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English definition of “curb market”

curb market

noun [C] (also kerb market)
 
 
STOCK MARKET the trading of shares outside the system of official stock markets or at hours when those stock markets are closed: Smaller firms were often forced to trade in the curb markets.
COMMERCE a market at which local farmers sell their goods in the street: The Montgomery curb market offers an exotic array of fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, cheeses and fish.
(Definition of curb market from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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