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secondary market

noun, Stock Exchange.
the market that exists for an issue after large blocks of shares have been publicly distributed.
Also called aftermarket. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • They can, however, sell the bond to someone else in the secondary market.
  • No more tickets are available, except through the secondary market.
  • Usually people steal because there is a secondary market.
  • No matter what, you may want to consider a secondary market for timeshares.
  • But a secondary market for the deals has already popped up.
  • The secondary market involves the resale of art objects, either through private dealers or via auction houses.
  • It is not easy for a firm to play both the primary and the secondary market.
  • After that, their new owners often sell them in the secondary market.
  • But once the mainland offering takes place, price movements become random: the secondary market is not a good buy.
  • But even that may change as a deeper and more liquid secondary market develops.

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