Definition of Over-the-counter market
1. Noun. A stock exchange where securities transactions are made via telephone and computer rather than on the floor of an exchange.
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Literary usage of Over-the-counter market
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1. The Stock Market by Solomon Stephen Huebner (1922)
"... following the original distribution, undertake to create an over- the-counter market for their clientele. In recent years numerous promoters of oil, ..."
2. Financial Investigations: A Financial Approach to Detecting and Resolving Crimes by Don Vogel (1999)
"Over-the-Counter Market The over-the-counter securities market handles most of the securities transactions that take place in the United States. ..."
3. OECD Public Debt Markets: Trend and Recent Structural Changes by Oecd, Asian Productivity Organization, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2002)
"Over the same period, the volume of trade and the turnover ratio in the over the counter market were twice as much. When we look at the repo transactions in ..."
4. Bond Market Development in Asia by OECD Staff, Oecd, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2001)
"... Australian secondary market for government and non-government fixed interest securities is essentially an over-the-counter market conducted by a group ..."