Transcript: How Began .... What it is today. It was named after the Dutch Purchased New Amsterdam. A wall was built in order to defend the colony against the British and the American. The British removed the wall around the 18th century. After that a new street was created were the wall use to be witch we now know was Wall Street. Wall Street brought growth The Charging Bull After the Revolutionary War, traders and speculators would get together under a particular buttonwood tree that sat at the foot of Wall Street. This is believed to be the roots of New York Stock Exchange, which has been located on Wall Street for a long time now. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, Wall Street was "the place" to be if you were a large financial institution or other big business. So many buildings went up in Manhattan that the Wall Street district began to boast its own distinct skyline, separate from the buildings in Midtown. One of the most famous symbols is the 'Charging Bull' Statue. The bull represents a bull market, a constantly rising market. the stock market crash inspired the bull in 1987, a sculptor Arturo Di Modica created the bull statue as a token of optimism. Wall Street ....
Transcript: The Social Aspect The Political Aspect The Action One More Thing And one more thing... and one mooooooreeeeee thing Fight the Power Occupy: The New Revolution
Transcript: A look at wall street Investing Money The Dow Jones is one of the largest business news companies in the world. The S&P 500 is the average value of 500 different large companies Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr The End Bonds are issued by the US Treasury to help pay off the US debt. These are considered one of the safest investments. Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City. It is home of the New York stock exchange, the worlds largest stock exchange.-Wikipedia Dow Jones and s&p Bonds and How They Work! how to read stocks Investing money is a way of making money. it does the work for you.http://www.wikihow.com/Invest-in-Stocks Bonds are paid at face value and after five years are ready for redemption. visit:http://www.investopedia.com/university/stocks/stocks6.asp#axzz1vDssfApE What is wall street?
Transcript: By:Mallory Edwards the 1% ad the 99% "The American dream is alive and well for the wealthiest 1% of Americans, but unfortunately, if you are in the other 99% the jury is still out." http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/daily-ticker/top-5-facts-america-richest-1-183022655.html Wall Street How Wall Street got its name. well, according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wall_street, Wall Street got its name from trading around a buttonwood tree and it got really popular and grew from there. Occupy Wall Street Wall Street is the financial district of New York City. It is the home of the New York State stock exchange according to http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2012/01/occupy_wall_str_42.php, occupy wall street is a group of protesters that stand against corporate greed, social inequality and the corrosive power of major banks and multinational corporations over the democratic process. from:http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100112185623AAzd5oV What is Wall Street? the purpose of Wall Street is a place that buyers and sellers can come to trade.
Transcript: The bronze color and hard, metallic texture of the sculpture's surface emphasises the brute force of the creature Wall street The World Trade Center is a complex of buildings under construction in Lower Manhattan, replacing an earlier complex of seven buildings with the same name on the same site Battery Park City is owned and managed by the BPCA, a public-benefit corporation created by New York State under the authority of the Urban Development Corporation Wall Street is a 0.7 miles , eight-block-long, street running west to east in the financial district of New York City New York City has been called the world's principal financial center Federal Hall National Memorial on Wall Street was built in 1842 as the United States Custom House, on the site of the old Federal Hall, and later served as a sub-Treasury building The work was designed and placed so that viewers could walk around it Wall Street is the home of the New York Stock Exchange, the world's largest stock exchange by overall average daily trading volume and by total market capitalization of its listed companies The Wall Street Bull It is now operated by the National Park Service as a national memorial commemorating the historic events that occurred there
Transcript: BlueStar would also have to take actions to ensure this didn't happen again and might now be under strict monitoring by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Three Types of Cost: If a high ranking officer of a company is caught insider trading the consequences and costs to the company can be very stiff. There was more than likely an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission that was costly for BlueStar Airlines. How to deal with the dilemma? If your company has installed a universal set of rules that apply to ethically unsound actions, like insider trading, than they should never happen. If Bud Fox had stuck to his morals the entire movie the series of events that proved to be so costly would have never happened. The stock of BlueStar Airlines wouldn't have changed as violently as it did, the Securities and Exchange Commission would never have gotten involved, and the union workers would not have been pushed to a point where they distrust the company. There are different codes that determine what is ethical and unethical that are determined by local customs and norms. These change from country to country and can even change from once area to another in one country. If ethical universalism were to be applied to insider trading then it would be very easily done away with entirely, assuming that everyone within the company follows the rule. Insider trading would be seen as a form of either lying to or deceiving the public, both of which would fall on the side of what is wrong when dealing with a UNIVERSAL set of rules. Dilemma JUST DON'T DO IT DUMMY!!! Even though it doesn't appear that Bud Fox and his level of insider trading will have the same result as Enron's fudging their accounting records, this is the prime example of what can happen to a company when it has lost all of its credibility. No employees want to work for Enron, and no customer can trust the company name enough to really want to do business with them. Level 2: The reputations of Bud Fox, Gordon Gekko, and BlueStar Airlines will all take a hit once this news has gone public. There surely was some class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of the union workers who were harmed in the breaking up of the company. What can go wrong? Ethical Universalism and let's not forget... Integrative Social Contracts Theory Don't let this be you! Level 3: While this theory combines the previous two there is still some room for interpretation if someone wants to push what is accepted. Lying and deceiving might seem to be considered universally bad, but it might not be that hard to convince someone that helping out a business partner is normal Ethical Relativism For Bud Fox and Gordon Gekko there was jail time and significant losses of income. There is a code of ethics that a company decides to adhere to that are based on a set of UNIVERSAL rules of what is right and what is wrong. What strategy would work best? When Bud and Gordon were controlling the stock price of the company all of the smaller stockholders were at their mercey, losing lots of money when it dropped incredibly low. buying or selling of corporate stock by someone in the corporation that is done so based on "inside" information not known by the public. Union employees will have lost trust in the compnay. After the insider trading was discovered BlueStar Airlines would have had to take some actions to fix what had already been made wrong by Bud Fox. Double click anywhere & add an idea Ethical Universalism Applying ethical relativism should end in the same result as ethical universalism since insider trading is still illegal. However, many people can very easily twist what is acceptable in their heads to make things work in their favor. Insider trading will never be accepted in New York City, but that didn't stop Bud Fox. Insider trading is illegal. Bud Fox eventually in charge of BlueStar Airlines but he continued to use inside information to make money by trading stocks. Enron: There are some ethical codes that are UNIVERSAL,, but in some circumstances the local norms or customs may cause some less universal ethical standards to change from one place in the world to another. Bud Fox knows how a court case will end concerning BlueStar Airlines that is beneficial to their future. With this information he tells Gordon Gekko to buy stock now before the general public hears of the court's ruling. Some Other Examples of Scandals: Insider Trading: Level 1: If the company reputation takes a big enough hit it could even begin harder to recruit talented workers to work for BlueStar Airways, and customers might begin to refuse to fly on the Airline any longer. This is the biggest cost a company can incur.
Transcript: September 16, 1920 bomb exploded The Black Tuesday and BlackThursday crash of the Exchange on 1929 Black Monday 1987 Mini-Crash of 1989 Flash Crash Thursday May 6, 2010 Hurricane Sandy 2012 May 17 year 1792 Buttonwood Agreement 1792 central location 1863 New York Stock & Exchange Board Between 1896 and 1901 The volume of stocks traded increased In 1922, a building for offices Garage On April 4, 2007, the NYSE Group merged New York Stock exchange History Noteworthy events Trading largest stock exchanges in the world Q&A History Lower manhattan Wallstreet Wallstreet the financial centre of New York Operated by New York Euro Next National historic landmark 1 NYSE Euronext (US & Europe)New York 20,16114,242 2 NYSE Euronext (US)New York 18,02711,796 3 NASDAQ OMX (US & North Europe)New York 13,5524,687 4 NASDAQ OMX (US)New York 12,7243,845 5 Tokyo Stock ExchangeTokyo 3,9723,325 Q&A Nothyworth events Wall street Trading Largest Stock exchanger New York Stock exchange Provide for buyers and seller to sell stocks Auction market environment to bring buyers and sellers together The auction is automatic The NYSE now sells one-year licenses to trade directly Template by Missing Link Images from Shutterstock.com Register New york stock exchange
Transcript: Questions? WALL STREET Bank of New York 1846 Federal Hall Bank of New York 1842 1929 1987 New York Stock Exchange History of Wall Street Barclays Bank The Manhattan Bank 1863 Federal Hall Wall Street Money never sleeps Barclays Bank The Manhattan Bank New York Stock Exchange Morgan Bank 1913 Wall Street 1929 Trinity Church Joppe Mulckhuyse & Hamudi Salh 5Ab Trinity Church Morgan Bank
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