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Narrow Market

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Narrow market is the market with a smaller number of buyers and sellers, and is further characterised by high price volatility, low liquidity of assets, and only few transactions occurring in the market. Due to limited number of transactions taking place, it is a common scenario in a narrow market where there are very less investors who sell and buy only particular shares.

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