People tend to check in during these times:
The seat of American Finance also marks the place where American democracy began. The New York Stock Exchange traces its origins to 1792, when 24 New York City stockbrokers and merchants signed the Buttonwood Agreement.
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A great place to do your first IPO.
This is a must see if you're into finance.
Cinema makes it bigger.
Money, money, money
Easily one of the most recognizable buildings in the financial district also has one of the toughest security and the most photographed holiday decoration in the city
Architecture is amazing.
Since 9/11 visits are restricted. :(
Remarkable architecture in New York
Money Money Money :p
Small space, shiny new equipment, and energetic people
Don't ring the bell early.
If you're nice enough, the CNBC folks will give you a free water
Worth a look if you're in the neighbourhood. Go during working hours however, or it really is a dead zone.
It’s a symbol of the American economy, and getting to tour the trading floor can call for excitement.
ou have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself, any direction you choose.
“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” - Benjamin Franklin
NY Stock Exchange
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There is still a lot of room for optimism!!!!
The Buttonwood Tree, to the left of the main entrance, which symbolizes the formation of the NYSE.
Always full of energy n positivism.... Is electrifying!!! Love NYSE. The center of t known universe!!!!
The NYSE is one of the largest exchanges in the world
One of the first securities markets in the U.S.; still the world's largest
Unfortunately you can't tour it, but it's certainly worth ogling.
On summer Fridays from 3-5pm stand outside of the NYSE and attempt to be captured in a shot behind Maria Bartiromo for 5 seconds of fame. Just fix your face first 😜
Got a tour of the Trading Floor, was the highlight of my summer. If you know someone that can get you in past the mob of tourists outside, it's a must do.
I really want to take a tour of the trading floor. It's on my bucket list.
Come on Saturday when the street is blocked off... It's quiet.
Bane was here
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Money makers have been working on Wall Street since 1792, but this Roman temple to the almighty dollar dates to 1903. - Green Guide Editor
World Financial Center ... where it's all happening!
The NYSE is only a few minutes' walk from our downtown NYC campus!
A great place to go to experience trading. It seems a bit barbaric with their coats and throwing pieces of paper at each other.
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If you are interested in the US markets and ever get the opportunity to go on the floor of the NYSE, do it. Access is very hard to get into though. Don't forget to get a picture of the building!
Don't stand on the left of the Bell Podium for the Opening/Closing Bell -- the bell is right there & will scare the crap out of you.
Architect George B. Post designed the neo-Classic building, whose front features a glass window wall measuring 50 feet high and 96 feet wide.
It all started here. Well, almost. In 1792, 24 stockbrokers met under a buttonwood tree a block away at 68 Wall St and established the rules for the New York Stock Exchange
#NYSE: The best of NYC
This 1903 piece of architecture is a monument to money. Take a tour.
How many hot TV news reporters can you find on the floor?
New set, big guests. Watch Closing Bell 3-5p ET Monday!
One of the wildest places I've ever been. Take a tour next time you're in the area. It changes you!