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Wall Street

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Charlotte Ewert

on 28 January 2014

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Transcript of Wall Street

Introduction
Origin
Nowadays
Influence
In literature
In movies
Wall Street

Wall Street, Money Never Sleeps

The Bonfire of the Vanities

The Wolf of Wall Street
Cultural Influence
People's perception
America's powerful influence
The world's economy
Innovation, trade, change and growth
American Psycho

The Sound and the Fury

Bartleby, the Scrivener
This is a photo of Charlie Chaplin in front of Federal Hall on Wall Street in 1918
Pierre Minuit
The dutch colonists trading with the natives americans
New Amsterdam & the wall
The buttonwood tree
Present New York Stock Exchange
Peter Stuyvesant
"Greed is good"
Gordon Gekko (Wall Street)
45% of Wall Street's "best office space" had been lost
The September 11 attacks
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
- Economical Symbol
- Symbol of American global power
- Cultural Influence
- Part of the American's History
- Biggest and most prestigious stock market
in the world
largest stock exchange in the world
located at 11 Wall Street
Importance in the New York economy :
NYSE is inextricably intertwined into New York's economy.
Wall Street firms employed close to 200,000 persons in 2008
the financial services industry makes up 9% of the city's work force
Wall Street provided a fourth of all personal income earned in the city
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