- (finance, accounting) Assigning a value to an asset equal to the current market price of the asset or one calculated based on related standardised assets for which there is a market.
- Usually used attributively.
(plural mark to markets)
- Alternative spelling of mark-to-market.
- (accounting, finance) To value an asset at its current actual or estimated market price.
mark-to-market - Investment & Finance Definition
An accounting standard by which companies value their assets and liabilities on their balance sheet using the assets’ current market values. Traders in the futures industry also have to mark-to-market their books at the end of each day.