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2016-03-30T12:10:21+05:30
The difference between the primary capital market and the secondary capital market is that in the primary market, investors buy securities directly from the company issuing them, while in the secondary market, investors trade securities among themselves, and the company with the security being traded does not. Hope I helped u.. Plz mark as the BRAINLIEST answer..
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2016-03-30T12:10:54+05:30
The securities are formerly issued in a market known as Primary Market, which are then listed in a recognized stock exchange for trading, which isĀ  known as a secondary market.The prices in the primary market are fixed while the prices vary in the secondary market depending upon the demand and supply of the securities traded.At primary market the investor can purchase shares directly from the company. Unlike Secondary Market, when investors buy and sell the stocks andĀ bonds among themselves.The selling of securities is done by investment bankers in case of Primary Market. Conversely, brokers act as intermediaries while trading is done in the secondary market.
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