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Financial Instrument

Any document with monetary value. Examples include cash and cash equivalents, but also securities such as bonds and stocks which have value and may be traded in exchange for money.

Financial instrument.

A financial instrument is a physical or electronic document that has intrinsic monetary value or transfers value. For example, cash is a financial instrument, as is a check.

Listed and unlisted securities, loans, insurance policies, interests in a partnership, and precious metals are also financial instruments. A contractual obligation is also a financial instrument as is a deed that records home ownership.

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Metso Oyj (HEL:METSO) reported on Thursday the receipt of a notification about a change in the holding of mutual funds managed by BlackRock Inc of the total amount of shares and financial instruments entitling to shares of Metso.
Metso Corporation (MXCYY) has received a notification, pursuant to Chapter 9, Section 5 and 6 of the Finnish Securities Markets Act, about a change in the holding of mutual funds managed by BlackRock (BLK) of the total amount of shares and financial instruments entitling to shares of Metso.
In the first notification, BlackRock, Inc., has notified that, following an acquisition of UCB shares with voting rights and an acquisition of equivalent financial instruments by its affiliates, its total holding in UCB SA/NV has increased and has crossed the 5% threshold on 22 July 2019.
2) As at the end of the reporting period, the financial assets at fair value through profit or loss for the current period of the Group amounted to RMBO, representing a decrease of RMB401.50 million (or -100%) as compared to that at the end of last year, mainly attributable to the change in the review of items arising from the implementation of a new financial instruments standard by the Group;
The Philippine Financial Reporting Standard 9 (Financial Instruments) is the local adoption of International Financial Reporting Standard 9 issued by the International Accounting Standards Board on July 24, 2014.
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is requiring banks to incorporate forward-looking information in measuring impairment loss on financial instruments as well as credit losses under the new reporting standards.
"Presently, SOFAZ's investment portfolio includes financial instruments expressed in about 20 currencies," the Fund said.
It updated to reflect the impact of the Bank's adoption of IFRS 9, Financial Instruments (IFRS 9), which replaces the guidance in IAS 39, Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement (IAS 39).
Originating from Bloomberg's Open Symbology, the Financial Instrument Global Identifier (FIGI) is an open data standard and unique identifier of financial instruments that can be used across all global asset classes, including syndicated loans, common stock, options, derivatives, futures, corporate and government bonds, municipals, currencies, and mortgage products.
Qatar is ready to invest in financial instruments issued by the Bulgarian Development Bank and the Bulgarian Deposit Insurance Fund (BDIF), thereby supporting the financing of the national program for the renovation of multi-family buildings and capitalizing the BDIF according to Bulgariaas Finance Ministry.
The Law explains the concept of 'netting' as a process of terminating, liquidating and/or accelerating any payment or delivery obligations or entitlements between two parties under one or more qualified financial instruments (as explained below) entered into under a netting agreement or to which a netting agreement applies.

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