The term market sector is used in economics and finance to describe a part of the economy. It is usually a broader term than industry, which is a set of businesses that are buying and selling such similar goods and services that they are in direct competition with each other. Analysts divide the stock market itself into market sectors so that shares of companies that are in direct competition are listed alongside each other.
- Economic sector
- Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS)
- Industry Classification Benchmark (ICB)
- Market segment
- S&P 500 Index
- Thomson Reuters Business Classification (TRBC)
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