dealer market

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Dealer market

Where traders specializing in particular commodities buy and sell assets for their own accounts.
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Dealer Market

The market for traders who are trading on their own accounts, as opposed to traders to conduct transactions on behalf of clients. Dealer markets exist to create the greatest liquidity possible for other transactions. One of the most prominent dealer markets is NASDAQ. See also: Dealer, Broker-dealer.
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dealer market

A market in which securities are bought and sold through a network of dealers who buy, sell, and take positions in various security issues. Compare auction market, open outcry.
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The motor vehicle and parts dealers' market consists of sales of motor vehicles and parts and related services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that sell l automobiles, other motor vehicles, automotive parts, accessories, and tires to ultimate users.
WEDNESDAY 'Big Brum' dealers' market in Birmingham city centre's Bull Ring and market area, attracting several thousand buyers and sellers from all over Britain and abroad to the city, open 7.30am.
First, the Korean government will reinforce the primary dealers' market making functions by downsizing the maximum asking price gap and increasing the number of mandatory asking prices.
Since then, as the number of used car superstores has grown to reach 90 outlets in 2002, franchised dealers' market share has fallen to 25%.
Since then, as the number of used car superstores has grown to reach 90 outlets in 2002, the market share of used car superstores has increased while franchised dealers' market share has fallen to 25pc.