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Textbook Problem

Differentiate between dealer markets and stock markets that have a physical location.

Summary Introduction

To describe: The difference between the dealer market and stock market.

Introduction:

Dealer Market: A market where all the dealers consists and set the prices of commodities to deal with is known as dealer market. Foreign exchange is an example of dealer market.

Stock Market: A market where all the stock related dealings are happen is known as stock market.

Explanation

The difference between dealer market and stock market:

BasisDealers MarketStock Market
MeaningA market where all the dealers are exist.A market where all the investors are exists.

Dealing

In the dealers market, all the dealers put the prices of the...

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