Big board



the New York Stock Exchange.
Historical Examples

Space Viking Henry Beam Piper
Clematis Bertha B. Cobb
Bizarre Lawton Mackall
The Ambassador Samuel Kimball Merwin
The Girl Aviators’ Sky Cruise Margaret Burnham
“Same old Bill, eh Mable!” Edward Streeter
One-Shot James Benjamin Blish
Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 11 (of 14) Elbert Hubbard
What Timmy Did Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes
Is He Popenjoy? Anthony Trollope

noun (US, informal)
the quotation board in the New York Stock Exchange
the New York Stock Exchange

Note: The term is used sometimes to mean the New York Stock Exchange itself.

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