Stock Exchange Automated Quotations System


Stock Exchange Automated Quotations System
= SEAQ
A computerized system used on the London Stock Exchange to record the prices at which transactions in securities have been struck, thus establishing the market prices for these securities; these prices are made available to brokers through TOPIC When a bargain is concluded, the details must be notified to the central system within certain set periods during the day. SEAQ International is the system used on the London Stock Exchange for non-UK equities; it operates on similar lines to SEAQ. See also SETS; Stock Exchange Alternative Trading Service

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