mark-to-market

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mark + to + market

Noun[edit]

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mark-to-market (plural mark-to-markets)

  1. (finance, accounting) Assigning a value to an asset equal to the current market price of the asset or one calculated based on related standardised assets for which there is a market.

Usage notes[edit]

  • Usually used attributively.