Photo: Instagram user febenedetti
If you watch CNBC or Bloomberg TV then you probably have a pretty good idea of what the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq look like. Or, maybe you were lucky enough to check them out in person at some point. Anyway, chances are that you might not be as familiar with the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in South Africa or Tokyo Stock Exchange in Japan.
Fortunately, there are Foursquare and Instagram users all over the world who have snapped pictures of these exchanges from London to Mumbai and Frankfurt to Shanghai.
Now we’re going to take a photo tour of exchanges around the world.
This is the facade of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The TSE is the third largest stock exchange by market cap.
Here's a shot of the trading floor room inside the TSE. The trading floor closed in 1999 and now trades are done through computers.
A Foursquare user captured what appears to be a break room at the TSE. Check out those vending machines.
The BM&F Bovespa, which is in Brazil, is short for Bolsa de Valores, Mercadorias & Futuros de São Paulo.
This Instagram user at the BM&F Bovespa took a picture during the London Olympics. You can a track event on the screen.
This was taken at the Australian Securities Exchange. It appears to be a map of the world's exchanges.
Here's the gorgeous Bolsa de Madrid (Madrid Stock Exchange). It's owned by Bolsas y Mercados Españoles.
This is the facade of the former Toronto Stock Exchange building. It's now inhabited by the Design Exchange--a non-profit design museum.
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