Centralized market

A centralized market is an exchange where traders or investors can buy or sell equities. In Forex, there is no such thing as a centralized market since currencies are traded via banks or other market makers. The Tokyo Stock Exchange, NASDAQ and NYSE are examples of a centralized market.

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