Definition of "mark-to-market"
  1. A daily process used in US futures exchanges that adjusts the value of a futures or option contract based on the current market price in order to maintain minimum margin equity
How to use "mark-to-market" in a sentence
  1. The increase in the price of gold impacted the mark-to-market value of various investors' futures.
  2. During a volatile market, the mark-to-market calculation can significantly affect an investor's account balance.
  3. For traders, maintaining a steady mark-to-market is essential for sustaining their investment.

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