Electronics: Quotations by Computer

No more eye-straining squint at changing figures on the office board.

No more phone calls to the busy operators at the exchange. No more time wasted searching out symbols on a paper tape. Not for some New York stock brokers, anyway. If they are dealing in stocks listed on New York's American Stock Exchange and subscribe to the exchange's computerized Am-Quote service, they can dial for information and get it automatically by voice.

The Am-Quote system, built by Teleregister Corp. of Stamford, Conn., is based on a relatively simple computer that records all the figures reported from the floor of the exchange...

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