Currency Contract means any futures contract or option thereon providing for the delivery or receipt at a future date of a specified amount of a traded currency at a specified price and delivery point, or any other futures contract or option thereon approved for trading for U.S. persons.
Currency Contract means a currency swap agreement, currency cap agreement or currency collar agreement entered into to provide protection against currency fluctuations with respect to amounts owing on any Indebtedness.
Foreign Currency Contract On November 25, 2008, the Company entered into an agreement with a bank to fix the exchange rate to repay the principal balance of the Senior Secured Debentures at CA$1.00 to US$0.834725, based on the settlement date of February 22, 2011.
A Participant’s net open position in a Currency Contract that is to be settled by delivery shall be effected by the purchase by such Participant or The Clearing Corporation of an agreed amount of one Currency against the sale by it to the other party of an agreed amount of another Currency, both such amounts being deliverable on the same date.
At June 30, 2005 PERF’s investments included the following currency forwards balances (in thousands): Forward Currency Contract Receivables $319,093 Forward Currency Contract Payables 313,473 PERF’s fixed income managers invest in CMOs to improve the yield or adjust the duration of the fixed income portfolio.
Leveraged Assets means the Fund’s total assets (including (1) the aggregate financial exposures created by forward currency contracts in excess of that represented in the Fund’s net assets (“ Forward Currency Contract Commitments”) and (2) investments made with the proceeds of borrowings from financial institutions (“Borrowings”)) minus accrued liabilities (other than Forward Currency Contract Commitments and liabilities associated with Borrowings).
Purchase of Bills in Foreign Currency Contract Article 1 The quota of purchase of bills in foreign currency will be subject to the amount agreed by the Contractor and the Bank.