotation at a different stock exchange or a considerably restricted number or liquidity, the Relevant Exchange shall be substituted as the Relevant Exchange by another exchange that offers satisfactorily liquid trading in the Underlying (the "Substitute Exchange"); such exchange shall be determined by the Calculation Agent acting in accordance with relevant market practice and in good faith. In this case, any reference to the Relevant Exchange in the Terms and Conditions of these Securities shall be deemed to refer to the Substitute Exchange.