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‘We’re not going back’: N.Y. Black History event featuring Gerald Horne, Feb. 28

People's World 26 Feb 2021
“The financing of the slave trade’s illegitimate commerce was sited heavily in Manhattan,” and “the wealth produced by slave labor built not only a region but a nation.… Lehman Brothers, the Wall Street firm whose 2008 bankruptcy was said to have triggered a financial ...
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NYSE Trading Floor Is to Close after Two Positive Coronavirus Tests, Electronic Trading Continues

Coinspeaker 19 Mar 2020
The NYSE is closing its physical trading floor for the first time in its history independently from the electronic trading which is going on ... The NYSE trading floor is set to close on Monday, the 23rd of March ... Stock trading has closed several times over the years ... in lower Manhattan ) is an iconic representation of American and global finance.
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President Donald J. Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Individuals to Key Administration Posts

The White House 19 Nov 2019
Before working at the African Development Bank, he worked for decades as a founder and senior executive in private sector trade, logistics, and finance ... from Manhattan College and a M.S ... His portfolio included matters related to development finance, CFIUS, trade, and bilateral relationship between the U.S. Treasury and foreign ministries of finance.
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Experts debate whether Fed or China matters more to market

CNBC 02 Nov 2018
James Pethokoukis, economic policy analyst from the American Enterprise Institute, and Brian Brenberg, chair of the business and finance program at The King’s College in Manhattan, discuss whether the Federal Reserve or trade issues with China are having a bigger impact on U.S. markets ... .
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Rich People Broke America and Never Paid the Price

Vice 12 Sep 2018
This is important ... The obvious, minimum observance, I would think, would be a mass march down Wall Street and around the Lower Manhattan’s Financial District ... Even if much of high finance has decamped to Midtown Manhattan or somewhere else along the high-frequency trading wires, that old downtown of America's largest city has more symbolic heft ... .
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