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  • n. Plural form of security.

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Examples

  • By the way, the “moral obligation” to make an after-market in securities is not a legal obligation.

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  • In addition, the Fed launched a new program to auction options of up to $50 billion under that program -- the term securities lending facility -- "for exercise in advance of periods that are typically characterized by elevated stress in financial markets, such as quarter ends."

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  • To them a person who deals in securities is a stock-broker, no matter whether he is an exchange member, an investment dealer, broker-dealer or mutual fund salesman.

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  • It sought information about loans conducted at the Fed's discount window, the primary dealer credit facility, the term securities lending facility and the term auction facility.

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  • Bernake also noted that demand for several of the Federal Reserve's emergency facilities, such as the term securities lending facility and commercial paper facility, which provide emergency or short-term financing for businesses, are seeing declining demand.

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  • Figure 2: The TSLF lending program and intended effects on credit markets The Open Market Trading desk operates the term securities lending facility.

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  • It is invested into short term securities and so it is not just hitting on our balance sheet as unutilized cash from an accounting standpoint which of these investments are cash or cash equivalent.

  • That's the size of Apple pile of cash, short term securities and long term securities - money that is sitting around in Cupertino, Calif., and generating almost no returns for shareholders.

  • Apple's cash, long term and short term securities are now at an amazing $76 billion.

  • Or actually promising, at Apple's annual shareholder meeting last week not to do anything "stupid," with Apple's billions and cash and short term securities, as Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer did.

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