A pricing condition observed in a highly liquid marketplace when the bid and offer prices are equal, thereby effectively reducing the Dealing spread to zero. Although dealing spreads are usually very tight in the highly liquid forex market, an either-way market can sometimes be observed at the Interbank forex brokers when a counterparty making the best price on one side of the spread cannot extend any further credit to the counterparty making the best price on the other side of the spread.
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