Spread position value is calculated by multiplying the weighted average price of position in far month contract and spread position quantity. Spread margin % is then applied to spread position value to arrive at spread margin.
In the above mentioned example margin position of 100 shares in Future – ACC- 26 Mar 2002 will be subjected to IM% and 100 spread position quantity would attract spread margin %. However, you will able to view only overall margin figure on open position page. Assuming IM and spread margin at 20% and 10% respectively, overall margin to be calculated as follows:
(a) Spread Margin
(b) Non-Spread Margin
(c) Overall Margin
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