Tradable Instruments definition

Tradable Instruments means those financial instruments or transactions which are not Prohibited Instruments and which are within those classes of financial instruments or transactions specified in the Market Segment Rules from time to time as eligible for trading on PVM Oil Futures OTF.
Tradable Instruments means those financial instruments or transactions which are not Prohibited Instruments and which are within those classes of financial instruments or transactions specified in the Market Segment Rules from time to time as eligible for trading on ICAP Securities OTF.

Examples of Tradable Instruments in a sentence

  • Following the addition of Tradable Instruments pursuant to Rule47.1 or the suspension or removal of Tradable Instruments pursuant to Rule 47.2, Operator will publish the updated list of Tradable Instruments as soon as reasonably practicable.

  • Operator may suspend or remove any financial instrument from the list of Tradable Instruments at any time, subject to any restrictions of Applicable Law.

  • Tradable Instruments that may be traded as Matched Principal Transactions are identified in the Product Specifications.

  • Operator may add financial instruments to the list of Tradable Instruments at any time, subject to any restrictions of Applicable Law.

  • Trading is permitted in the Tradable Instruments specified in Section E of the TP EU Product Specification document.

  • Tradable Instruments that may be traded as Matched Principal Transactions are identified in the Market Segment Rules.

  • The following Tradable Instruments are available through the Electronic Negotiation System in the Equity Derivatives Segment: Transaction TypesParameters (where applicable)Equity SwapsSingle underlying security, basket of underlying securities 10.

  • The following Tradable Instruments are available to trade through DVM Sessions in the Equity Derivatives Segment:Transaction TypesParameters (where applicable)Options StrategyTransaction in multiple optionsOption v FutureN/AOption Strategy v FutureN/A The Operator may, at its sole discretion, remove any Trade Request from a Trading System in accordance with the OTF Rules.

  • Registered Trades for financial instruments or transactions which are not Tradable Instruments, which represent a component of a Package Transaction Executed using a Trading System of Tullett Prebon EU OTF, will be submitted for registration on a Registering Execution Venue other than Tullett Prebon EU OTF.

  • Date: 8-25-2004 Signature: /s/ Richard Flowers [State Exhibit 2] AMALGAMATED TRANSIT UNIONLocal Division No. 842 – Wilmington, DelawareGRIEVANCE FORM Aggrieved Employee: Richard N.

Related to Tradable Instruments

  • Eligible Instruments means monetary assets, money market instruments and securities that are payable in Dollars only and essentially risk free as to collection of principal and interest, including U.S. Government Obligations.

  • negotiable instrument means a Written document, that:

  • Trade Instruments means any performance bonds, advance payment bonds or documentary letters of credit issued in respect of the obligations of any member of the Group arising in the ordinary course of trading of that member of the Group.

  • Pledge Instruments With respect to each Cooperative Loan, the Stock Power, the Assignment of Proprietary Lease and the Security Agreement.

  • Negotiable Collateral means all of Borrower’s present and future letters of credit of which it is a beneficiary, drafts, instruments (including promissory notes), securities, documents of title, and chattel paper, and Borrower’s Books relating to any of the foregoing.

  • Educator practice instrument means an assessment tool that provides: scales or dimensions that capture competencies of professional performance; and differentiation of a range of professional performance as described by the scales, which must be shown in practice and/or research studies. The scores from educator practice instruments for teaching staff members other than teachers, Principals, Vice Principals, and Assistant Principals may be applied to the teaching staff member’s summative evaluation rating in a manner determined by the school district.

  • Release Instruments is defined in Section 11.12(f).

  • Mortgage Instruments means such title reports, ALTA title insurance policies (with endorsements), evidence of zoning compliance, property insurance, flood certifications and flood insurance (and, if applicable FEMA form acknowledgements of insurance), opinions of counsel, ALTA surveys, appraisals, environmental assessments and reports, mortgage tax affidavits and declarations and other similar information and related certifications as are requested by, and in form and substance reasonably acceptable to, the Administrative Agent from time to time.

  • Reference Instrument means Natural Gas (Henry Hub) Future.Currency: USDISIN: US12573E1010Bloomberg Symbol: NG1 Comdty

  • Financial Instrument Obligations means obligations arising under:

  • Derivative Instruments means any and all derivative securities (as defined under Rule 16a-1 under the Exchange Act) that increase in value as the value of any Equity Securities of the Company increases, including a long convertible security, a long call option and a short put option position, in each case, regardless of whether (x) such interest conveys any voting rights in such security, (y) such interest is required to be, or is capable of being, settled through delivery of such security or (z) other transactions hedge the economic effect of such interest.

  • Intercompany Note any promissory note evidencing loans made by any Grantor to Holdings or any of its Subsidiaries.

  • Cash Equivalents (a) marketable direct obligations issued by, or unconditionally guaranteed by, the United States government or issued by any agency thereof and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States, in each case maturing within one year from the date of acquisition; (b) certificates of deposit, time deposits, eurodollar time deposits or overnight bank deposits having maturities of six months or less from the date of acquisition issued by any Lender or by any commercial bank organized under the laws of the United States of America or any state thereof having combined capital and surplus of not less than $500,000,000; (c) commercial paper of an issuer rated at least A-2 by S&P or P-2 by Xxxxx’x, or carrying an equivalent rating by a nationally recognized rating agency, if both of the two named rating agencies cease publishing ratings of commercial paper issuers generally, and maturing within six months from the date of acquisition; (d) repurchase obligations of any Lender or of any commercial bank satisfying the requirements of clause (b) of this definition, having a term of not more than 30 days with respect to securities issued or fully guaranteed or insured by the United States government; (e) securities with maturities of one year or less from the date of acquisition issued or fully guaranteed by any state, commonwealth or territory of the United States, by any political subdivision or taxing authority of any such state, commonwealth or territory or by any foreign government, the securities of which state, commonwealth, territory, political subdivision, taxing authority or foreign government (as the case may be) are rated at least A by S&P or A by Xxxxx’x; (f) securities with maturities of six months or less from the date of acquisition backed by standby letters of credit issued by any Lender or any commercial bank satisfying the requirements of clause (b) of this definition; and (g) shares of money market mutual or similar funds which invest exclusively in assets satisfying the requirements of clauses (a) through (f) of this definition.

  • Financial Instruments means commodities, securities, and derivatives of all types, including, without limitation, stocks and other equity instruments, bonds and other debt instruments, commodities and futures, forwards, swaps, and options that derive their value from bonds, equities, commodities or indices thereof. EXHIBIT C

  • Guaranties means, collectively, each Subsidiary Guaranty and any other guaranty executed by any Guarantor in favor of Agent and Lenders in respect of the Obligations.

  • Conditionally Transferable Obligation means a Valuation Obligation that is either Transferable, in the case of Bonds, or capable of being assigned or novated to all Modified Eligible Transferees without the consent of any person being required, in the case of any Valuation Obligation other than Bonds, in each case, as of the Valuation Date, provided, however, that a Valuation Obligation other than Bonds will be a Conditionally Transferable Obligation notwithstanding that consent of the Reference Entity or the guarantor, if any, of a Valuation Obligation other than Bonds (or the consent of the relevant obligor if the Reference Entity is guaranteeing such Valuation Obligation) or any agent is required for such novation, assignment or transfer so long as the terms of such Valuation Obligation provide that such consent may not be unreasonably withheld or delayed. Any requirement that notification of novation, assignment or transfer of a Valuation Obligation be provided to a trustee, fiscal agent, administrative agent, clearing agent or paying agent for a Valuation Obligation shall not be considered to be a requirement for consent for purposes of Section 3.32(b).

  • Investment security means a marketable obligation in the form of a bond, note, or debenture, commonly regarded as an investment security and which is salable under ordinary circumstances with reasonable promptness at a fair value.

  • Debt Instruments means bonds, notes or other debt securities (however defined), which are or are intended to be quoted, listed, traded or otherwise admitted to trading on a Regulated Market or an MTF.

  • Securities, documents or other written instruments means original (including original counterparts) negotiable or non-negotiable instruments, or assignments thereof, which in and of themselves represent an equitable interest, ownership, or debt and which are in the ordinary course of business transferable by delivery of such instruments with any necessary endorsements or assignments. Definitions(continued)

  • Special Purpose Subsidiary means any (a) not-for-profit Subsidiary, (b) captive insurance company or (c) Receivables Subsidiary and any other Subsidiary formed for a specific bona fide purpose not including substantive business operations and that does not own any material assets, in each case, that has been designated as a “Special Purpose Subsidiary” by the Borrower.

  • Tier 1 Instruments means any and all (i) securities or other obligations (other than Tier 1 Shares) issued by UBS Group AG or (ii) shares, securities, participation securities or other obligations (other than Tier 1 Shares) issued by a subsidiary of UBS Group AG and having the benefit of a guarantee, credit support agreement or similar undertaking of UBS Group AG, each of which shares, securities, participation securities or other obligations described in clauses (i) and (ii) of this definition qualify, or are issued in respect of a security that qualifies, as Tier 1 Capital of the Group and/or UBS Group AG (without regard to quantitative limits on such capital) on a consolidated (Finanzgruppe) or on an unconsolidated (Einzelinstitut) basis.

  • Money Market Instruments means instruments normally dealt in on the money

  • Permitted Intercompany Investments means Investments made by (a) a Loan Party to or in another Loan Party, (b) a Subsidiary that is not a Loan Party to or in another Subsidiary that is not a Loan Party, (c) a Subsidiary that is not a Loan Party to or in a Loan Party, so long as, in the case of a loan or advance, the parties thereto are party to the Intercompany Subordination Agreement, and (d) a Loan Party to or in a Subsidiary that is not a Loan Party so long as (i) the aggregate amount of all such Investments made by the Loan Parties to or in Subsidiaries that are not Loan Parties does not exceed $1,000,000 at any time outstanding, (ii) no Default or Event of Default has occurred and is continuing either before or after giving effect to such Investment, and (iii) the Borrowers have Excess Availability plus Qualified Cash of not less than $10,000,000 after giving effect to such Investment.

  • Recognised Investment Exchange means a recognised investment exchange as defined by section 285 of the Financial Services and Markets Xxx 0000;

  • Intercompany Indebtedness means Indebtedness of Company or any of their respective Subsidiaries which is owing to any member of such group.