margin call


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Noun1.margin call - a demand by a broker that a customer deposit enough to bring his margin up to the minimum requirementmargin call - a demand by a broker that a customer deposit enough to bring his margin up to the minimum requirement
demand - an urgent or peremptory request; "his demands for attention were unceasing"
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To introduce the new enhancements, BNY Mellon has partnered with AcadiaSoft to connect with its electronic margin call system called MarginSphere.
The break meant missing out on a red-carpet appearance at the Berlin Film Festival to promote her new movie Margin Call.
Investment philosophy: ``If you trade on margin, have enough liquid capital to cover your margin call.
MARGIN CALL :According to the FINRA Claim, Goldman Sachs issued a margin call for the two executives' investment accounts, which were managed by Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management Group, under false pretenses, wrongly claiming an SEC Rule mandated the margin call when no such rule existed.
But if the price falls to $70 a share in the margin account - $7,000 in your total portfolio - then you get a margin call.
With greater attention on collateral management due to heightened regulatory oversight, it is now essential for firms to create efficiencies and increase transparency through automation of their margin call and collateral management operations.
MARGIN CALL: According to the FINRA Claim, Goldman Sachs issued a margin call for the two executives' investment accounts, which were managed by Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management Group, under false pretenses, wrongly claiming an SEC Rule mandated the margin call when no such rule existed.
This upcharge is normally applied to customer accounts when they are receiving a margin call.
14, 2011 should read: Margin Call (sted Marginal Call)
In recent days, there have been a number of large margin call related stock sales by insiders.
The suit alleges Goldman Sachs issued a margin call for the two executives' investment accounts, which were managed by Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management Group, under false pretenses, wrongly claiming an SEC Rule mandated the margin call when no such rule existed.
As a result, many FedEx shareholders who used their FedEx stock as collateral for margin loans most likely received a margin call and a substantial portion of their stock was liquidated, which led to substantial losses.