New York Stock Exchange, New York City

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NYSE is the world’s most diverse exchange group, offering a broad and growing array of financial products and services in Europe and the United States that include cash equities, futures, options, exchange-traded products, bonds, market data, and commercial technology solutions. With over 8,000 listed issues globally, NYSE's equities markets -- the New York Stock Exchange, Euronext, NYSE Arca, and NYSE Amex -- represent nearly 40% of the world's cash equities trading volume, the most liquidity of any global exchange group. NYSE also operates NYSE Liffe, the leading European derivatives business and the world’s second largest derivatives business by value of trading. NYSE Euronext offers comprehensive global commercial technology, connectivity, and market data products and services through its innovative trading solutions unit, NYSE Technologies. NYSE is part of the S&P 500 index and the only exchange operator in the S&P 100 index.
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  • You can't get close to the building with security guards & heavily armed Police everywhere plus traffic bollards & barriers. Would of been cool to get a look inside but had no idea how to go about it ...  more »
  • The New York Stock Exchange is not that great from the outside but fascinating to think what's inside. Extra security
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  • The NSE is super cool if you visit inside. I was invited as guest entrepreneurs for a closing bell ceremony. Each of us where given a gold plated tag engraved with our names, limited edition collectors coin, and we enjoyed a cocktail hours in a lounge. We were greeted warmly and treated with poise through the moments where we were lead onto the trading floor. It was such a cool experience— only things is the floor is more empty than movies I grew up watching (like trading places) as trading is all electronic now.
  • To be honest, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) was really not that impressive when I visited it the first time (or any of the subsequent visits). Actually... I've never actually visited the NYSE because in order to get into the building, you will need a special visitor pass. The whole area is extremely restricted to traffic and almost to the point of difficult to locate due to the extreme security measure in place. One of the perks of the restricted traffic in the area is that it's extremely easy and safe to get a photo with the NYSE building.
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