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Barry Tague was twice chairman of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX).  In 1979, he co-designed the world's first exchange-listed foreign currency option. Soon after that, the PHLX became the first exchange to trade options on foreign currencies.  
Barry Tague was twice chairman of the [[Philadelphia Stock Exchange]] (PHLX).  In 1979, he co-designed the world's first exchange-listed foreign currency option. Soon after that, the PHLX became the first exchange to trade options on foreign currencies.  


== Background ==
== Background ==

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Barry Tague

Barry Tague was twice chairman of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange (PHLX). In 1979, he co-designed the world's first exchange-listed foreign currency option. Soon after that, the PHLX became the first exchange to trade options on foreign currencies.

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