Wall Street high-rise buildings may be too broad building forest
even the sunny day of the sun seems to be difficult to reach the ground floor
but this does not affect the glory economy from the Wall Street glow
block side of the copper cattle The beliefs of the stockholders
stock exchanges are still commercial scenes in which the suits and men carry their briefcases in a hurry.
The subway that started in the early morning sun came to the east building of Wall Street
city avenue The other side of the house that is greeted by today's first sun
is blocked by the building. Sleeping on the cold street
selling a hot dog for a sandwich hot dog is full of people
suits and ties The office worker holds a hot paper coffee cup
ear with an Apple Bluetooth headset that seems to be standard on all Americans
have a hurry in the city
New York is like its subway 24 Hour is never slow
What does the well-known Wall Street have to see?
Wall Street is located in the southern part of Manhattan, New York City, extending from Broadway to East River, where the famous New York Stock Exchange is located.
The current Wall Street is just a tourist attraction, and there are often foreigners in groups who come here with awe, looking to see what the financial center of the world looks like.
1, there is a bronze bull statue on Wall Street, considered to be the symbol of Wall Street
From the glory of the World Trade Center we reached Wall Street. This is the indicator of the world’s stock and finance market. The richest and corporation owners of the world look upon this place as their mecca. They gather here harboring dreams of huge riches. No matter where you are, mention the word “Wall Street” and everyone will know what you are talking about. However, as you stand in the middle of the road and you look around you, you’ll see that on the surface it does not look as bustling as it seems. The streets are relatively calm, and once in a while you’ll see people walking in and out of the Trading Building. It does not have all the bustling activities in a city, nor the grandeur of New York. In comparison to the glorious trade center and the Empire State Building that is still standing, this street looks like a run down alleyway.
Not only does it not look great, the street is narrow and short. From Broadway to East River one counts only 7 blocks in terms of distance, and the width is only 11 m. However, here you will find people and forces who can move the world’s finances. From Morgan Stanley’s head honchos, the gasoline kings at Rockefeller, to management offices of banks, insurance, logistics and freight companies run by DuPont Consortium, they’re all concentrated here. The famous New York Stock Exchange can also be found here, and it is still the headquarters of several main stock exchanges, such as Nasdaq, American Stock Exchange, New York Futures Exchange, etc. “Wall Street” itself has already extended beyond this mere street and now refers to the entire nearby area. It also refers to the whole financial market or any financial organizations which have influence over the United States' overall economy.
JOJO’s wonderful trip
When you come to Wall Street, the senses of the senses become more and more sensitive. The narrow streets here have become the financial center of the United States, the narrow streets, the towering buildings on the street, looking up at the slender sky, the building will swallow the sky. The visual experience has given people a feeling of oppression and advanced times. Here you can see the high-hanging American flag, similar American architecture, and heavy and rich money. Is money holding people's throats? Or people are holding their breath for money, everything here seems to be not that simple.
The majesty of the money of the world's first country is reflected in this. In the process of the new era, when we come to the mark of these money, we will more intuitively feel the majesty and power of the country. Here, there is always a war without smoke, and the noisy environment does not enter the ears, but the silence that comes from the bottom of my heart.
Located in Lower Manhattan, Wall Street is both an actual street and a term representing the collection of banks, stock markets, and brokerages that comprise the world’s largest and most important financial sector. Today, the New York Stock Exchange still sits at the intersection of Broad St and Wall St. The New York Branch of the US Federal Reserve is located nearby as is Federal Hall, the location where George Washington was sworn in as the first President of the United States. Wall Street is synonymous with capitalism and has played a historic role in both the US and world economies for nearly a century.