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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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and then at the Toulouse, France headquarters as Head of Customer Service Solutions - evolving the aircraft manufacturer's Flight Hour Services (FHS) program as a key element in its after-market growth strategy.
This order is expected to cater to the Russian after-market demand, and SSWL will get access to opportunities to increase foothold in export market.
Teleplan's in-depth technical knowledge for our cutting edge Modem products coupled with their knowledge and expertise of designing End-to-End After-Market Service Solutions was a key decision to award Teleplan our EMEA business, stated Ben Huang, Vice President and General Manager UBEE Interactive EMEA.
The top after-market Nasdaq losers were Novavax Inc, Infinera Corporation, InterDigital Inc and IAC/InterActiveCorp.
Industrial after-market director Steve Watson said: "The industrial after-market can enjoy the same levels of customised solution as new build.
Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) (BSE: 500520) (NSE: M&M), an India-based automaker, is increasing its presence in the after-market sector.
GIMA, which employs 275 people, supplies the after-market with windscreens, side glazing and back light glass through its five outlets in Hungary and 21 in Romania.
He and Venegas have spoken to car companies about the possibility of offering it on new cars, but even as an after-market accessory, sales grossed more than $120,000 last year.
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.
But I suspect there is another, deeper issue here-namely, that even without political constraints, advocates of a living wage would not be satisfied with any plan that relies on after-market redistribution.
The After-Market Service Business will be headed by Joe Uricchio, director, and support all of L&N's Industrial and Utility products and systems, as well as selected third-party equipment, with a dedicated commitment to ensure continued customer satisfaction.