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Wall Streetnoun [U]

 us   /ˈwɔl ˌstrit/
a street in New York City that ​represents the ​financialcenter of the US: On Wall Street today, ​stocksclosedhigher.
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Wall Streetnoun [U]

uk   us   FINANCE, STOCK MARKET
a street in New York where the New York Stock Exchange is, and that is the ​financialcentre of the US. Wall Street is used to refer to the ​financialworld in the US in ​general, and to ​bigbusinesses and their ​interests rather than ​small ones: On Wall Street, the Dow Jones ​rose 30 ​points. Wall Street ​prices/​shares/​stocks Wall Street ​analysts/​bankers/​economists Wall Street ​firms/​investors/​traders Both Wall Street and Main Street were badly affected by the ​downturn.
(Definition of Wall Street from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Wall Street”
in Chinese (Simplified) (代表美国金融中心的)华尔街…
in Turkish New York Borsası…
in Russian Уолл-стрит…
in Chinese (Traditional) (代表美國金融中心的)華爾街…
in Polish Wall Street…
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