|Glossary Term: SECURITIES|
Definition(s) for SECURITIES:
1. ) refers to a fancy name for shares of stock, bonds, or any kind of financial asset that can be traded.
2. ) Paper certificates (definitive securities) or electronic records (book-entry securities) evidencing ownership of equity (stocks) or debt-obligations (bonds). See also Definitive Securities, Book-entry Securities, Stock, Bonds.
3. ) Paper certificates (definitive securities) or electronic records (book-entry securities) evidencing ownership of equity (stocks) or debt obligations (bonds).
4. ) General name for all stocks and shares of all types. Stocks are Fixed Interest securities and Shares are the rest, though strictly speaking, the distinction is that Stocks are denominated in money terms.
5. ) General name for stocks and shares of all types.
6. ) A broad term for shares and other investments that are essentially a legal claim to part ownership of a company and/or to financial entitlements (eg interest payments). By definition, securities can be traded among investors. Capital notes, bonds and some other interest-paying investments are securities tradable through NZX Markets.
7. ) A term used to refer to all shares, debentures, notes and bonds.
8. ) Stocks, Bonds, Money Market Instruments, And Other Investment Vehicles.
BOND VALUE (FOR CONVERTIBLE SECURITIES), BOOK ENTRY SECURITIES, CERTIFICATE OF ACCRUAL ON TREASURY SECURITIES (CATS), DISCOUNT SECURITIES, HIGH-YIELD SECURITIES, PUBLIC SECURITIES ASSOCIATION (PSA), SECURITIES INFORMATION CENTER (SIC), SECURITIES LENDING, SECURITIES INFORMATION CENTER (SIC), SECURITIES INVESTORS PROTECTION CORPORATION (SIPC), TREASURY INFLATION-PROTECTED SECURITIES (TIPS), TYPE I SECURITIES, TYPE II SECURITIES, TYPE III SECURITIES, TYPE V SECURITIES, TYPE IV SECURITIES, AGENCY SECURITIES, DEBT SECURITIES, DISTRESSED SECURITIES, EXEMPT SECURITIES