A day in which financial markets are open for trading.
See Banking Day.
A standard day for conducting business.
A day on which a Federal Reserve Bank to which a Member may send applicable items for presentment is open for business, other than a state bank holiday.
For electric utilities, as determined by the North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC), the business day typically begins at 6 A.M. (the hour ending 0700) for a 24-hour period. Holidays are also determined by NERC and are separate from U.S.-designated holidays.
Days on which a bank or market is open for business or trading; usually excludes Saturdays, Sundays and legal public holidays.
Is a calendar day other than a Saturday or a Sunday. These dates are not considered business days; January 1, the third Monday in January, the third Monday in February, the last Monday in May, July 4, the first Monday in September, the second Monday in October, November 11, the fourth Thursday in November, or December 25. If January 1, July 4, November 11, or December 25 falls on a Sunday, the next Monday is not a business day.
Any day on which a participating Depository Financial Institution (or ACH Operator) is open for carrying on substantially all of its business functions (as defined in Regulation E).
A day on which the KLSE is open for normal business.
A day on which the Stock Exchange is open for business.
The period from 00.01 - 24.00 on any working day; i.e. excluding weekends and public holidays. Used to determine the intended settlement date of trades executed.
Means a day other than a national public holiday or weekend.
Any day on which the large commercial banks that trade currencies are open for business.
The part of a day during which most businesses are operating, usually from 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday.
For financial transactions, business days are specified by the U.S. Federal Reserve. For a complete listing, please visit the Federal Reserve website.
A day in which federal banks are required or authorized to be open to do business. Capacity The ability of the borrower/co-borrower to repay the loan.
a day on which the offices of the business entity are open to the public for carrying on substantially all of its business functions
a day that is not a Legal Holiday
a day when people at the post office and the bank work
a day when there are meetings or formal activities related to a political, legislative or governmental purpose
a regular work day
a weekday in Seattle, Washington, USA, that CheesePeople does not observe as a holiday
Banking business day.
Any weekday, excluding federal holidays.
Everyday except Saturday, Sunday, and legal holidays.
First National Bank Omaha defines a business day as Monday through Friday. All bank holidays are not considered business days. First National Bank of Omaha holidays are New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Shall mean any day on which banks are open for business in New York.
Any day on which a foreign exchange contract can be settled.
Any weekday when the Company's business office is open in the normal course of business.
Any day on which banks and financial markets are open for business.
Any day that the banks in New York or the state in which the Correspondentâ€(tm)s servicing operations are located are open for business to the public except a Saturday, Sunday, or federal holiday.
Any day except Saturday, Sunday or public/bank holiday in England or a day designated not to be by the LME directors.
First National Bank of Kansas defines a business day as Monday-Friday. All bank holidays are not considered business days. First National Bank of Kansas holidays are New Years Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
A calendar day other than Saturday, Sunday or a federal holiday.
See working day
A day on which business is transacted between Monday and Friday, excluding holidays. Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays are considered part of the next business day.
any day on which banks in Melbourne or Sydney are able to effect settlement through Reserve Bank of Australia.
means 9am to 5pm on Monday to Friday, excluding any gazetted Australian public holidays.
Any day on which the Exchange is open for the business of dealing in securities
In the foreign exchange markets, typically a day on which the banks in the relevant country are open to make and receive payments in its currency.
(US) for electricity utilities, as determined by the North American Electric Reliability Council (Nerc), the business day typically begins at 6am for a 24-hour period. Holidays are also determined by Nerc and may be separate from US- designated holidays.
a day where the financial markets are open
Any day upon which the Exchange is open for business.
a day (other than a Saturday or Sunday) on which the clearing banks are open for business in the City of London;
Every day of the year except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
The securities industry considers a business day to be any day that the financial markets are open for trading. In determining settlement dates for regular way securities transactions--trade date plus 3 business days--weekends and legal holidays are not counted. See: Financial Market; Settlement Date
Any day which is an English bank working day (that is days of the week not including Saturdays, Sundays and English public holidays).
A day on which regular trading occurs in the market for the loaned security or security accepted as collateral.
A day in which normal business is transacted. Generally, Monday to Friday but not weekends or holidays.
means 9a.m. to 5p.m. on Monday to Friday, excluding any gazetted Australian public holidays.
Monday to Friday inclusive, except New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and any other day that APX declares is not a business day.
Any day the New York Stock Exchange is open for trading.
Means Monday through Friday, except for federal and state holidays.
In the context of CIBTâ€(tm)s processing times, a â€œBusiness Dayâ€ is each full day allowed to CIBT for processing any complete set of application materials, provided that both CIBT and the issuing authority are open for business.
A day on which the exchanges are open for business.
Any day on which commercial banks are open for business other than Saturday or Sunday in the principal financial center of the country in whose currency a position is taken.
a day which is a working day in the country where transaction takes place
Those days when most corporate and government offices are open for business, usually any day except Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays. The business day begins at 9:00 AM for a 24-hour period. Cache An area of computer memory (either held on a chip or else on a hard disk) that is used to temporally store data files in order to increase the speed of access to them.
Every working day that insurance companies are open for business, which excludes Saturday, Sunday, and holidays.
A day on which exchanges are open for trading.
means a day (not being a Saturday or Sunday) when banks are open in London for the transaction of general banking business.
A business day for the application process will be defined as Monday through Friday and will exclude any Federal holiday in which we are not open for business.
All week days excluding those days on which the Federal Reserve Bank of New York is closed. Cancellation: The termination of a Transaction prior to Authorization of the Transaction Request from the Terminal Operator to the CAS.
a standard day for doing business when banks are open. Excludes weekends and public holidays
A predetermined range of hours that serve as a beginning and ending point for the tracking of totals and activity.Example: A 7-Eleven is a 24-hour operation, but it is not effective for forecasting to track totals perpetually. Therefore, they define a particular hour (usually very early morning) to have all totals reset. The hour when this happens would be considered the end of the previous business day, and the beginning of the new business day.
A business day is a duration of time standardized to the seven-day work week, used to differentiate calendar days, based on a seven-day week, from the time period when a company is in operation.