ONE-SIDED MARKET Definition

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ONE-SIDED MARKET (ONE-WAY MARKET), in securities, is a market environment in which only a bid or an offer is shown, as opposed to making a market, where both a bid and an offer are shown.

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SUPPLANT is to take the place of or move into the position of, e.g. the computer supplanted the slide rule.

WHOLLY OWNED SUBSIDIARY is an entity whose parent owns virtually 100% of its common stock.

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