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The capital market is separated into two sections:

Primary market

Also know as New Issue Market, it is the first run through market exchanging of new protections and later accessible for organizations and people. It underpins both private and open contributions. An association gives protections to people in general to gather reserves and fulfill its long haul objectives. In the essential market, the protections are given by either Initial Public Offer (IPO) or Further Public Offer (FPO). Initial public offering is a procedure through which an association can make an open idea to the financial specialists just because to make a venture. This exchange is between the financial specialists and the first guarantor in the essential market.

Secondary market 

 It is called auxiliary in light of the fact that the protections they have are old and right now have been given in the essential market for exchange. This exchange is between the financial specialists and the first guarantor in the essential market. The exchange is between the purchaser and vender and the stock trade office