This telex machine, introduced in 1970, allowed instant communication of the prices, and the number of buyers and sellers, for any share on the Australian stock exchange. It had a direct link to a Sydney computer. Such technology helped to create a realistic national and international market in shares, and encouraged the move to one national exchange.
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