What Is an Active Market?

Refers to the transaction status of a particular type of stock, bond or commodity. Bid-ask spreads in active markets are generally smaller than sparsely traded deals.

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Refers to the transaction status of a particular type of stock, bond or commodity. Bid-ask spreads in active markets are generally smaller than sparsely traded deals.
Similarly, in terms of the exchange as a whole, large trading volume can also be called an active market. Opportunity fund managers like to trade in such markets, because if the general trading is active, a large number of stocks will be eaten or thrown out, which will affect the price changes. Relatively small.
Chinese name
Active market
Foreign name
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Attributes
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Law
An English-Chinese Dictionary of Securities Investment
The Commercial Press's "English-Chinese Dictionary of Securities Investment" explains: Active market English is: active market; close market; fast market; liquid market; swimming market. The entire market or a certain stock's investment transactions are enthusiastic, the buying and selling prices are close, and the turnover is high. Active markets are usually characterized by high liquidity, low trading spreads, and low price fluctuations, which can more effectively attract investors. See also: turbulent market ; uneven market.

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