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-A Descending Triangle forms exactly the same way as it's cousin the [[Ascending triangle]], only upside down and as part of a downward trend. +In the UK there are 2 types of [[Level II]] screens, [[SETS]] (order driven) and [[SEAQ]] (quote driven).
-The converging trendlines this time comprise of a horizontal lower line, which indicates that the lowest current price is continually being hit. Where as the upper line this time is sloping downwards indicating lower highs on each candle. This pattern, being found in a downtrend, is regarded as [[Bearish]].+The Stock Exchange Trading System (SETS) is an electronic limit order book used to trade [[blue-chip]] [[stock]]s including all [[FTSE 100]] and all UK FTSE [[Eurotop 300]] stocks plus those with traded options. The SETS order book matches buy and sell orders on a price/time priority.
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 +Stock Exchange Automated Quotation (SEAQ) service is the official trading service for the majority of small to [[mid-cap]], domestic securities. On SEAQ all buys and sells go through a [[market-maker]] who acts as an intermediary.
 +Level II data provides you with the same data as seen by the professionals in the City. You can see market information that previously only Market-Makers and [[institution|Institutional Investors]] could see.
 +Prices are always streaming live prices - there is no need to refresh the screen.
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In the UK there are 2 types of Level II screens, SETS (order driven) and SEAQ (quote driven).

The Stock Exchange Trading System (SETS) is an electronic limit order book used to trade blue-chip stocks including all FTSE 100 and all UK FTSE Eurotop 300 stocks plus those with traded options. The SETS order book matches buy and sell orders on a price/time priority.

Stock Exchange Automated Quotation (SEAQ) service is the official trading service for the majority of small to mid-cap, domestic securities. On SEAQ all buys and sells go through a market-maker who acts as an intermediary. Level II data provides you with the same data as seen by the professionals in the City. You can see market information that previously only Market-Makers and Institutional Investors could see. Prices are always streaming live prices - there is no need to refresh the screen.

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