current margin

current margin

[′kər·ənt ‚mär·jən]
(communications)
Difference between the steady-state currents flowing through a telegraph receiving instrument corresponding respectively to the two positions of the telegraph transmitter.
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The more adventurous financial investors may take the opportunity to enter the market; however, the current margin squeeze, low oil prices, and sluggish demand could suppress some investors' appetites.
Financial information group Moneyfacts said the current margin of 3.
Victory for Warrington will reduce the leaders' current margin of 33 points and increase their title chances, but defeat is likely to leave them battling for the other promotion spot.
The current margin is available at 3-1, with both sides having four games left, while a single point is available at 6-1.
If the current margin holds, however, no automatic recount would be necessary, Newingham said: The margin has to be less than one-fifth of 1 percent - about six votes with the current Creswell turnout.
Ruby Walsh - on the 55-winner mark for the term - should now be able to extend the current margin of three he holds over the Carberry to put the championship beyond his rival's grasp.
ISDA believes that current margin proposals for non-cleared swaps could have a harmful impact on those vital markets and on systemic resiliency.
The current margin is greater than two-to-one in favor of "less comfortable.
Management did not disclose the average EBITDA margin for these models, however said that they target higher margin than current margin of GAZ Group as a whole.
The current margin is the biggest in Clinton's favor since March 17-19 polling.
Belmay and Jupiter's current margin, which, as expected, is lower than Frutarom's.