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Which markets are most liquid?

The most liquid markets are typically those that have a large number of buyers and sellers, and that trade a high volume of assets. Some examples of highly liquid markets include the forex market, the stock market, and the market for government bonds. These markets typically have a high level of liquidity because they are widely traded and have a large number of participants. This allows investors to buy and sell assets quickly and easily, without having to worry about finding a willing buyer or seller at the right price. Liquidity can vary over time, and may be affected by factors such as market conditions and investor sentiment.

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