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Sep 30, 2002

TSX revolution

On its 150th anniversary, we find out how the stock exchange that was once confronting oblivion has turned back from the brink to face its customers

Editor's note: this is one in a series of profiles of stock markets around the world. Please note that it presents TSX's perspective and omits other, possibly conflicting points of view.Only a few years ago, many Canadian observers proclaimed the Toronto Stock Exchange dead in the cold, northern water. Hemorrhaging volume to US exchanges, threatened by ECNs and other 'off-exchange' venues, and crippled by a trading engine prone to breakdown, the TSE has been derisively labeled by critics as

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