Definition of Foreign Securities


Foreign Securities means any investments of a Fund (including foreign currencies) for which the primary market is outside the United States and such cash and cash equivalents as are reasonably necessary to effect such Fund’s transactions in such investments.


Foreign Securities means securities held primarily outside of the United States.

Foreign Securities means securities and other Financial Assets of a Portfolio for which the primary market is outside the United States.

Examples of Foreign Securities in a sentence

Foreign securities shall be maintained in a Foreign Securities System in a designated country through arrangements implemented by the Custodian or a Foreign Sub-Custodian, as applicable, in such country.
The Custodian shall identify on its books as belonging to the Funds the foreign securities held by each Foreign Sub-Custodian or Foreign Securities System.
The Custodian shall identify on its books as belonging to the Portfolios the foreign securities held by each Foreign Sub-Custodian or Foreign Securities System.
Foreign securities shall be maintained in a Foreign Securities System in a designated country only through arrangements implemented by the Foreign Sub-Custodian in such country pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
The Custodian may place and maintain each Fund’s foreign securities with Eligible Foreign Custodians employed by the Custodian and/or Foreign Securities Systems, all as designated in Schedules A and B hereto, but only in accordance with the applicable provisions of Sections 3 and 4 hereof.



More definitions of Foreign Securities

Foreign Securities means any of the [Trust’s/Fund’s] investments (including foreign currencies) for which the primary market is outside the United States and such cash and cash equivalents as are reasonably necessary to effect the [Trust/Fund’s] transactions in such investments.


Foreign Securities means Securities for which the primary market is outside the United States.

Foreign Securities means, unless otherwise agreed, securities that are principally cleared and settled outside the United States.

Foreign Securities means Securities that are principally cleared and settled outside the United States.

Foreign Securities means securities held primarily outside of the United States that are not Domestic securities.

Foreign Securities means any of the Fund’s investments (including foreign currencies) for which the primary market is outside the United States and such cash and cash equivalents as are reasonably necessary to effect the Fund’s transactions in such investments (excluding shares of Yahoo Japan Corporation owned by the Fund and any dividends or other distributions thereon until transferred to the Custodian).

Foreign Securities means securities held primarily outside of the United States. “Held outside of the United States” means not held within the United States.