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World Financial Center, Marked by the Copper Bull Statue
- Nov 27, 2018 -


Wall Street has become almost synonymous with New York's financial district, which in fact extends beyond Wall Street.


Nevertheless, when people talk about the world financial center, they often answer Wall Street. Here, there is a very busy pace of life, with the "phoenix tree Agreement" imagined in the early years of 1792.


Wall Street is the name of a street stretching from Broadway Road to the East River in the south of Manhattan, New York City. It is only a third of a mile long and 11 meters wide. It is a transliteration of the English word "Wall Street", originally meaning "Wall Street".


The streets are narrow and short, only seven blocks from Broadway to the East River, but they are known as the "financial center of the United States" in the world. The managers of banks, insurance, shipping and railways established by Morgan Chaebol, Rockefeller Oil King and Dupont Consortium are concentrated here.


The famous New York Stock Exchange is also here. It is still the headquarters of several major exchanges, such as Nasdaq, American Stock Exchange, New York Futures Exchange and so on. The term "Wall Street" has now transcended the street itself and become a synonym for nearby areas. It can also refer to financial markets and institutions that have an impact on the entire U.S. economy. No wonder Chen Yunhe said in his poem, "Big New York is concentrated on Little Wall Street, which reflects Big New York".


Originally placed in front of the New York Stock Exchange, the famous Wall Street Copper Bull has been moved to Bowling Green Park, near Wall Street, for about 10 minutes walking south from Wall Street, due to the daily crowd of tourists.