Stock Exchange Alternative Trading Service


Stock Exchange Alternative Trading Service
= SEATS
A computerized system used on the London Stock Exchange for trading on the Alternative Investment Market and for stocks of restricted liquidity. A screen-based service showing current prices and orders, it runs alongside the Stock Exchange Automated Quotations System (SEAQ).

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