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Secondary Market

The market for all investors in a security, except for the first ones to whom a new issue of a security is sold. The secondary market consists of all sellers and buyers, except for the issuer and the first group of investors who bought the issue. The secondary market is often less volatile than the primary market because it is easier to determine the underlying value of a security after it has already begun trading. Nearly all trading of a security occurs on the secondary market.

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MD & CEO, Sunil Pahilajani, said, "With an ever increasing vehicle population in India, there is a vast untapped potential in the after-market space.
is a provider of lifecycle care for after-market service, operating in the areas of communications, computers and consumer electronics.
Colonel Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, director of Dubai Traffic Police, said that it is illegal to install after-market xenon lights on cars.
is one of the top suppliers of high-tech after-market services and provides total lifecycle care solutions for the world of Computers, Communications and Consumer Electronics (3Cs) and has 30 years of proven performance in after-market services.
Elcoteq also said today that Nokia has named it partner to provide its customers with after-market services for Nokia devices.
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According to Rajeev Dubey, President (HR, after-market & corporate services) and member of the group management board, M&M, the company is planning to invest INR2.
Pilkington said it hopes to supply more of its glass into this after-market as a result of the acquisitions.
Contact: Scott Oaks, Manager, After-Market Sales & Service
Motch and Cone's machine manufacturing and rebuilding businesses will be transferred to DBII's Twinsburg, OH, facility, and the after-market parts inventory will go to its Rockford, IL, facility.
NYSE:IMN), a worldwide provider of data storage and information management, recently announced an agreement with IBM to manage and deliver after-market data storage media distribution services for IBM worldwide.
It enables micro-caps to raise funds (up to $10 million) through IPOs, without incurring huge offering expenses; it gives investors after-market liquidity via on-line trading; and it bans short-selling.