Short-Term Money Market Instruments definition

Short-Term Money Market Instruments means the following types of instruments if, on the date of purchase or other acquisition thereof by the Corporation, the remaining term to maturity thereof is not in excess of 180 days:
Short-Term Money Market Instruments means the following types of instruments if, on the date of purchase or other acquisition thereof by the Trust, the remaining term to maturity thereof is not in excess of 180 days (or 270 days for instruments rated at least Aaa for purposes of determining Xxxxx’x Eligible Assets):
Short-Term Money Market Instruments means the following kinds of instruments, if on the date of purchase or other acquisition by the Corporation of such instrument the remaining term to maturity thereof is not more than 30 days:

Examples of Short-Term Money Market Instruments in a sentence

  • Eco-efficient and/or circular economy adapted products.Pending allocation of the net proceeds of the Senior Non-Preferred Notes to Eligible Assets, the Issuer will invest such net proceeds in Short Term Money Market Instruments (as defined below).An external auditor will provide an annual assurance on the allocation of the net proceeds of the bonds to the Eligible Assets and/or Short Term Money Market Instruments.

  • Short Term Money Market Instruments such as Commercial Papers and Certificate of Deposit, are shown at their discounted value and the difference between the acquisition cost and the redemption value is apportioned on time basis and recognised as accrued income.


More Definitions of Short-Term Money Market Instruments

Short-Term Money Market Instruments means the following types of instruments if, on the date of purchase or other acquisition thereof by the Corporation (or, in the case of an instrument specified by clauses (i) and (ii) below, on the Valuation Date), the remaining terms to maturity thereof are not in excess of 90 days:
Short-Term Money Market Instruments means shares of investment funds qualifying as “money market funds” under Rule 2a-7 or any successor rule of the 1940 Act and the following types of instruments if, on the date of purchase or other acquisition thereof by the Fund, the remaining term to maturity thereof is not in excess of 180 days:
Short-Term Money Market Instruments means the following types of instruments if, on the date of purchase or other acquisition thereof by the Corporation, the remaining terms to maturity thereof are not in excess of (a) 180 days for instruments rated at least Aa3 or 270 days for instruments rated at least Aaa for purposes of determining Moody's Eligible Assets (if Moody's is then rating ATP Series C), and (b) 180 days for purposes of determining Fitch Eligible Assets (if Fitch is then rating ATP Series C):
Short-Term Money Market Instruments means short term money market instruments if (i) such securities are rated at least P-1, (ii) in the case of demand deposits, time deposits and overnight funds, the supporting entity is rated at least A2, or (iii) in all other cases, the supporting entity (A) is rated A2 and the security matures within one month, (B) is rated A1 and the security matures within three months or (C) is rated at least Aa3 and the security matures within six months; provided, however, that for purposes of this definition, such instruments (other than commercial paper rated by S&P and not rated by Moody’s) need not meet any otherwise applicable S&P rating criteria.
Short-Term Money Market Instruments means the following types of instruments if, on the date of purchase or other acquisition thereof by the Fund, the remaining terms to maturity thereof are not in excess of (A) for purposes of Moody's, 90 days (except in the case of commercial paper which may have remaining terms to maturity of up to 270 days and certificates of deposit which may have remaining terms to maturity of up to one year) and (B) for purposes of Standard & Poor's, one year:
Short-Term Money Market Instruments. The Moody's Discount Factor applied to short-term portfolio securities will be (A) 100%, so long as such portfolio securities mature or have a demand feature at par exercisable within the Exposure Period, (B) 115%, so long as such portfolio securities mature or have a demand feature at par not exercisable within the Exposure Period, and (C) 125%, if such securities are not rated by Moody's, so long as such portfolio securities are rated at least A-1+/AA or SP-1+/AA by S&P and mature or have a demand feature at par exercisable within the Exposure Period. A Moody's Discount Factor of 100% will be applied to cash.