Definitions for "Toronto Stock Exchange"
Keywords:  tsx, montreal, canada, senior, largest
Canada's largest stock exchange, trading approximately 1,200 company stocks and 33 options.
Canada's largest stock exchange, formerly referred to as the TSE.
A company incorporated by an act of the Province of Ontario in 1918; trading until late 1999 included 2000 equity securities, equity and non-equity options, futures contracts, silver options, bond options, warrants on Canada bonds, currency and treasury bill futures; under a restructuring agreement between Canada's exchanges, the TSX became the senior equity exchange when junior issues moved to the Western Canadian Venture Exchange and derivatives moved to the Montreal Exchange; in 2001, the TSX acquired CDNX, thereby consolidating the trades for both junior and senior equities in Canada.