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- Tokyo Stock Exchange
- Formerly the Toronto Stock Exchange (now TSX)
- Torque Shader Engine
- testicular self-examination
- Test of Spoken English
- transmissible spongiform encephalopathy
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Dorothy Terry, chronicler of the Fantastical Travels of TSE, is a Chicago area poet.
The TSE is important not just to the millions of Canadians who have a direct stake in it.
The TSE is a magnet to financial services companies.
Rodriguez's rise was steady: In 1995, he was named design director of New York label TSE; shortly thereafter, he was plucked by Cerutti in Paris; and not many seasons after that scored backing from the Italian company Aeffe to mount the first collection under his own name, in Milan.
The value of the TSE, which isn't listed, will be calculated at around 1.7 times that of the Osaka bourse, the person said.
A spokesman for the Tokyo Stock Exchange, known as the TSE, said there were no problems to report.
Considering that the TSE is a gerontocracy, I raise the prosaic hypothesis that ministers do not know the difference between spam and orkut or blogs.
Reuters Two decades ago, the TSE was the world's largest stock exchange by monetary value, but since the collapse of the Japanese asset-price bubble in 1990, has been second behind the New York Stock Exchange.
The TSE is the world's second-largest exchange behind the New York Stock Exchange, but it is struggling to maintain its competitiveness and keep up with the NYSE and Asian centers such as Singapore.
For example, listing fees on the Tokyo exchange, known as the TSE, are among the highest of major stock markets.