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MOST men and women standing at a bar have the option of staring at the rows of bottles stacked behind it or craning to watch a TV set in a dim corner. Now Bronwen Corp., a brokerage house in Washington, D.C., has opened a restaurant called the Exchange, where a dedicated drinker can down his martini while watching stock market quotations flicker past his eyes on an 8-ft.-wide illuminated Ultronic Systems quote board in back of the bar. Says Harry Hagerty, one of three young partners in Bronwen: "I've always felt that the man interested in watching stock prices ought to...

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