Primary Market definition

Primary Market means the market in which loans are made to borrowers by lenders,

Examples of Primary Market in a sentence

  • Therefore, investors in Mutual Funds by default enjoy the benefit of acquiring lucrative stocks at the Primary Market.

  • The broker’s order entry/routing system may have a parameter set to reflect that it is a market maker in the context of one local exchange; meanwhile, the system may have a parameter set to reflect that it is a Designated Primary Market Maker (DPM) in the context of another exchange, and that it is not a registered market maker in the context of a third exchange.


More Definitions of Primary Market

Primary Market means any of (a) the NYSE Amex (b) the New York Stock Exchange, (c) the Nasdaq Stock Market, (d) the Nasdaq Capital Market, (e) Pink OTC Markets, Inc. (including any of the OTCQX, OTC Bulletin Board, and the Pink Sheets) or (f) any successor to any of the foregoing markets or exchanges.
Primary Market means the market of the capacity traded directly by the transmission system operator;
Primary Market means the market of the capacity traded directly by the TSO.
Primary Market means a market on which the shares of a Fund are subscribed orredeemed (off exchange) directly with the Company;
Primary Market means, in respect of the acquisition of a Collateral Debt Obligation, such Collateral Debt Obligation was acquired within 3 months of the date of issue thereof.
Primary Market means the States corresponding to the respective regional channels set out herein below. For example, the Primary Market for “Zee Rajasthan News” shall be the state of Rajasthan.
Primary Market means the Nasdaq Capital Market and any successor to any of the foregoing markets or exchanges.