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Primary market

• The first buyer of a newly issued security buys that security in the primary market. All subsequent trading of those securities is done in the secondary market.

• Market in which financial securities are initially issued and where the issuer receives the proceeds from the sale of the financial security (ie. capital formation occurs).

• The first opportunity that investors have to buy a newly-issued security occurs in the Primary Market. After the first purchases, subsequent trading is said to occur in the Secondary Market.

 
 

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Auction market
Bank market
Bear market
Black market
Breadth of a market
Brokered market
Bull market
Bulldog market
Buyer's market
Capital market
Capital market efficiency
Capital market imperfections view
Capital market line
Carrying charge market
Cash market
Common market
Common stock market
Complete capital market
Corner a market
Crossed market
Currencies and major foreign market hedge funds
Dealer market
Debt market
Depth of a market
Direct search market
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Efficient capital market
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Efficient market hypothesis
Either way market
Equilibrium market price of risk
Equity market
Eurocurrency loan market
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European open market
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Fair market price
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Federal funds market
Federal open market committee
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Foreign equity market
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Foreign market beta
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Fourth market
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Internally efficient market
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Market segmentation theory or preferred habitat theory
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Marking to market
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Perfect capital market
Perfect market view of capital structure
Perfect market view of dividend policy
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Primary offering
Ratio of exchange in market price
Real market
Rembrandt market
Samurai market
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Security market line
Security market plane
Seller's market
Side of the market
Specific issues market
Spot market
Stock market
Technical condition of a market
Thin market
Third market
Tight market
Two sided market
Two way market
Underlying market price
Upstairs market
Yankee market

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