See also: Wall Street (homonymy)
The buildings of the New York Stock Exchange, most important purse of the United States and the world are located there.
Wall Street (in French Street of the Wall), share in the east of Broadway in direction of the East To rivet. At the 17th century, it formed the northern limit of the colony of Nouvelle Amsterdam pertaining to the Dutch. They had built there a wall of beams and ground, to protect from the Indian Lenape and colonists Britannique S, who was not never put to the test of the battles but was demolished by the English in 1699. The district is completely refitted in 1910-1920.
The Wall Street Journal , which bears the name of this street, is an economic daily newspaper whose influence international, is published in New York by Dow Jones & Company.
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