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primary marketnoun [C]

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COMMERCE, MARKETING the most important ​customers to which a ​companysells its ​products or ​services: Our ​primarymarket is ​males from 17 to 41. The ​primarymarket for the company's ​services are large ​corporations and ​branches of the ​government.
COMMERCE, MARKETING the ​sale of ​goods and ​services at the ​time they are first made ​available, rather than when they are ​bought or ​sold later: The ​companysellstickets to concerts and sports ​events on the ​primarymarket.
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET the ​sale of ​shares, ​bonds, etc. at the ​time they are first made ​available, rather than when they are ​traded later: Investment ​banks are the ​principal underwriters for ​initialpublicofferings in the ​primarymarket.
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