The New York Stock Exchange is the world’s largest stock exchange by market capitalization. It is the center of Manhattan’s Financial District.
Thank you New York Stock Exchange for sponsoring New York Latin Culture Magazine!
The New York Stock Exchange invited New York Latin Culture Magazine to ring the closing bell in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month on September 30, 2016.
We brought along a cross section of Hispanic/Luso New York City. From left to right:
- Javier Dzul of Dzul Dance (Mexican Maya)
- Jonice Padilha of J Sisters Salon is behind Javier in the photo (Brazilian)
- Felipe Donnelly and Tamy Rofe of Comodo Restaurant (Spanish-Colombian-Mexican-Brazilian)
- Mireya I. Ramos of Latin Grammy winner and Grammy nominee mariachi Flor de Toloache (Dominican-Mexican-Puerto Rican)
- Alexandre Ibrahim, head of International Capital Markets for the New York Stock Exchange (Brazilian)
- Maria Caso life coach (Cuban)
- Keith Widyolar Editor-in-Chief, New York Latin Culture Magazine (Chinese -Persian – Indian – Thai + Canadian – French Canadian – Irish – Welsh/lives in Puerto Rico and the world)
- Antonio Ortiz with Ximena Ojeda (Colombian-American)
- Gregorio Uribe, NYC’s Cumbia Jazz King (Colombian)
- Shae Fiol of Latin Grammy winner and Grammy nominee mariachi Flor de Toloache (Cuban-American)
- Elio Villafranca Grammy-nominated jazz pianist and composer (Cuban)
- Norberto Rivera art dealer at Throckmorton Fine Art (New York Puerto Rican)
Basically we are proud Americans of the United States, and proud of our heritage too.
The closing bell ceremony was watched on major media by over 125 million viewers around the world. The market was up that day. Watch it at livestream.com