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Street

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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When developing map skills with Stage 3 students, a lesson using the local page from the street directory can be meaningful, as I observed with the Year 6 class.
Subsequently, Universal Business Directories became a map and street directory UBD brand within another corporate structure with no connection to the earlier Company.
The group has also obtained a street directory, from 1912-13, listing each head of household, and occupation, in Nuneaton, Attleborough, Chilvers Coton, Bedworth and Exhall.
One Web site, called the Wall Street Directory, is a golden resource for computer-knowledgeable traders.
My new census and street directory research for 1879 revealed that the guiding hand on EFC's early progress was actually the landlord's 26 year old son John William Clarke who lived with his family at the Queen's Head.
A street directory and plans of the districts are available for inspection at the Technical Services Arnsberg.
"A Cardiff Street directory for 1855 informs us that some of the residents of Frederick Street then were John Dodds, a cowkeeper and milkman, William Hume, Deputy Governor of Cardiff Prison, Rowland Harris, a veterinary surgeon, and John Palmer, an undertaker.
The street directory for 1878 gives his address as Middleborough Road, and the electoral register provides us with the house number 9.