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Manipulation

The illegal act of buying or selling securities for the purpose of creating a misleading impression of market activity to induce the purchase or sales of securities by others.

Margin Account

An account where the brokerage firm lends a customer money for purchases of securities or securities for short sale.

Margin Call

A brokerage house's request for a customer to put up more cash or securities because existing collateral has fallen below the agreed upon minimum maintenance requirements.

Margin Security

Security that may be bought or sold in a margin account.

Market Capitalization

This is the aggregate market value of a listed security. It is equal to the market price per share, multiplied by the total number of outstanding share.

Market Index

An index is a statistical number that measure the change of securities prices now relative to some base value.

Market Order

An order to buy or sell a stock at the market's current best displayed price, given one's position.

Market Price

The last reported price at which a security was traded on an exchange or the current quote.

Market Risk

Exposure to changes in market prices.

Market to Book Value (times) Market to Book Value (times) = Market Price of Share / Book Value.

Marketability

A measure of ease or difficulty with which a security can be resold in the secondary market. Good marketability indicates that there is an active market in which the security can be resold.

Matching

Comparison of the terms of a trade to ensure the details from both parties match.

Merger

A voluntary combination of two or more companies whereby both stocks are merged into one.

Money Market Funds Funds where borrowing and lending is for a period of less than one year, including certificates of deposit, repurchase agreements, and treasury bills.

Money Supply

The amount of money in a given economy, consisting primarily of currency in circulation and deposits by banks.
There exist a number of different measures of the money supply, among them M1 and M2.

Money Supply (M1)

Equals the currency with the public plus demand deposits in Jordanian dinar with the banking system of the private sector (resident), public entities, and non-banking financial institutions, plus demand deposits of other banking institutions in Jordan dinar with the Central Bank of Jordan only.

Money Supply (M2)

Equals the money supply (M1) plus quasi-money. On the asset side, it equals net domestic assets plus net foreign assets of the banking system.

Mutual Fund

An established investment fund whereby an investment company pools funds from investors in order to purchase a wide variety of financial instruments that will meet the fund's investment goals.