Q. What is an exchange?
An exchange is a market where financial instruments are traded. Exchanges can be physical places where traders meet or electronic platforms. One famous example is the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street. There are exchanges all over the world. Some from other countries include the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange.…
Q. What is ‘the market’?
A market is a place or channel (physical or digital) that facilitates in the exchange of goods and services. Some examples from the world of investing include stock markets (like the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ). When people refer to ‘the Market,’ they are often talking about the S&P 500 or Dow Jones Index.…
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