Definition of ABR Applicable Margin


ABR Applicable Margin means, as of any date, the Applicable Margin used to determine the Floating Rate as determined from time to time in accordance with the definition of "Applicable Margin".


ABR Applicable Margin means two percent (2.00%) per annum.

ABR Applicable Margin means zero.

Examples of ABR Applicable Margin in a sentence

ABR Applicable Margin means, as of any date, the Applicable Margin in effect on such date with respect to ABR Advances and ABR Loans.
The ABR Applicable Margin and the LIBOR Applicable Margin to be used in calculating the interest rate applicable to different Types of Advances shall vary from time to time in accordance with the long-term unsecured debt ratings of the Borrower as set forth in the table attached as Exhibit A.
If a rating agency upgrade results in a decrease in the ABR Applicable Margin, LIBOR Applicable Margin or Facility Fee Rate and if such upgrade is reversed and the affected Applicable Margin is restored within ninety (90) days thereafter, Borrower shall be required to pay an amount to the Lenders equal to the interest differential on the Advances and the differential on the Facility Fees during such period of upgrade.
ABR Rate means, for any day, a rate per annum equal to (i) the Alternate Base Rate for such day plus (ii) ABR Applicable Margin for such day, in each case changing when and as the Alternate Base Rate changes.
As used in this Agreement: ABR Applicable Margin means, as of any date, the Applicable Margin in effect on such date with respect to Floating Rate Borrowings and Floating Rate Loans.