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Big Board

n
1. (Stock Exchange) the quotation board in the New York Stock Exchange
2. (Stock Exchange) the New York Stock Exchange

Big′ Board′


n.
(sometimes l.c.)
the New York Stock Exchange.
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Noun1.Big Board - a stock exchange in New Yorkbig board - a stock exchange in New York  
big board - the large display board at the New York Stock Exchange that reports on stocks traded on the exchange
2.big board - the large display board at the New York Stock Exchange that reports on stocks traded on the exchange
display board, display panel, board - a vertical surface on which information can be displayed to public view
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The day was made even more special when a picture of Harrison, wearing his Everton shirt, was displayed on the big board ahead of the match.
Had the ticket owner -- someone named "Chris C." -- correctly guessed where the queen of hearts was on the big board of 54 cards, they would have made $2.6 million before taxes, which is 60 percent of the total $4.3 million pot.
According to a statement, Mohammad Ali has to return Rs 4.5 million to the Big Board scam's
The NYSE or the Big Board, founded in 1978, is the world's largest stock exchange with market capitalization of listed companies valued at USD 21.3 trillion in June 2017.
Dunn was the first point guard off of the big board as the Timberwolves nabbed him at fifth in the 2016 NBA Draft.
Caption: CEO Gregory Poling opens trading the first day GCP Applied Technologies stock was listed on the Big Board. Upon the February 2015 decision to split the enterprise, directors designated Poling, then W.R.
Alibaba named the exchange in a filing on Thursday, saying it plans to use the ticker "BABA." For Alibaba, picking Intercontinental Exchange's NYSE would also make it a standout on the Big Board as the third-largest technology company listed there.
The Big Board, run by NYSE Euronext, regularly does systems testing on the weekends, but this was the first time it had run a simulated IPO, and it did so at the request of its member firms -- many of whom took part in Facebook's 2012 IPO on Nasdaq OMX Group's main exchange.
The Big Board parent teamed with privately-held financial information company Markit to bid nearly 500 million euros for LCH, the first source said.
for $11.3 billion, effectively challenging the Big Board operator's outstanding agreement to merge with Deutsche Boerse AG.
The Big Board has already undergone a radical transformation in just a few years: from a clubby non-profit organization where brokers on the floor handled most trades to a for-profit, multinational corporation engaged in largely electronic trading.
Summary: The Gulf state's bourse is currently 20 percent owned by the Big Board parent.