AMEX


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Amex

abbr.
American Stock Exchange

Amex

(ˈæmɛks)
n acronym for
1. trademark American Express
2. (Stock Exchange) American Stock Exchange

AMEX

or Amex

(ˈæm ɛks)

n.
American Stock Exchange.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.AMEX - a stock exchange in New YorkAMEX - a stock exchange in New York  
Translations

Amex

[ˈæmeks] N ABBR (US)
1. (®) =American Express® → American Express ®
Amex cardtarjeta f de American Express ®
2. (US) =American Stock Exchange

AmEx®

(US)
n abbr of American ExpressAmerican Express no art
adj AmEx cardAmerican Express-Karte f

Amex

n (US) abbr of American Stock ExchangeAmex f
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