Why is the current price not equal to the price of the most recent transaction (last traded price)?

The last traded price is the price at which the most recent trade was executed, whereas the current market price is the price at which the next trade is available. Current price serves as a baseline for buyers and sellers. It is an indicator of current value, but the real price of the next sale could be higher or lower depending on supply and demand.

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