AZX


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Arizona Stock Exchange

A former electronic exchange that allowed investors to trade NYSE, AMEX, and NASDAQ stocks after trading had ceased on other exchanges. It had low volume throughout its history and was exempt from SEC registration for that reason. It opened in 1990 and ultimately closed in 2001 due to lack of volume.

AZX

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placement of shares in AZX at a 10% discount to the five days VWAP.
AZX will spin out its non-Bullabulling assets and its shareholding
each GGG and AZX with Nigel Clark and Chris Baker acting as co-Chairman
GGG and AZX have agreed to each lend OpCo half of three months
of completion of a capital raising by AZX and will keep OpCo funded for
number of existing GGG and AZX directors during the transition
GGG and AZX have entered into a Binding Heads of Agreements
In the meantime AZX will spin out its non-Bullabulling assets and its
AZXs auctions are distinguished by trading at only designated times, as opposed to the continuous trading of most other markets, and are designed to balance supply and demand at those times in a fair and open process.
AZX has concession contracts in Mendoza and Buenos Aires, Argentina along with Cancun, Mexico.
Wessex Water provides AZX a strong core of experience and expertise in the water industry.
The positive outlook reflects Standard &Poor's expectations that the financial profile of AZX will improve, predicated upon additional lower risk water business acquisitions.