Definition of Domestic securities


Domestic securities means securities held within the United States.


Domestic securities means securities and other Financial Assets or instruments and other investments of a Portfolio to be held in places within the United States.

Domestic securities means securities and other Financial Assets or instruments and other investments of a Portfolio settled within the United States.

Examples of Domestic securities in a sentence

Domestic securities or other financial assets held by the Custodian and that are not bearer securities shall be registered in the name of the applicable Portfolio or in the name of any nominee of a Fund on behalf of the Portfolio or of any nominee of the Custodian, or in the name or nominee name of any agent or any sub-custodian permitted hereby.
Domestic securities are loaned for collateral valued at 102.00% of the market value of securities loaned plus accrued interest.
Domestic securities traded on a national securities exchange are valued at the last reported sales price on the last business day of the fiscal year.
Domestic securities are loaned for collateral valued at 102% of the market value of securities loaned plus accrued interest.
Domestic securities held by the Custodian, its agent or subcustodian (other than bearer securities) shall be registered in the name of the applicable Series or in the name of any nominee of a Fund on behalf of the Series or of any nominee of the Custodian, or in the name or nominee name of any agent or any sub-custodian permitted hereby.