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Market Maker

A company or individual that actively quote two-sided markets in a given securities by giving asks and bids as well as the market size for each. Market makers contribute liquidity and depth to markets and make money on the spread between bid and ask prices. They could also execute main trades, or trades for their own accounts.

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