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Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE)

The largest stock exchange in Japan with the some of the most active trading in the world.

Tokyo Stock Exchange

The second largest stock exchange in the world by market capitalization. The TSE was established in 1878. After World War II, it experienced growth unprecedented in history. By the early 1990s, it accounted for approximately 60% of the world's market capitalization. It has since fallen because of the Asian Financial Crisis, but it remains one of the world's most important exchanges.

Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE)

The largest of six securities exchanges in Japan. The Tokyo Stock Exchange, established in 1878, trades equities electronically in four sections: the first section for stocks of the largest Japanese companies, the second section for stocks of smaller companies with lower trading volumes, the third section for foreign securities, and the fourth section for growth and emerging stocks. The Tokyo Stock Exchange also trades bonds, options, and futures.
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The Osaka and Tokyo stock exchanges suspended futures trading several times Tuesday, imposing circuit breakers amid massive selling triggered by fears over nuclear power accidents in the aftermath of an earthquake and tsunami.
At the Tokyo Stock Exchange, all trading of TOPIX futures was suspended for 15 minutes in the afternoon as circuit breakers were imposed.

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