Primary Market means on any of (a) the American Stock Exchange, (b) New York Stock Exchange, (c) the Nasdaq Global Select Market, (d) the Nasdaq Global Market, (e) the Nasdaq Capital Market, or (e) the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (“OTCBB”)
Examples of Primary Market in a sentence
At the Primary Market Auction (PMA) held in August, the demand for treasury instruments weakened, with the total subscription declining by 66.93% MoM to NGN312.56bn.
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 a market on which the shares of a Fund are subscribed orredeemed (off exchange) directly with the Company;