Pacific Stock Exchange - Definition

A regional stock exchange with a main exchange Floor and building in San Francisco, California, USA and a branch in Los Angeles, California, USA. Its history began with the founding of the San Francisco Stock and Bond Exchange in 1882 and the Los Angeles Oil Exchange in 1889. Over the next 124 years, it expanded and reorganized a number of times before it merged with the New York Stock Exchange and Archipelago to form the NYSE Group in 2006. The New York Stock Exchange conducts no business operations under the name Pacific Exchange, essentially ending its separate identity. The building and real estate directly related to the Pacific Stock Exchange in Los Angeles were slated for redevelopment into high rise condos and retail stores in early to mid 2000 but nothing ever materialized, other than a couple of temporary nightclubs operating on the old Equities trading floor.



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