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The Dow Jones Industrial Average ( ˈ d aʊ ; DJIA), or simply the Dow, is a stock market index that shows how 30 large, publicly owned companies based in the United States have traded during a standard trading session in the stock market
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The New York Stock Exchange (abbreviated as NYSE, and nicknamed "The Big Board"), is an American stock exchange located at 11 Wall Street, Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York
- International Economics Glossary: Origins
Here I record what I have been able to learn about the origins of some of the terms we use in international economics, both who introduced their meanings and who first gave them their names, if those are not the same people
- The 100 Greatest Mathematicians - fabpedigree. com
List of the Greatest Mathematicians ever and their Contributions
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- AHF Presents: Nobel Prize Winners and Famous Hungarians . . .
by Bryan Dawson Did you know According to the Associated Press, (AP-NY-10-26-96 1604 EDT) people with some claim to Hungarian ancestry have been nominated for Oscars 136 times since 1929, when the first ones were handed out, and have taken home more than 30 of the golden statuettes
- Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
Central Pacific Railroad construction in the 1860's Stereoviews, engravings, maps, and documents are treasures of western Americana that illustrate the history of the first transcontinental railroad, built from Sacramento, California over the Sierra Nevada mountains, the to end of track at the Golden Spike Ceremony at Promontory, Utah where
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In the 1970s, Americans grew up with two myths The first myth was that the Soviet Union would dominate the U S militarily The second myth was that the Japanese would dominate the U S economically With the Soviet Union erased from the present-day map of the world and the Japanese stock market
- 10,000 Famous Freemasons by William R. Denslow - Volume 3 . . .
K Carl Kaas Norwegian lawyer and grand master of the Grand Lodge of Norway since 1957 b in 1884 He played an important part in securing the return of the many valuable articles and library belonging to the grand lodge which had been removed by the Germans during WWII
- Railway Archive (first file) - Steamindex
The Railway Photographs of E Pouteau Part 1 John Alsop 26-46 Biography of Pouteau and account of his postcard retailing operation, with lists Railways South East The Album page 67 has photograph by "A Pouteau of London Blackwall Railway locomotive at North Greenwich