What's the difference between primary and secondary share markets?

Last Updated: 22 Mar 2017

A primary market is where new securities are created and offered to the public (for example through an Initial Public Offering or IPO). 

The secondary market is where previously issued securities (such as shares) are traded, i.e.: the stock exchange.

Find out more information on the markets you can trade through ASB Securities with our guide.

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