When comparing a primary market and a secondary market, which is trueO the secondary market for stocks like Apple is relatively illiquidO The secondary market is for debt and the primary market is for equityThe primary market for stocks is much bigger than the secondary marketO In a primary offering, the company gets the money raised

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When comparing a primary market and a secondary market, which is true
O the secondary market for stocks like Apple is relatively illiquid
O The secondary market is for debt and the primary market is for equity
The primary market for stocks is much bigger than the secondary market
O In a primary offering, the company gets the money raised
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When comparing a primary market and a secondary market, which is true O the secondary market for stocks like Apple is relatively illiquid O The secondary market is for debt and the primary market is for equity The primary market for stocks is much bigger than the secondary market O In a primary offering, the company gets the money raised

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