Reference Index definition

Reference Index means each of the indices comprising the Reference Portfolio.
Reference Index means the U.S. Select Foreign Access 25 PROCEEDS Index, a composite index that will track the performance of hypothetical investments in two assets, the Basket Units (as defined below) and the Zero Coupon Bond Units (as defined below), and one liability, the Leverage Units (as defined below) (collectively, the “Index Components”). Provided that a Defeasance Event (as defined below) does not occur, the amount of hypothetical funds allocated to each of the Index Components is expected to vary over the term of the PROCEEDS. The Calculation Agent will adjust the allocations systematically using the Reference Index formula described below.
Reference Index means the HVB 3 Months Rolling Euribor Index (WKN A0QZBZ / ISIN DE000A0QZBZ6 / Reuters .HVB3MRE / Bloomberg HVB3MRE Index), as determined and calculated by UniCredit Bank AG (the "Reference Index Sponsor").

Examples of Reference Index in a sentence

  • Because the level of the Reference Index is based in part on the value of the Basket Units, the Basket Adjustment Factor will reduce the level of the Reference Index.

  • No reallocation of the level of the Reference Index will occur on any day the determination of any of the above values is so deferred.

  • The “Ending Value” shall be determined by the Calculation Agent and shall equal the closing level of the Reference Index (as defined in Annex A) determined on the Valuation Date.

  • The Daily Leverage Charge will reduce the level of the Reference Index.

More Definitions of Reference Index

Reference Index means an index of interest rates on Treasury Securities, Municipal Obligations or high quality commercial paper or dividend rates on preferred stock of issuers registered as closed-end management investment companies under the 1940 Act that invest primarily in Municipal Obligations or any other index or instrument selected and approved by the Corporation's Board of Directors, after consultation with the Broker-Dealers and made available to the Auction Agent, as being an appropriate index or instrument, in each case expressed as a rate and devised and calculated not less often than monthly by one or more parties that are not affiliated with the Corporation and made available to the Corporation, the Auction Agent, the Broker-Dealers and existing and potential beneficial owners of the Preferred Shares.
Reference Index means the Select 10 PROCEEDS Index, Series 2 published as of 4:00 p.m. (New York City time) on each Business Day (as defined below) on Reuters Page MEREDUS13 (or any successor page as identified by the Calculation Agent).
Reference Index means subject to the provisions of Clause 4 (Adjustment to and Replacement of Reference Index), Clause 5 (Re-Basing of Reference Index), Clause 6 (Corrections of Reference Index) and Clause 7 (Other Extraordinary Circumstances) below, the unrevised Harmonised Index for Consumer Price (“HICP”) (excluding tobacco) for the European Monetary Union (also defined by the Sponsor as the Monetary Union Index of Consumer Prices ex-tobacco (“MUCIP”)) for the Euro-Area as calculated by the Sponsor;
Reference Index means the index of securities whose performance a Fund will aim to replicate, or track the performance of, pursuant to its investment objective and in accordance with its investment policies, as specified in the relevant Supplement.
Reference Index means the Solactive Canada Insurance AR Index, as further described in this pricing supplement under “The Reference Index”.
Reference Index means, subject to the provisions below, the unrevised Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) excluding Tobacco for the European Monetary Union known as MUICP as calculated by Eurostat or any successor sponsor accepted by the Calculation Agent in accordance with the provisions below (such entity, the “Sponsor”); andCorrections of Reference IndexNotwithstanding that the level of the Reference Index published in respect of any date is subsequently revised by the Sponsor (including any revision due to the original level being a provisional level), the Calculation Agent shall make any determination required in connection with the Notes (including determining any amount of interest that is payable) using the level published prior to any such revision except where such revision is made in order to correct a manifest error in the publication of such index (as determined by the Calculation Agent in its sole discretion), in which event the Calculation Agent shall use the level as so corrected.Adjustment to and Replacement of Reference Index