TeachMeFinance.com - explain Market difference
Market difference -- A change in the market price after a
stock has been bought or sold short, necessitating the providing
of more margin (or perhaps permitting the withdrawal of
margin in part or in whole).
For information as to deposits of margin required to cover
market differences on time contracts in stocks , grain, cotton,
coffee, etc., see Mutual deposits on a contract.
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