The bright lights of Nasdaq Tower illuminate Times Square in New York City.
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relatively easy to approach, use, or obtain.
lowest price a seller is willing to accept for a good. Also called an offer price.
highest price a buyer is willing to pay for a good.
person who buys or sells goods on behalf of another person, in return for a commission.
(National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations System) American electronic stock exchange.
region in central California (mostly Santa Clara County) where the headquarters of many technology companies are located.
motto or phrase associated with an organization or individual.
place where investments (stocks) in goods are bought and sold.
the science of using tools and complex machines to make human life easier or more profitable.
leading financial district in the U.S., named after the street in lower Manhattan, New York City, where the New York Stock Exchange and many large investment firms are located.