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curb market

Syllabification: curb mar·ket

Definition of curb market in English:

noun

A market for selling shares not dealt with on the normal stock exchange.
Example sentences
  • Meanwhile, private-equity funds are active traders in Vietnam's flourishing informal curb market in shares, which has a market capitalization of about $2 billion.
  • But if the banks were doing a better job of allocating capital in the first place, there would be less need for a curb market.
  • The Department shall supervise and control curb markets and shall enforce the provisions of this Section.

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