Regular settlement

Regular settlement

Transaction in which a stock contract is settled and delivered on the fifth full business day following the date of the transaction (trade date). In Japan, regular settlement occurs three business days following the trade date; in London, two weeks following the trade date (at times, three weeks); in France, once per month.

Regular Settlement

A situation in which a buyer or, more commonly, his/her broker, receives delivery of the securities he/she bought and makes payment for them on the normal settlement date. Regular settlement occurs on the date set by the exchange, which is usually three to five days after the trade date, depending on the type of transaction and the country in which it occurs. See also: Early settlement, Delayed settlement.
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According to the statistics for the third quarter of 2015, the foreign exchange reserves have noted a decline as a result of the authorities' regular settlement of foreign liabilities and partly as a result of the net sale of foreign currency in the foreign exchange market by the NBRM.
Ashton was reacting to Israeli government plans to build hundreds of housing units in illegal West Bank settlements as well as relocate settlers from outposts to regular settlement, also within the occupied West Bank.
For daily consumption they would have had much larger wine presses in the regular settlement," said Areshian, who was deputy prime minister in the first government of the independent Republic of Armenia in 1991.
This accomplishment is also due to customers' regular settlement of their due installments.
currency rose slightly as Japanese importers bought it on the regular settlement day, dealers said.
After that, neither the regular settlement payments nor the income from a trust fund endowed with funds from securitization would be available for any public purpose.
Although the sales of the ADRs had regular settlement terms of five days, the purchases were subject to "next day" settlement, so that Compaq was the shareholder of record on the dividend record date.
The regular settlement date, previously expected to occur on Thursday, December 9, 2010, is now expected to occur on Wednesday, December 15, 2010; and
5 percent of GDP which is expected to ensure long-term debt sustainability and regular settlement of liabilities.
The forward-looking statements in this news release include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to: the expected future attributes and success of each of EnCana and Cenovus following the arrangement transaction; the anticipated distribution record date for the new EnCana common shares and Cenovus common shares; and the expected dates when Cenovus and post-split EnCana common shares will begin trading for regular settlement on the TSX and NYSE.
The forward-looking statements in this news release include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to: the proposed arrangement and expected future attributes and success of each of EnCana and Cenovus following such transaction; the anticipated distribution record date for the new EnCana common shares and Cenovus common shares; the expected completion date of the arrangement and the expected dates when Cenovus and post-split EnCana common shares will begin trading for regular settlement on the TSX and NYSE.
If the Arrangement becomes effective on November 30, 2009, EnCana expects that the EnCana common shares with an entitlement to the Cenovus common shares will cease trading on the TSX after the close of trading on December 2, 2009 and on the NYSE after the close of trading on December 8, 2009 and that the new EnCana common shares and the Cenovus common shares will begin trading on the TSX for regular settlement at the opening of trading on December 3, 2009 and on the NYSE for regular settlement at the opening of trading on December 9, 2009.