narrow market

narrow market
An inactive market, which displays large fluctuations in prices due to a low volume of trading. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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narrow market UK US noun [C] (also thin market) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
a situation in which only a few investors are buying and selling particular shares, etc. and any activity can cause a big rise or fall in prices: »

The shares, a narrow market, rose 33.5p to 375p on rumours that the family-run group had received an approach worth more than 500p a share.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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