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Meaning of “the Big Board” in the English Dictionary

"the Big Board" in British English

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the Big Boardnoun

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informal for the New York Stock Exchange: a ​place in New York where shares in ​companies are ​bought and ​sold, or the ​people whose ​job is to do this ​buying or ​selling: In Big Board ​compositetradingyesterday, the company's ​sharesclosed at $44.50.
(Definition of the Big Board from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"the Big Board" in Business English

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the Big Boardnoun

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STOCK MARKET an informal way of referring to the New York Stock Exchange: Bart Enterprises Inc. was first ​listed on the Big Board in 1978.
(Definition of the Big Board from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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