Underlying definition

Underlying means the Underlying as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data.
Underlying or "Share" means the share or security similar to shares as set out in the Table of Product Details. "Valuation Date" means the Exercise Date.
Underlying means the index, rate, risk, measure, instrument, differential, indicator, value, contingency, occurrence, or extent of an occurrence the Expiration Value of which determines whether (and, in the case of a Variable Payout Contract, to what extent) a Contract is in-the-money.

Examples of Underlying in a sentence

Title and Amount of Securities Underlying Derivative Security (Instr.

The Fund seeks to achieve its investment strategies by investing in three broad asset classes: equities, fixed-income, and Canadian or U.S. ETFs, either directly or indirectly through Underlying Funds.

However, we may change the Fund’s investment strategies described below, at our discretion.Investment strategies The Fund intends to invest primarily in Underlying Funds.

Underlying data from Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Nature Derivative Conversion Date Execution Date, if Transaction Number and Expiration Date Amount of Derivative Derivative Ownership of Indirect Security or Exercise (Month/Day/Year) any Code of (Month/Day/Year) Underlying Security Securities Form of Beneficial (Instr.

More Definitions of Underlying

Underlying means any Share.
Underlying means the Index.
Underlying or "Index" means the CAC40® Index (ISIN FR0003500008) as determined and published by Euronext N.V. (the "Index Sponsor").
Underlying or "Share" means the share as set out in the Table of Product Details. "Valuation Date" means the Exercise Date.
Underlying means any Underlying Component and/or Underlying, as the case may be, or as specified in the Final Termsheet.
Underlying or "Futures Contract" means the 10-Year U.S. Treasury Note Futures (Reuters RIC TYM9) on the Exchange.