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Why is my Buying Power zero when I have positive Excess Liquidity?

MEXEM applies House margins to Initial margin requirements. Positions with higher Initial than Maintenance margins could result in negative Available Funds but positive Excess Liquidity. When Available Funds are negative, margin-increasing orders are prohibited. Actual Buying Power depends on your account type and traded products. For more details on Buying Power, refer to the MEXEM Knowledge Base.

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What is an IPO?

An IPO is an initial offering, made to the public, to purchase shares in what has historically been a privately owned company. If an Initial Public Offering (IPO) is successfully completed, the shares that have been issued by the company will become publicly tradable on the listing exchange...

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