Manager-of-manager funds: Fund whose investments are based on investing in funds managed by specific fund managers.
Market capitalisation: The value of a company that is traded on the stock market, calculated by multiplying the total number of shares by the present share price; a measure of corporate size.
Market indicators: A variety of indices (technical indicators) that give an indication to traders of the overall direction and strength of the market.
Market maker: A market maker is someone appointed by a company to deal in its shares. The market maker must offer the shares, is obliged to quote buy and sell prices and must deal in them at the quoted prices throughout the mandatory specified time.
Market value: The estimated amount for which a property can be sold on a given date.
Marriage value: Is applicable to leasehold properties. Marriage value refers to the increase in greater total property value following a lease extension or collective enfranchisement.
Mid price of shares: The value midway between the best selling (bid) price and the buying (offer) price of shares. It can simply be defined as the average of the current bid and ask prices being quoted.