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Erotic Explosions 5 (Video) 1987Rimshot (Video) Jean (as Marisa Monteil) 1986Secret Loves (as Marissa Montell) 1984Throat... 12 Years After Friend at The Sewer (as Marissa Montiel) 1983Corruption in bed Lesbian #2 1983Getting Ahead (as Sabrena Vale) 1983Succulent (as Marissa Monteil) In 2001, the Big Board, as some termed the NYSE, was described as the world's "largest and most prestigious stock market".[49] But when the World Trade Center was destroyed on September 11, 2001, it left an architectural void as new developments since the 1970s had played off the complex aesthetically. The attacks "crippled" the communications network.[49] One estimate was that 45% of Wall Street's "best office space" had been lost.[22] The physical destruction was immense:
Debris littered some streets of the financial district. National Guard members in camouflage uniforms manned checkpoints. Abandoned coffee carts, glazed with dust from the collapse of the World Trade Center, lay on their sides across sidewalks. Most subway stations were closed, most lights were still off, most telephones did not work, and only a handful of people walked in the narrow canyons of Wall Street yesterday morning. ?Leslie Eaton and Kirk Johnson of The New York Times, September 16, 2001.[50] Still, the NYSE was determined to re-open on September 17, almost a week after the attack.[50] During this time Rockefeller Group Business Center opened additional offices at 48 Wall Street. The attack hastened a trend towards financial firms moving to midtown and contributed to the loss of business on Wall Street, due to temporary-to-permanent relocation to New Jersey and further decentralization with establishments transferred to cities like Chicago, Denver, and Boston.



After September 11, the financial services industry went through a downturn with a sizable drop in year-end bonuses of $6.5 billion, according to one estimate from a state comptroller's office.[51] Many brokers are paid mostly through commission, and get a token annual salary which is dwarfed by the year-end bonus. To guard against a vehicular bombing in the area, authorities built concrete barriers, and found ways over time to make them more aesthetically appealing by spending $5000 to $8000 apiece on bollards: To prevent a vehicle-delivered bomb from entering the area, Rogers Marvel designed a new kind of bollard, a faceted piece of sculpture whose broad, slanting surfaces offer people a place to sit in contrast to the typical bollard, which is supremely unsittable. The bollard, which is called the Nogo, looks a bit like one of Frank Gehry's unorthodox culture palaces, but it is hardly insensitive to its surroundings. Its bronze surfaces actually echo the grand doorways of Wall Street's temples of commerce. Pedestrians easily slip through groups of them as they make their way onto Wall Street from the area around historic Trinity Church. Cars, however, cannot pass. ?Blair Kamin in the Chicago Tribune, 2006[52] Wall Street itself and the Financial District as a whole are crowded with highrises. Further, the loss of the World Trade Center has spurred development on a scale that had not been seen in decades. In 2006, Goldman Sachs began building a tower near the former Trade Center site.[31] Tax incentives provided by federal, state and local governments encouraged development. A new World Trade Center complex centered on Daniel Libeskind's Memory Foundations and was under development after the 9/11 attacks. The centerpiece, which is now a 1,776-foot (541 m) tall structure, opened in 2014 as the One World Trade Center.[53] New residential buildings are sprouting up, and buildings that were previously office space are being converted to residential units, also benefiting from tax incentives. A new Fulton Center, which was planned to improve access to the area, opened in 2014. In 2007, the Maharishi Global Financial Capital of New York opened headquarters at 70 Broad Street near the NYSE, in an effort to seek investors.[54] The Guardian reporter Andrew Clark described the years of 2006 to 2010 as "tumultuous", in which the heartland of America was "mired in gloom" with high unemployment around 9.6%, with average house prices falling from $230,000 in 2006 to $183,000, and foreboding increases in the national debt to $13.4 trillion, but that despite the setbacks, the American economy was once more "bouncing back".[55] What had happened during these heady years? Clark wrote: But the picture is too nuanced simply to dump all the responsibility on financiers. Most Wall Street banks didn't actually go around the US hawking dodgy mortgages; they bought and packaged loans from on-the-ground firms such as Countrywide Financial and New Century Financial, both of which hit a financial wall in the crisis. Foolishly and recklessly, the banks didn't look at these loans adequately, relying on flawed credit-rating agencies such as Standard & Poor's and Moody's, which blithely certified toxic mortgage-backed securities as solid ... A few of those on Wall Street, including maverick hedge fund manager John Paulson and the top brass at Goldman Sachs, spotted what was going on and ruthlessly gambled on a crash. They made a fortune but turned into the crisis's pantomime villains. Most, though, got burned the banks are still gradually running down portfolios of non-core loans worth $800bn. ?The Guardian reporter Andrew Clark, 2010.[55] Trinity Church looking west on Wall Street. The first months of 2008 was a particularly troublesome period which caused Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke to "work holidays and weekends" and which did an "extraordinary series of moves".[56] It bolstered U.S. banks and allowed Wall Street firms to borrow "directly from the Fed".[56] These efforts were highly controversial at the time, but from the perspective of 2010, it appeared the Federal exertions had been the right decisions. By 2010, Wall Street firms, in Clark's view, were "getting back to their old selves as engine rooms of wealth, prosperity and excess".[55] A report by Michael Stoler in The New York Sun described a "phoenix-like resurrection" of the area, with residential, commercial, retail and hotels booming in the "third largest business district in the country".[57] At the same time, the investment community was worried about proposed legal reforms, including the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act which dealt with matters such as credit card rates and lending requirements.[58] The NYSE closed two of its trading floors in a move towards transforming itself into an electronic exchange.[24] Beginning in September 2011, demonstrators disenchanted with the financial system protested in parks and plazas around Wall Street.[59] In 2012, Wall Street investment banking fees totaled approximately $40 billion,[60] while senior bank officers managing risk and compliance functions earned as much as $324,000 annually in New York City in 2013.[61] On October 29, 2012, Wall Street was disrupted when New York and New Jersey were inundated by Hurricane Sandy. Its 14-foot-high storm surge, a local record, caused massive street flooding in many parts of Lower Manhattan. Power to the area was knocked out by a transformer explosion at a Con Edison plant. With mass transit in New York City already suspended as a precaution even before the storm hit, the New York Stock Exchange and other financial exchanges were closed for two days, re-opening on October 31.[62] It was the first weather-related closing for the NYSE since Hurricane Gloria in September 1985 and the first two-day weather-related shutdown since the Blizzard of 1888. Architecture Federal Hall National Memorial Detail of New York Stock Exchange Wall Street's architecture is generally rooted in the Gilded Age.[26] There are numerous landmarks on Wall Street, some of which were erected as the headquarters of banks. These include 1 Wall Street (previously known as the Irving Trust Company Building and the Bank of New York Building);[63] 14 Wall Street (originally the Bankers Trust Company Building);[64] 40 Wall Street (originally the Bank of Manhattan Company Building, later the Trump Building)[65] 48 Wall Street (Bank of New York & Trust Company Building);[66] and 55 Wall Street (previously the Merchants Exchange, United States Custom House, and National City Bank Building).[67] The U.S. headquarters of Deutsche Bank at 60 Wall Street[68] (formerly the J.P. Morgan headquarters[69]) is the last remaining major investment bank headquarters on Wall Street. The older skyscrapers often were built with elaborate facades, which have not been common in corporate architecture for decades. 23 Wall Street, built in 1914, was known as the "House of Morgan" and served for decades as the bank's headquarters and, by some accounts, was considered an important address in American finance. Cosmetic damage from the 1920 Wall Street bombing is still visible on the Wall Street side of this building.[70] Directly across Wall Street from the former "House of Morgan" is the Federal Hall National Memorial, which previously housed the United States Custom House is now a national monument.[71] Another key anchor for the area is the New York Stock Exchange at the corner of Broad Street, which is by far the world's largest stock exchange per market capitalization of its listed companies,[72][73] at US$23.1 trillion as of April 2018.[74] City authorities realize its importance, and believed that it has "outgrown its neoclassical temple at the corner of Wall and Broad streets", and in 1998, offered substantial tax incentives to try to keep it in the Financial District.[22] Plans to rebuild it were delayed by the September 11 attacks.[22] The exchange still occupies the same site. The exchange is the locus for a large amount of technology and data. For example, to accommodate the three thousand people who work directly on the exchange floor requires 3,500 kilowatts of electricity, along with 8,000 phone circuits on the trading floor alone, and 200 miles of fiber-optic cable below ground


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