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Mark to Market

To record a change in the value of an asset or fund to reflect its current fair market value. Marking to market occurs on a daily basis and is used for a number of purposes. Notably, investors mark to market a portfolio or security to ensure that a margin account is meeting its minimum maintenance.
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According to Bill Jordan, General Manager of MTM Metalizing, the zinc coating on the flare boom will provide significantly better long-term protection than other anti-corrosion measures.
MTM is intended to detect a range of stress-concentrating anomalies such as metal loss, cracks, dents, laminations and inclusions.
Eleven national pharmacists organizations, including ASCP, AMCP, ACCP and APhA, have developed a consensus definition of MTM services that includes patient assessment with review of pertinent laboratory data; calculation of liver and kidney function; comprehensive medication review; formulation of a medication treatment plan; a recommendation process for additions and modifications to medication therapy; monitoring drug therapy outcomes; detection of adverse drug events; patient education and empowerment; documenting treatment plans; and, communicating treatment plans to other providers.
MTM is working with Advanced Resources International (ARI), a US company selected by the US EPA to undertake feasibility studies to evaluate potential coal mine methane capture and use projects in China.
While most other financial companies have reported losses on derivatives, the mortgage lender said that it has made an MTM gain of INR2.93bn on its portfolio.
The goal of an MTM machine is to produce a finished part in a single setup.
Once the appropriately filed election is approved by the Service, the taxpayer can use MTM rules for recognizing gains and losses.
The minimum criteria to qualify for a MTM program include having at least five chronic conditions, with at least two from this list: hypertension, elevated serum cholesterol, heart failure, diabetes, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Although individual beneficiaries will not pay for the MTM programs, they are required to enroll.
MTM plans to develop its product range further once premises have been secured in Liverpool.
(MTM), Anniston, Alabama, was named the National Business Assn.'s "2000 Incubator Client of the Year" in the "Manufacturing/Automation" category.
MTM was almost acquired last year by troubled systems integrator BTG Inc, which eventually pulled out of the deal for "financial considerations." MTM demanded a $500,000 termination fee (CI No 3,349).