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Remargin

To place more cash or securities into a margin account as collateral following a margin call. In a margin call, a brokerage requires a client to remargin because the market value of the collateral currently in the account has fallen below the margin requirement, which is a least 25% (and sometimes 50%) of the value of the securities the client has purchased with borrowed money. Remargining occurs to force the client to comply with federal regulations and/or the brokerage's own rules.

remargin

To deposit additional cash or securities in a margin account when equity in the account is judged to be insufficient to meet the maintenance margin requirement.
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While the company has reduced its joint venture exposure, Standard Pacific's liquidity may be negatively impacted by potential re-margining contributions as well as cash outflow from unwinding certain JVs.
While the company has reduced its JV exposure, Standard Pacific's liquidity may be negatively impacted by potential re-margining contributions as well as cash outflow from unwinding certain JVs.
While the company has reduced its joint venture exposure, SPF's liquidity may be negatively impacted by potential re-margining contributions as well as cash outflow from unwinding certain JVs.
While SPF has reduced its joint venture exposure, the company's liquidity may be negatively impacted by potential re-margining contributions as well as cash outflow from unwinding certain joint ventures.
In addition to upcoming debt maturities, potential cash uses include re-margining contributions to unconsolidated joint ventures and termination of certain JV partnerships.
Furthermore, Standard Pacific's liquidity may be negatively impacted by credit enhancements provided by the company to its unconsolidated JVs, which may require re-margining contributions if the underlying collateral securing the debt of these JVs falls in value.
Furthermore, Standard Pacific's liquidity may be negatively impacted by credit enhancements provided by the company to its unconsolidated joint ventures, which may require re-margining contributions if the underlying collateral securing the debt of these joint ventures falls in value.