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spot marketnoun [C]

uk   us   (also cash market, also spot cash market)
FINANCE, MONEY a market for currencies or commodities in which they are sold and given to the buyer immediately, rather than being sold forward (= to be taken on a future date): Crude oil prices fell to just over $26 a barrel yesterday on New York's spot markets.
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