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Investment Market
Source: Encyclopedia of Banking & Finance (9h Edition) by Charles J Woelfel
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The channels or outlets for distributing bonds and other investments.  The chief market for bonds exists among the following classes of purchasers:  investing public (private investors); banks - commercial, savings, and trust companies; speculative public; insurance companies; business concerns; investment companies; trusts, estates, and trustees; eleemosynary institutions; foundations; labor unions, fraternal orders and clubs; endowments.

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