Dutch auction

A dutch auction is one of the various auction systems in operation.

A dutch auction works whereby the price gradually comes down until a buyer is found.

Generally people place their bids and say whatever they are prepared to pay. Then the item(s) for sale (for instance shares) are then sold to everyone at a fixed price, when that price is at or higher than the auction-set price.

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