Negotiated markets

Negotiated markets

Markets in which each transaction is separately negotiated between buyer and seller (i.e., an investor and a dealer).

Negotiated Market

A secondary market in which potential buyers and sellers negotiate the price of each transaction. Most stock exchanges are negotiated markets: buyers express interest by posting bid prices and sellers do the same with ask prices. A negotiated market operates according to the law of supply and demand. See also: Market price, Fair market value.
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The cost to insure Dubai's debt against default rose 82 basis points this month to 466 basis points yesterday, according to data provider CMA, which is owned by CME Group and compiles prices quoted by dealers in privately negotiated markets.
From auctions to negotiated markets to continuous exchanges, ePIT powers Internet markets.
The cost of protecting Reliance's debt using credit-default swaps has risen 132 basis points to 324 basis points this quarter, the most since the three months ended December 31, 2008, according to CMA, which is owned by CME Group and compiles prices quoted by dealers in privately negotiated markets.