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Close market

An market in which there is a narrow spread between bid and offer prices, due to a high volume of trading and many competing market makers.

Close Market

A market for a security with a very low bid-ask spread. That is, there is a very small difference between the highest price a buyer is willing to pay and the lowest price that a seller is willing to take. A close market occurs when trading is very active and there are a larger number of market makers working on the same security.

close market

A narrow spread between the bid price and ask price of a security. A close market in a security is facilitated by active trading and multiple market makers.
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Aerial firing and ransacking of public and private properties was reported in many areas as supporters of ASWJ burned tyres on roads and forcibly closed markets and business activities in various parts.
Schools were closed after the death of four persons, and frightened shopkeepers closed markets, when the funeral of these two passed on their way to burials.