Economy

New York Stock Exchange Lures Foreign Capitali
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February 06, 2014 8:15 PM
The exchange has been at the heart of the American financial system for over 200 years. It once had a monopoly on the trading of shares in firms listed on it, but regulators did away with that in 2000. VOA's Bernard Shusman has the details.

New York Stock Exchange Lures Foreign Capital

Published February 06, 2014

The exchange has been at the heart of the American financial system for over 200 years. It once had a monopoly on the trading of shares in firms listed on it, but regulators did away with that in 2000. VOA's Bernard Shusman has the details.


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