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So I have enabled L2 LSE data - where do I go from now in terms of using this data on the L2 dealer? When I search for a stock such as AAPL, it doesn't seem to come up...

Also, how do I ink PRT to L2 dealer?

 

 

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On 02/02/2020 at 01:40, MTJ2 said:

So I have enabled L2 LSE data - where do I go from now in terms of using this data on the L2 dealer? When I search for a stock such as AAPL, it doesn't seem to come up...

Also, how do I ink PRT to L2 dealer?

 

 

Apple is listed on the LSE with the ticker 0R2V.

I don' think you can link the L2 to PRT, they are both stand alone dealer platforms, I think you need to have both open but I may be wrong.

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