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  • v. Present participle of margin.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Margins collectively; also, the form or character of a margin; marks or colors bordering a surface: as, a black margining.

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Examples

  • It keeps you from borrowing a lot of money, known as margining, and hoping that stocks will make a magical move upward.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • But anything that may relate to those products benefit from this portfolio margining.

    Transcript: Walter Lukken

  • It's a joint venture of the New York Stock Exchange and the Depository Trust Clearing Corporation--two longstanding institutions in finance in New York that wanted to build a derivatives clearinghouse to take advantage of what we call portfolio margining.

    Transcript: Walter Lukken

  • So if you are an exchange and want to plug into us because you have a product that you would like to trade and be a part of the one pot portfolio margining system, you can come to us.

    Get Briefed: Walter Lukken

  • I think others in the marketplace are looking for the same type of one pot margining.

    Get Briefed: Walter Lukken

  • The Natural Gas Supply Association and the National Corn Growers Association estimated that the costs of mandating clearing and margining for the whole OTC derivatives market could hit $900 billion.

    Minimum Thresholds for Swaps Urged

  • "Customer portfolio margining is a key prerequisite to making CDS clearing attractive to clients," he said.

    ICE Unveils Margin Offsets for Dealers on Cleared Swaps

  • The long-term rating was put on negative watch last March after S&P expressed concern about the impact of a now-abandoned margining program.

    Ghost of MF Haunts CME

  • We'll probably finalize these margining rules toward the end of this year, so we have some time to look at these together.

    Keep on Hedging

  • There are also a number of additional investments in back office operations that will be necessary to capture and calculate risk for purposes of new margining regimes.

    So Many Regulations, So Little Time

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