The Stock Exchange Automated Quotation (SEAQ) system enables its users to trade small-cap London Stock Exchange-enlisted stocks. Stocks can be traded via SEAQ when they have at least two market-makers. Users cannot trade new stocks with SEAQ and only trade AIM stocks with low liquidity. Market-makers made the system without a public limit order book.
The SEAQ’s goal is to always provide trading opportunities and to lower bid-ask spreads because of the competition between market-makers. At the moment spreads are high on SEAQ as liquidity is lacking. The SEAQ isn’t MiFID compliant but a multilateral trading facility instead. The SETSqx system replaced the SEAQ system in 2007. This new system displays all participants’ limit orders.
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