Definition for : Deep market
A "deep Market" is a Market which displays a high liquidity; it is easy to find buyers to which to sell an asset, or to find sellers from which to buy an asset. The Market can relate to a specific financial instrument (E.g. Share, Bond, OptionÂ…), or to an entire Stock Exchange (E.g. New York Stock Exchange or London Stock Exchange), or to an entire asset class (E.g. crude oil or commodities).
(See Chapter 15 The financial markets of the Vernimmen)
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