Definition of Cross-market:
Temporary situation in which (unlike a normal market) bid prices exceed the asked prices and, thus, present an arbitrage opportunity.
A stone cross situated in the marketplace of a British town.
How to use Cross-market in a sentence?
- The green west of the church was then the market place, and the market cross, standing on five steps, is a rare survival.
Meaning of Cross-market & Cross-market Definition