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Means Wall Street financial community; brokers, dealers, underwriters, and other knowledgeable participants.

Wall Street

A street in New York City that forms the center of its financial district. The NYSE, NASDAQ, and American Stock Exchange, among others, are headquartered on Wall Street. Additionally, several investment companies maintain their primary offices on or near Wall Street. Because of its influence on the wider financial world, Wall Street is often used as a byword for the financial industry in the United States and its lobbyists. In this sense, Wall Street is important to political discourse in the United States. The sheer amount of money traded on Wall Street render it vitally important to the global economy as well.
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Civil society is terming the construction of the walls along main thoroughfares 'very dangerous'.
IGP-Sindh on the occasion sought separate reports for road networks and thoroughfares that are currently affected due to ongoing development work.
This scheme guarantees that 50 percent of the private vehicles in Metro Manila will not be on major thoroughfares between 6 a.
For starters, the system will be set up along the accessways to Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Street (previously Al Salam Street), one of the capital's busiest thoroughfares.
Encroachments were also removed from the thoroughfares that help towards the smooth flow of traffic in the area.
The installation of additional CCTV in major thoroughfares in the city would also help deter crimes like robbery and holdup incidents, he said.
Hint: This thoroughfare shares its lanes with a numbered state highway.
He said: "Would you believe these buildings are standing on one of the busiest thoroughfares leading to and from the city?
They found a connection between poor air quality along the Ciudad Juarez thoroughfare and emergency room visits by children suffering from respiratory illness.
And our savvy team on the ground here in Tokyo is hunkered down in the city's thoroughfares and alleyways to register the latest buzz from the bastions of tech, branding and corporate enterprise.
Two of the main thoroughfares mentioned in the report, Victory Boulevard and Sherman Way, are in the Third Council District, which is represented by Zine.
public roads cover 1 percent of the country, an area the size of South Carolina, and the impacts of those thoroughfares extend farther, Forman argues.