Yankee Market

Yankee Market,

Definition of Yankee Market:

Yankee Market means: The Yankee market is arrogant for the US stock market. Yankee markets are generally used by non-Americans. Referring to ridicule for a resident and an American, Yankee (or Yankee) is sometimes used as an insult to a citizen, however playful.

Literal Meanings of Yankee Market


Meanings of Yankee:
  1. People who live in the United States or are originally from the United States.

  2. Residents of New England or one of the Northern States.

  3. Bet on four or more horses to win (or be placed) in different races.

  4. A large spear is placed in the air in front of the candlestick.

  5. A password that represents the letter Y and is used in radio communication.

Sentences of Yankee
  1. Away from the deserted harbor, a view of the port of Monterrey in the early 19th century shows a Russian brigade, a Yankee Sconner and other wrecked ships.

Synonyms of Yankee

gamble, stake, ante, wager


Meanings of Market:
  1. Advertise or advertise (something)

  2. The area or environment in which business transactions take place.

Sentences of Market
  1. Farmers go to the market

  2. Labor market

Synonyms of Market

vend, sell, offer for sale, merchandise, hawk, trade, put up for sale, retail, peddle