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Finance Dictionary and Glossary of Investment Terms
The difference between the highest current bid price among broker-dealers in the market and the lower price that a dealer charges a customer.
The amount subtracted from the selling price of securities when they are sold to a dealer in the OTC market. Also, the discounted price of municipal bonds after the market has shown little interest in the issue at the original price.
The difference between the highest current bid price among dealers and the lower price that a dealer pays to a customer. opposite of markup.