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Before the Occupy Wall Street protests, Wall Street was synonymous with prosperity – home to the financial markets of the United States including the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, New York Mercantile Exchange and the New York Board of Trade.
Famous landmarks including sculptor Arturo Di Modica’s now iconic Charging Bull (the artist’s representation of the Bull Market Economy), Federal Hall, 40 Wall Street (the Trump building), The Federal Reserve, Trinity Church and the New York Stock Exchange are all housed in the square blocks bordered by Broadway and the Southside Street Port (along the East River in lower Manhattan).
Often referred to by New Yorker’s as the Financial District, Wall Street is so popular that two Hollywood blockbusters have been made over the year’s bearing it’s name. One in in 1987 directed by Oliver Stone and starring Michael Douglas & Charlie Sheen, with a sequel in 2010 also featuring Douglas.
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