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the Big Board

noun [S]
 
 
US
informal for the New York Stock Exchange: an organization in New York which controls the buying and selling of parts of the ownership of companies
紐約證券交易所:紐約市一家控制公司所有權買賣的機構
In Big Board composite trading yesterday, the company's shares closed at $44.50.
昨天在紐約證券交易所,該公司的股票以44.5美元收盤。
Financial investments and the stock market
Translations of “the Big Board”
in Chinese (Simplified) 纽约证券交易所:纽约市一家进行公司所有权买卖的机构。…
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