Orderly market

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Economics - markets.

Orderly markets are generally characterised by:

  • Approximately equal supply and demand.
  • Relatively low price volatility.
  • Consistent provision of bid and offer prices by market makers.

The term "orderly market" can refer to a market in an individual traded asset, or to a wider market in which many different assets or contracts are traded.

See also