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TSE

abbr.
transmissible spongiform encephalopathy

TSE

abbreviation for
1. (Veterinary Science) transmissible spongiform encephalopathy: any of a group of degenerative brain diseases, including BSE in cattle, that can be transmitted from one individual or species to another
2. (Stock Exchange) Toronto Stock Exchange

TSE

transmissible spongiform encephalopathy.
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A share price board of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (L) and a foreign exchange rate board against US dollar (R) are displayed on windows of a securities firm in Tokyo on May 19, 2015.
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I sincerely hope that this deal would further develop both markets," Tokyo Stock Exchange chief executive officer Atsushi Saito said.
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Where once the flow of money was impeded by barriers erected even by some of the most economically advanced countries, those barriers have steadily fallen, with the result that a New York investor can trade in securities listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange as readily as on the New York Stock Exchange.
a general securities firm, will list on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on February 8 (TSE: 8707).
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