Short-Term Investments definition

Short-Term Investments means short-term investments as defined by GAAP.
Short-Term Investments means investments which are by their nature readily realisable and intended to be held for 12 months or less including interests (equity or otherwise) incorporations.
Short-Term Investments means short-term investments consisting of (i) U.S. government and agency obligations maturing within 180 days, (ii) commercial paper with maturities of not more than six (6) months and one (1) day, (iii) interest-bearing deposits in U.S. banks maturing within 180 days and (iv) money market mutual funds the assets of which are reasonably believed by the General Partner to consist primarily of items described in one or more of the foregoing clauses (i), (ii) and (iii).

Examples of Short-Term Investments in a sentence

  • Short-Term Investments: Short-term investments are carried at cost, which approximates fair value.

  • Xxxx Title: Senior Vice President Short-Term Investments Trust, on behalf of itself and each Portfolio listed on Schedule B By: /s/ Xxxx X.

  • Short-Term Investments Short-term investments are held for investment purposes and consist primarily of money market instruments with original maturities of 90 days or less.

  • Short-Term Investments The carrying amount reported in the Statement of Net Assets is the investment's fair value on the day it becomes a short-term investment.

  • As used in this Power of Attorney, “Funds” shall mean: AIM Counselor Series Trust, AIM Equity Funds, AIM Funds Group, AIM Growth Series, AIM International Mutual Funds, AIM Investment Funds, AIM Investment Securities Funds, AIM Sector Funds, AIM Tax-Exempt Funds, AIM Treasurer’s Series Trust, AIM Variable Insurance Funds and Short-Term Investments Trust, each a Delaware statutory trust.


More Definitions of Short-Term Investments

Short-Term Investments means short-term bank certificates of deposit, short-term U.S. Treasury securities, short-term U.S. government agency securities, commercial paper, repurchase agreements, short-term CMOs, short-term asset-backed securities and other similar types of short-term investment instruments, all of which will have maturities or average lives of less than one year.
Short-Term Investments means, as of any date of determination, (a) marketable securities (i) issued or directly and unconditionally guaranteed as to interest and principal by the United States government or, in the case of a Canadian Loan Party, the Canadian government or (ii) issued by any agency of the United States or, in the case of a Canadian Loan Party, Canada, in each case maturing within one year after such date; (b) taxable or tax-exempt marketable direct obligations issued by any state of the United States or, in the case of a Canadian Loan Party, any province, commonwealth or territory or any political subdivision of any such state, province, commonwealth or territory or any public instrumentality thereof, in each case having, at the time of the acquisition thereof, a rating of at least A- from S&P or the equivalent thereof from another nationally recognized rating agency; (c) commercial paper maturing no more than two hundred seventy (270) days from the date of creation thereof and having, at the time of the acquisition thereof, a rating of at least A-1 from S&P or the equivalent thereof from another nationally recognized rating agency; (d) time deposits, certificates of deposit or bankers’ acceptances issued or accepted by any Lender or by any commercial bank organized under the laws of the United States, any state thereof or an OECD country, having, at such date, a rating of at least A- from S&P or the equivalent thereof from another nationally recognized rating agency (except as otherwise approved by the Treasurer of the U.S. Borrower in a manner consistent with board-approved policy) or by a primary government securities dealer reporting to the Market Reports Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; (e) repurchase agreements with financial institutions organized under the laws of the United States, any state thereof or an OECD country, having, at such date, a rating of at least A- from S&P or the equivalent thereof from another nationally recognized rating agency (except as otherwise approved by the Treasurer of the U.S. Borrower in a manner consistent with board-approved policy) or with a primary government securities dealer reporting to the Market Reports Division of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; (f) Dollar denominated fixed or floating rate notes and foreign currency denominated fixed or floating rate notes, in each case having, at the time of the acquisition thereof, a rating of at least A or A-1 from S&P or the equivalent thereof from anothe...
Short-Term Investments means investments of one year or less.
Short-Term Investments means U.S. Dollar denominated, readily available instruments consisting of one or more of:
Short-Term Investments means commercial paper, governmental obligations, money market instruments, money market mutual shares, certificates of deposit and other similar obligations and securities in each case of high investment grade quality.
Short-Term Investments means, for any Person as of any date of determination, the sum of all unrestricted (i) cash, (ii) Cash Equivalents and (iii) Investment Securities, in each case, held by such Person on such date of determination.
Short-Term Investments means any cash or liquid securities owned by the municipality which is having a maturity date and/or callable date reasonably expected to be exercised, that is equal to or less than one year.