Trading Day Period definition

Trading Day Period has the meaning set forth in Section 5.01(a).
Trading Day Period means, (i) with respect to the First Stock Purchase Date, the twenty (20) consecutive Trading Days ending on, and including, the third (3rd) Trading Day immediately preceding the Initial Scheduled First Stock Purchase Date; (ii) with respect to the Second Stock Purchase Date, the twenty (20) consecutive Trading Days ending on, and including, the third (3rd) Trading Day immediately preceding the Initial Scheduled Second Stock Purchase Date; and (iii) with respect to the Third Stock Purchase Date, the twenty (20) consecutive Trading Days ending on, and including, the third (3rd) Trading Day immediately preceding the Initial Scheduled Third Stock Purchase Date.
Trading Day Period means the 20 consecutive Trading Days beginning on July 9, 2008 for the Initial Stock Purchase Date, and the 20 consecutive Trading Days beginning on January 7, 2009 for the Subsequent Stock Purchase Date.

Examples of Trading Day Period in a sentence

If any shares of Common Stock, Options or Convertible Securities are issued or sold for a consideration other than cash, the amount of such consideration received by the Company will be the fair value of such consideration, except where such consideration consists of securities, in which case the amount of consideration received by the Company for each such security will be the VWAP of such security for the five (5) Trading Day Period immediately preceding the date of receipt.

If at any time the Closing Sale Price of the Common Stock is below the Fixed Purchase Price for three consecutive Trading Days, the Company shall have three (3) Trading Days from the last day of such three consecutive Trading Day Period to give written notice (a "Purchase Suspension Notice") to the Buyer suspending any and all purchases by the Buyer under this Agreement.

If an event requiring an adjustment occurs on any Determination Date during the Trading Day Period, the applicable Fixed Daily Settlement Rate calculated for each Determination Date before the event requiring an adjustment occurs will be adjusted in the same manner as the adjustment to the Fixed Daily Settlement Rates for each Determination Date on or after the event requiring an adjustment occurs pursuant to the procedures described above.

Double exposure correlation can be performed at any time after the recording of two or more holograms.

The conversion rights of Payee shall continue to be exercisable during such five Trading Day Period and thereafter until payment is made.

The Company shall pay Contingent Interest in cash to the Holders in respect of any six-month period from and including June 1 to and including November 30 and from and including December 1 to and including May 31, commencing with the six-month period beginning June 1, 2018, if the average Securities Price for the Applicable Five Trading Day Period with respect to such interest period equals 120% or more of $1,000 principal amount of Securities.

Otherwise, the Stock Price shall be the average of the Last Reported Sale Prices of Common Stock over the 10 Trading Day Period ending on the Trading Day preceding the Make-Whole Reference Date.

If the Holder fails to deliver its notice to the Company within such 3 Trading Day Period, the Company may elect to have the provisions of clause (a) or (b) of the preceding sentence apply by delivering written notice to the Holder within Three Trading Days following the expiration of the Holder's notice period.

The Company shall pay Contingent Interest in cash to the Holders in respect of any six-month period from April 15 to October 14 and from October 15 to April 14, commencing with the six-month period beginning April 15, 2010, if the average Securities Price for the Applicable Five Trading Day Period with respect to such interest period equals 120% or more of $1,000 principal amount of Securities.

The amount of contingent interest payable in respect of any Contingent Interest Period will equal 0.125% of the average Trading Price of the Trust PIERS (or the Debentures, as the case may be) over the Five Trading Day Period preceding such Contingent Interest Period.


More Definitions of Trading Day Period

Trading Day Period means ten (10) consecutive Trading Days; provided, however, that the Trading Day Period for purposes of determining any Conversion Price on a Conversion Date occurring during any thirty (30) calendar day period immediately following a thirty (30) calendar day period in which the Trading Quotient for each day in such period is less than 1.00 shall be either five (5) or ten (10) consecutive Trading Days, whichever generates the lower Conversion Price.

Related to Trading Day Period

Trading Day means a day on which the principal Trading Market is open for trading.
Trading Days with respect to the Common Stock means (i) if the Common Stock is quoted on Nasdaq or any similar system of automated dissemination of quotations of securities prices, days on which trades may be made on such system or (ii) if the Common Stock is listed or admitted for trading on any national securities exchange, days on which such national securities exchange is open for business.
Last Trading Day means, for a particular Contract, the last date on which that Contract may be traded on the Market.
VWAP Trading Day means a day on which (A) there is no VWAP Market Disruption Event; and (B) trading in the Common Stock generally occurs on the principal U.S. national or regional securities exchange on which the Common Stock is then listed or, if the Common Stock is not then listed on a U.S. national or regional securities exchange, on the principal other market on which the Common Stock is then traded. If the Common Stock is not so listed or traded, then “VWAP Trading Day” means a Business Day.
Trading Period means Trading Days during the Valuation Period.
Scheduled Trading Day means a day that is scheduled to be a Trading Day on the principal U.S. national or regional securities exchange or market on which the Common Stock is listed or admitted for trading. If the Common Stock is not so listed or admitted for trading, “Scheduled Trading Day” means a Business Day.
Index Business Day means a day on which the level of the Index is usually determined and published by the Index Sponsor.
Price Determination Period means the period of 10 Business Days immediately prior to, and ending on, the Books Closure Date;
Pricing Period means the five (5) consecutive Trading Days after the Advance Notice Date.
Grace Period Business Day means a day on which commercial banks and foreign exchange markets are generally open to settle payments in the place or places and on the days specified for that purpose in the relevant Obligation and if a place or places are not so specified, in the jurisdiction of the Obligation Currency.
Put Notice Date means the Trading Day, as set forth below, immediately following the day on which the Investor receives a Put Notice, however a Put Notice shall be deemed delivered on (a) the Trading Day it is received by facsimile or otherwise by the Investor if such notice is received prior to 9:00 am Eastern Time, or (b) the immediately succeeding Trading Day if it is received by facsimile or otherwise after 9:00 am Eastern Time on a Trading Day. No Put Notice may be deemed delivered on a day that is not a Trading Day.
Auction Period means the Interest Period applicable to each Series of Auction Rate Notes during which time the Auction Note Interest Rate for such Series is determined pursuant to Section 2.02(a) of this Appendix B, which Auction Period (after the Initial Period for such Series) shall begin on an Interest Rate Adjustment Date and initially shall consist generally of 28 days for the Auction Rate Notes, as the same may be adjusted pursuant to Section 2.02(g) of this Appendix B.
Subsequent Rate Period means, with respect to any Series of VMTP Shares, the period consisting of seven calendar days, but adjusted in each case to reflect any changes when the regular calendar day that is a Rate Determination Date is not a Business Day, from, and including, the first calendar day following the Initial Rate Period of such Series to, and including, the next Rate Determination Date for such Series and any period thereafter from, and including, the first calendar day following a Rate Determination Date for shares of such Series to, and including, the next succeeding Rate Determination Date for shares of such Series.
Averaging Period means the time over which a limit is measured or a monitoring result is obtained;
Corresponding Day Timetable means, in relation to a Corresponding Day, the New Working Timetable or such other timetable as may be agreed between the parties or otherwise determined in accordance with paragraph 12.2;
Trading Date means the closing of the first sale to the general public of the Shares pursuant to a registration statement filed with and declared effective by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission under the Securities Act.
Optional Reset Date has the meaning specified in Section 307(b).
Conversion Period means the period of time commencing on the eighth day after the Offer Date and terminating on the Expiry Date;
Subsequent Fixed Rate Period means for the initial Subsequent Fixed Rate Period, the period commencing on July 1, 2020 and ending on and including June 30, 2025 and for each succeeding Subsequent Fixed Rate Period, the period commencing on the day immediately following the end of the immediately preceding Subsequent Fixed Rate Period and ending on and including June 30 in the fifth year thereafter.
Evaluation Period has the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 5.1.
Valuation Period shall have the meaning specified in Section 14.04(c).
Quarterly Floating Rate Period means, for the initial Quarterly Floating Rate Period, the period commencing on July 1, 2020 and ending on and including September 30, 2020, and thereafter the period from and including the day immediately following the end of the immediately preceding Quarterly Floating Rate Period to but excluding the next succeeding Quarterly Commencement Date.
Make-Whole Fundamental Change Conversion Period has the following meaning:
ii) Trigger Date shall have the meaning set forth in Section 11(a)(iii) hereof.
Observation Period means, in respect of the relevant Interest Period, the period from, and including, the date falling "p" Business Days prior to the first day of such Interest Period (and the first Interest Period shall begin on and include the Interest Commencement Date) and ending on, but excluding, the date which is "p" Business Days prior to the Interest Payment Date for such Interest Period (or the date falling "p" Business Days prior to such earlier date, if any, on which the Notes become due and payable);
Settlement Period shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 6.1(b).