(1) Initial market for a new issue of a stock or other security; see also secondary market and third market Exchange through which a majority of a security's trades take place, in the case of a security that is bought and sold on more than one exchange.
The Primary Market is where newly issued shares are sold. On the Primary Market, a previously unlisted company will offer its shares to the public, via a prospectus filed with the Registrar of Companies and approved by the Colombo Stock Exchange and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka.
Market of newly issued securities, i.e., the market in which securities are offered to investors for the first time. Therefore, this is a market in which investors (called subscribers) purchase new securities from the issuer.
Refers to the underwriting or auctioning of newly issued bonds. non-central government bonds are underwritten by investment firms, banks, and other financial institutions, while central government bonds are usually distributed through an auction process. See also: Secondary Market.
Used for the flotationâ€(tm)s of new companies and for the further raising of capital under a - rights issue - an issue to raise addition capital, which is offered to existing shareholders at a discount.
(1) For producers, their major purchaser of commodities; (2) to processors, the market that is the major supplier of their commodity needs; and (3) in commercial marketing channels, an important center at which spot commodities are concentrated for shipment to terminal markets.
(1) For producers, their major purchaser of commodities; (2) in commercial marketing channels, an important center at which spot commodities are concentrated for shipment to terminal markets; and (3) to processors, the market that is the major supplier of their commodity needs.
The primary market is that part of the capital markets that deals with the issuance of new securities. Companies, governments or public sector institutions can obtain funding through the sale of a new stock or bond issue. This is typically done through a syndicate of securities dealers.