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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.
Architect George B. Post designed the neo-Classic building, whose front features a glass window wall measuring 50 feet high and 96 feet wide.
One of the wildest places I've ever been. Take a tour next time you're in the area. It changes you!
In the heart of the financial district, visit the NYSE to see the world's premiere financial center along with its spectacular architecture.
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.
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Hopefully a friend can get us a tour.
Where people used to trade stocks before the rise of the machines
Money makers have been working on Wall Street since 1792, but this Roman temple to the almighty dollar dates to 1903. - Green Guide Editor
New set, big guests. Watch Closing Bell 3-5p ET Monday!
The power center of Wall Street is the N.Y. Stock Exchange, the largest securities exchange in the world. The NYSE welcomes over 700,000 visitors annually.During the financial panic of 1929, over ni
Say hello to he cops posted around the exchange 24/7. they are cold and lonely
buy low ... sell high
How many hot TV news reporters can you find on the floor?
The NYSE’s longest listed company is Con Edison, listing in 1824 as the New York Gas Light Company.
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The NYSE chose architect George B. Post to design their building in 1901. Today, the Exchange building is considered one of Post’s masterpieces and is a New York City and national landmark.
If you like the Stock Market then you must stop here. Totally cool.
“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” - Benjamin Franklin
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Bane was here
Check out the pock marks in the wall of the JP Morgan Bank on the corner.
Financial hub of the world.
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This is where fortunes are made and lost in seconds!
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Where all my trades go.
The Buttonwood Tree, to the left of the main entrance, which symbolizes the formation of the NYSE.
World Financial Center ... where it's all happening!
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
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Love it or hate it...this place is amazing.
Where all the magic happens. Hoofy and Boo might be around. You can probably pick them out by looking for the guys covered in fur.
La bourse de New-York, où tout peut se passer d'un jour à l'autre. Malheureusement, on ne peut plus la visiter.
Situado en Wall Street, calle principal del distrito financiero de Nueva York. Para poder ver el ambiente de la zona, lo mejor es visitar Wall Street de lunes a viernes en horario laboral