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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.
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AZX

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Land use history of the AZX: Xochicalco was a fortified political, religious and commercial centre from the troubled period of 650-900 AD (UNESCO 1999).
Sampling techniques: In the 1993, the AZX were divided longitudinally (eight slopes) by the fence.
Alexandria Minerals Corporation (TSX-V: AZX) (Frankfurt: A9D), a Toronto-based junior gold exploration and development company, has announced an operational update on the results of its ongoing 2011 drilling campaign.
Central China Goldfields Plc (Central China Goldfields) (LSE: GGG), an exploration company, and its 50:50 joint venture partner Auzex Resources Limited (AZX.AU), has named Cube Consultants of Perth to conduct an engineering scoping study at the Bullabulling gold project.
Central China Goldfields PLC (Central China Goldfields) (LSE: GGG), a resource company, has signed a heads of agreement with Auzex Resources Limited (Auzex) (AZX.ASX), a company that explores gold, silver, tin, tungsten, bismuth and molybdenum.