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Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE)

Established after World War II, one of the three major securities markets in Japan.

Osaka Securities Exchange

The second largest exchange in Japan. Established in 1878 with origins in the early 17th century, the Osaka Securities Exchange trades stocks, bonds, and derivatives.
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Tokyo, May 30, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - MarketPrizm, a leading provider of market data and trading infrastructure services, today announced that it has begun providing market data and infrastructure solutions to multiple market participants in the new co-location facility of the Japan Exchange Group (JPX), formed by the merger of the Tokyo Stock Exchange Group (TSE) and the Osaka Stock Exchange (OSE) earlier this year.
announced today that ReproCELL will proceed with an initial public offering (IPO) and has received formal approval from the Osaka Stock Exchange (OSE) for listing on the JASDAQ Market Growth.
S&S was acquired by Sansei Yusoki Co Ltd, an Osaka Stock Exchange listed, elevation and stage equipment company, based in Osaka, Japan.
230) for each Osaka Stock Exchange share in a tender offer.
FOR THOSE OF YOU who have written off the Osaka Stock Exchange after the exit of Nasdaq, here's a challenge: Read our piece on the OSE this month, The OSE Is Not Dead Yet starting on page 14, and see if you still feel the same way about the Osaka bourse's chances.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Osaka Stock Exchange have already said they will take similar steps.
The Japan Exchange Group (JPX) owns both the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) and Osaka Stock Exchange (OSE).
The index is tied to the MSCI Japan Index, a free-float adjusted index designed to track the performance of Japanese company stocks listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Osaka Stock Exchange, Nagoya Stock Exchange and JASDAQ.
closing price of Sansei shares on the Osaka Stock Exchange on 15 June 2007, and
As president of the Osaka Stock Exchange, he had ambitious plans to partner with Nasdaq and turn the second city's bourse into a global power.
It has the Osaka Stock Exchange and financial district on its northern border, formed by the Yodogawa River, with the original center of the retail industry, around the first Daimaru and Sogo department stores located in Shinsaibashi, on its southern border.
The greatly expanded opportunities being presented to Staff IS as a result of the recent Tokyo and Osaka Stock Exchange merger, and the Company's new strategic alliance, has created the enviable situation where the company has more business opportunities than it can take advantage of without additional funding.

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