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  • Margin Definition | Investopedia

    Margin is borrowed money that is used to purchase securities.

  • Margin - definition of margin by The Free Dictionary

    3. A limit in a condition or process, beyond or below which something is no longer possible or acceptable: the margin of reality; has crossed the margin of civilized ...

  • Margin Call (2011) - IMDb

    The movie "Margin Call" depicts the events that immediately preceded the Financial Crisis in 2008 within a nameless Investment Bank. What I like especially about the ...

  • Margin (finance) - Wikipedia

    Margin account. A margin account is a loan account by a share trader with a broker which can be used for share trading. The funds available under the margin loan are ...

  • The Margin - Wikipedia

    The Margin is a live album by Peter Hammill, documenting early nineteen-eighties concerts by his K Group. Hammill was K (on vocals, piano and guitar), Nic Potter was ...

  • On the margins of - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

    Existing at the periphery of a larger group, receiving less or little attention compared to the majority. The collective has been on the margins of the New York art ...

  • Net Profit Margin - Investopedia

    Net profit margin, or net margin, is equal to net income or profits divided by total revenue and represents how much profit each dollar of sales generates.

  • Margin | Definition of Margin by Merriam-Webster

    Margin as a Financial Ratio Let's assume Company XYZ records $1 million in net income for 2008 and $10 million in sales. By using the formula described above, we can ...

  • Margin | Define Margin at

    Margin definition, the space around the printed or written matter on a page. See more.

  • The Margin

    Devices Cost-effective computing . In this issue’s comparative review, we put entry-level laptops through their paces. When directly compared to more expensive, mid ...

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