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Inside market

Refers to over-the-counter trading. Best (highest) bid and best (lowest) offer, often used in the O.T.C. Market. See: In-line.

Inside Market

Buying and selling between dealers and/or institutional investors. The inside market provides liquidity to the market and thus has a lower bid-ask spread than other markets. Inside markets may also refer to over-the-counter trading.

inside market

A market involving price quotes for a security trade between dealers. Price quotes between dealers usually entail a higher bid and a lower ask than quotes on the same security made to individual investors. Compare retail market. See also wholesale.
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