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1. In Accounting, this is posting an asset as ‘marked’ or recorded at actual purchase / acquisition price or book value in the account books. 2. in Securities, this is a security’s daily revaluation to show current market value instead of book value / acquisition price. Also known as marked to market or marking to market.


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