Definition of Capital Market, Accounting, Basic Statistics

Definition of capital market is termed as a market where shares are traded after an initial issue.

Capital market is the market where corporations, companies, and government debt, raise, equity, bonds etc to fund its operations. In its derivative level the shares are traded after an initial issue.
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