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Outside market

Used in the context of general equities. Outside the inside market (above the lowest offering and below the highest bid).
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Outside Market

On the over-the-counter market, any bid lower than the highest bid and any ask above the lowest ask. See also: Inside market.
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LAHORE -- The City Traffic Police (CTP) would get registered cases against those who set up illegal parking stands, encroachments and wrong parking outside markets, marriages halls and educational institutes.
The key "outside markets" are also in a bullish daily posture for the precious metals markets today, as the US dollar index is lower and crude oil prices are higher.
Eng Yahya al Hadidi, director of department of fish market regulation at the MoAF said, 'According to the Ministerial Decision No 312/2014, it is illegal to sell fish outside markets and the ports specified.'
LAHORE -- The City Traffic Police (CTP) have deployed additional 34 inspectors, 14 patrolling officers and 191 traffic wardens under the supervision of DSPs to ensure smooth traffic flow outside markets, shopping malls and other places.
EXPLORING OUTSIDE MARKETS. A group of 77 Salvadoran companies from different sectors are exploring markets in Honduras, Nicaragua, Ecuador and Chile, reports Elsalvador.com (Oct.
North Bay already has 60 to 70 exporting companies, but Aspin said this opens the door for other companies throughout Northern Ontario that would like to have access to outside markets that they might not otherwise have access without the initiative.
When divisions have the option to transact in outside markets if they cannot reach agreement internally, conventional economic reasoning holds that a selling division would hesitate to accept less and a buying division would hesitate to pay more than the external market price.
Park officials estimate that between 60,000 and one million sea cucumbers are exported each month through the mainland to outside markets. It will ultimately be consumers who decide the fate of the Galapagos' "fruit of the sea." CONTACT: The Biodiversity Legal Foundation, 944 Pearl Street, Studio C, Boulder, CO 80302/(303)443-5518.
Among other things, he demonstrates that the complex agrarian arrangements and marketing systems and fairs of early modern Castile regularly brought locals into contact with itinerant peddlers, urban wholesalers, muleteers, seasonal migrant workers, and royal officials and tax collectors and that even residents of remote mountain villages engaged in artisan production for outside markets. Most notably, in the chapter entitled "Family Relations with the Outside World," Vassberg argues convincingly that it was common for youths to be employed as servants for several years before marriage and that, particularly in the case of males, this period of "life-cycle service" (p.
'Low prices and discounted sales being offered at the stalls set up outside markets like Anarkali, Ichhra, Moon Market, Karim Block Market etc., have become most attractive for customers,' said Munawar Ahmed, a representative of traders at Anarkali Market.
The key 'outside markets' were in a bullish posture for the precious metals markets today, as the US dollar index is weaker on a corrective pullback from recent strong gains.