settlement cycle

settlement cycle
расчетный цикл; расчетный период; период исполнения сделки
C&S промежуток между днем совершения сделки и днем расчетов (в настоящее время расчеты по сделкам с акциями в США происходят через три рабочих дня после даты заключения сделки (T+3), а расчетный цикл для сделок с казначейскими облигациями составляет T+1)
trade-to-settlement cycle, settlement period; settlement interval
см. тж.: T+5, T+3, T+1, T+0

Англо-русский словарь терминов по депозитарному хранению и клирингу. . 2002-2009.

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