The old Frankfurt Stock Exchange automatically appears in the address option, which naturally confirms that it is correct. But here we creatively compare and compete with each other, which shows that the financial market is the alternation of bear market and bull market.
After watching the very poetic Frankfurt, Faye and I decided to go to Frankfurt Stock Exchange. He is one of the four major stock exchanges in the world. I found a cow at the entrance of the stock exchange. I thought, no, the stock market can not only have a bull market, but also a bear market. In front of the cow, there were N bold poses.
It is highly recommended if an appointment can be made for a visit. In fact, after the semi-automation of the exchange, the real office space has been moved, but the old exchange is worth visiting because of its status. There is also the relative sculpture of bear and bull at the entrance, which creatively put forward and demonstrated for the first time that the financial market is a process of alternating bull and bear markets. There are only bulls at the entrance of the Shanghai and American exchanges. Although it is our good wish to love the bull market rather than the bear market, this is the birthplace of the bear market and the only place where the fact that there are bears and bulls is frank. It is also worthwhile to go to pilgrimage one or two.
Frankfurt's Old Stock Exchange Center is actually the most worthy of seeing two statues at the entrance. Many people scramble on the horns to protect their stock market to make money. When we went to the entrance of the Stock Exchange Center, we were still doing fashion shows, which seemed to be a bit incompatible!
The old securities centre is near the Roman Square. Like other stock exchanges, there is a bull at the entrance, praying for a bull market.
Copper bulls and bears in front of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange are good places to take pictures.
The Old Stock Exchange is in the old city of Frankfurt. It's not far from the Roman Square, and I walked up to it that year. The brown-red classical building, with a huge statue of the bull-bear duel at the entrance, annotates its function and adds a lot of color to the scenic spot.
The old stock exchange was built in Frankfurter B&rse in the early 19th century, which was one of the largest stock exchanges in Europe. The building itself is a Renaissance-style building with many colorful statues. The 43-meter-high steel glass dome injects a trace of modern elements into this classical and elegant building. It is now the world's fourth largest stock exchange, where securities, foreign exchange and gold are traded every working day. Visitors can watch the busy scene from the corridor of the trading hall.