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You've borrowed $20,000 on margin to buy shares in disney, which is now selling at $40 per share. your account starts at the initial margin requirement of 50%. the maintenance margin is 35%. two days later, the stock price falls to $35 per share. a. will you receive a margin call? b. how low can the price of disney shares fall before you receive a margin call?

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