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What is a Primary Market ?

A Primary Market is a subclassification under Capital/Money Markets where financial instruments are issued for the first time. The money that is generated out of these transactions go directly to the institution that floats the instrument.

The Initial Public Offering of Shares is a classic example of a Primary market transaction.

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