How will peak margin affect my margins for trading in the derivatives segment?

How will peak margin affect my margins for trading in the derivatives segment?

For Intraday trading: The maximum exposure for intraday trades will now be limited to 5X For Hedge Margin Trades: If you're trading with a hedge, you enjoy the margin benefit. However, if you decide to close the hedge position, it's crucial to first close the leg of the transaction with higher margin requirements. Failing to do so may increase your peak margin requirement, and if you don't have enough margin available, it could result in a penalty you'll have to bear.
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