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I'm F.M. With Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on the voice of America. Today we tell about some American Expressions that commonly used in business. Bell sound, lighted messages appear, men and women worked in computers, they talk on the telephone, the times they shout and run around. These noise place is a stock exchange. Here expert sales people call broker buy and sell shares of companies. Shares are known as stocks. People who own stock in the company on part of that company. People pay broker to buy and sell stocks for them. If a company earns money. Its stock increases in value. If the company does not earn money, the stock decrease in value. Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changers on the big board. That's the name given to a list of stocks sold on the New York Stock Exchange. The first written used of the world with that meaning was a newspaper in Illinois in 1837. It said the sells on the board were 1700 dollars in Amercian Goal. Invesetors and brokers watch the big ball to see if this stock market is a bull market or bear market. In a bear market, prices go down. In a bull market, prices go up. Investors in a bear market promise to sell stock in future at a sad price. But the investors does not own the stock yet. He or she waits to buy it when the price drops. The meaning of bear market is thought to come from a old story about a man who sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear. And English Dictionary of the 1600 said to sell a bear is to sell for one has not. Worry expert dispute the beginning of the world bull in the stock market. But some say it came from the long connection of the two animals bulls and bears. in sport they were popular years ago in England. Inverstors are always concern about the possbility of the company feeling. In the mordern world rolled, a company that does not eran enought profit is said to go "belly up". A company that goes "belly up" dies like a fish. Fish turn over on their backs when they die. So their stomach and belly up. Stock market inverstors do not want that to happen to company. They wanted company who stop they own to earn more profit that expected. These would sharply increase valuse stock. Investor are hoping from a windfall. The world windfall comes from England of centuries ago. There poor people were bended from cutting trees in forests owned by which landowners. But if the wind blew down a tree, the poor person would take the wood for fuel. So a windfall is something wonderful happen unexpectly. This Special English program Words and Their Stories was wriiten by Jerry Watson. This is F.M.
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    i'm / with words and their story.

 

    a programe in specil english on the voice of america.

 

    today we talk about some american expressions better commonly used in business.

 

    ### man and woman worked computers they talk on the telephone. the time they shouted on around roud. this noise place is a stock exchange. here experts sells pepole called brokers buy and sell shares of companies. the shares are known as stocks.

 

     pepole who own stcok in company or part of that company. pepole pay brokers to buy and sell stocks for them.if a company earns money. it's stocks increase in value.    if the company does not earn money.the stock decreases in value.

 

     brokers and the wester carefully watch for any changes on big borned that the name given into a less 88 stocks sold on the new yeark stock change.

 

    the first written use of the word with that meaning was in the newspaper in / in 1837.its said the sells on the bornd will 1700 dorlls in the american goal. in wester and brokers watch the big board to see if this stock market is a bull market or a bear market.in the bear market prices go dawn .in bull market prices go of .

   

    in westers in bear market promise to sell a stock in the futhur and set price. but in the wester does not own its stock yet.he or she which to buy it when the price drops.

 

    the meaning of bear market is thought to come from a old story about a man who sold the skin of the bear before he caught the bear.and english dectionary of 1600 said to sell a bear is to sell a one has not.

 

    words export to * the begining of the word * in the stock market.but some say they became from long * of two annimals the bulls and the bears.

 

     in the sports said the populer the year ago in england.in westers are always concern about a posibility of a company feeling. in modern road a company that does not earn enough * it said to go * up.the company that goes * up dies like a fish. fish turn over on their backs when they die.so they are stock or up. stock market in westers do not that to happeny to a company.they want to a comany who * their own to earn more *** .this would shirply increase the value of stock in wester on hoping for a win for.

 

    the word win for comes from england of a centuries ago .there poor pepole were bey to cuting trees in forest owned by rich landowners. but if the wind blow down the trees.the poor person good take the wood for *.so a wind for is something wonderful that happend.

 

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I am Field Mark, with words and their stories, a program in special English on the voice of America.

 

Todaywe tell about some America expressions that are commonly used In business. Bell sound, lighted messages appeared, Men and women work in computers, they talk on the telephone, and the times they shout and run around. This noisy place is a stock exchange. Here expert sales people call brokers, Buy and sell shares of companies. Shares are known as Stocks. People who own stock in a company own part of that company.

 

People pay brokers to buy and sale stocks for them. If a company who earns money, its stock increases in value. if a company does not earn money, the stock decreases in value.

 

Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on “the big board”. That is the name given to a list of stocks showed on the NY stock exchange.  The first written use of the word with that meaning was in a news paper in Eleanor, in 1837. It said “The sales on the board were 1700 dollars in American gold. Investors and brokers watch the big board, to see if this stock market is a bull market or a bear market. ” In a bear market, prices go down; in a bull market, prices go up.

 

Investors in a bear market, promise to sell a stock in the future at a set price. But the investor does not own the stock yet, he/she waits to buy it when the price drops. The meaning of the “Bear market” thought to come from an old story, about a man sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear. An English Dictionary of the sixteen hundred, said, “To sell a bear, is to sell what one has not.”

 

Word experts dispute the beginning of the word “Bull” in the stock market. But some say it came from the long connection of the two animals, the bulls and the bears. In sports that were popular years ago in England.

 

Investors are always concerned about the possibility of a company feeling. In the modern world, a company that does not earn enough profit is said to go belly up; a company that goes belly up, dies like a fish. Fish turn over on their backs when they die, so their stomach or belly up.

 

Stocks market investors do not want that to happen to a company. They want the company whose stock they own, to earn more profit than expected. This would sharply increase the value of the stock.

 

Investors are hoping for a windfall. The word “windfall” comes from England, a century ago. There, poor people were banned from cutting trees or forest owned by rich land donors. But if the wind that blew down the tree, a poor person could take the wood for fuel. So a windfall is something wonderful that happens unexpectedly.

 

This special English program “words and their stories”, was written by Jerry Watson, this is Field Mark.

 

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I'm P M with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on the Voice of America. Today we tell about some American expressions that are commonly used in business. Bells sound. Lighted messages appear. Men and women work at computers. They talk on the telephone. At times they shout and run around. This noisy place is a stock exchange. Here expert salespeople called brokers buy and sell shares of companies. The shares are known as stocks. People who own stock in a company, own part of that company. People pay brokers to buy and sell stocks for them. If a company earns money, its stock increases in value. If the company does not earn money, the stock decreases in value. Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on the Big Board. That is the name given to a list of stocks sold on the New York Stock Exchange. The first written use of the word with that meaning was in a newspaper in Illinois in eighteen thirty-seven. It said: "The sales on the board were one thousand seven hundred dollars in American gold." Investors and brokers watch the Big Board to see if the stock market is a bull market or a bear market. In a bear market, prices go down. In a bull market, prices go up. Investors in a bear market promise to sell a stock in the future at a set price. But the investor does not own the stock yet. He or she waits to buy it when the price drops. The meaning of a bear market is thought to come from an old story about a man who sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear. An English dictionary of the sixteen hundreds said, "To sell a bear is to sell what one has not." Word experts dispute the beginnings of the word bull in the stock market. But some say it came from the long connection of the two animals -- bulls and bears -- in sports that were popular years ago in England. Investors are always concerned about the possibility of a company failing. In the modern world, a company that does not earn enough profit is said to go belly up. A company that goes belly up dies like a fish. Fish turn over on their backs when they die. So they are stomach, or belly, up. Stock market investors do not want that to happen to a company. They want a company whose stock they own to earn more profit than expected. This would sharply increase the value of the stock. Investors are hoping for a windfall. The word windfall comes from England of centuries ago. There, poor people were banned from cutting trees in forests owned by rich land owners. But, if the wind blew down a tree, a poor person could take the wood for fuel. So a windfall is something wonderful that happens unexpectedly. This Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by J W.This is P M
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I’m Feel Marrin with Words And Their Stories, a program in special English on the voice of America. Today we tell about some American expressions that are commonly used in bizniz. Bell sound, lighted masseges appear, men and women work at computers, they talked on the telephone, at times they shut and run and run. This noisy place is a stock exchange. Here expert saleapeople called brokers buy and sell shares of companies. The shares are known as stocks. People who own stock in the company own part of that company. People pay brokers to buy and sell stocks for them. If a company earns money, its stocks increases in value. If the company does not earn mony, its stocks decreases in value. Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on the big board. That is the name given to a list of stocks sold on the NewYork stock exchange. The fisrt written use of the word with that meaning was in a newspaper in Illinois in 1837. It said the sales on the board were 1700 dollars in the American gold. Investors and brokers watch the big board to see if the stock market is a bull market or a bear market. In a bear market, prices go down, in a bull market, prices go up. Investors in a bear market promise to sell a stock in the future at a set price, but the investor does not own the stock yet. He or she waits to buy it when the price drops. The meaning of a bear market is thought to come from an old story about a man who sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear. An English dictionary of the 1600s said, to sell a bear is to sell what one has not. Word experts dispute the beginning of the word 'bull' in the stock market, but some say it came from the long connection of the two animals, bulls and bears, in sports that were popular years ago in England. Investors are always concerned about the possibility of a company failing. In the modern world, a company that does not earn enough profit is said to go belly-up . A company that goes belly-up dies like a fish. Fish turn over on their backs when they die. So they are stomach or belly up. Stock market investors do not want that to happen to a company. They want a company whose stock they own to earn more profit than expected. This would sharply increase the value of the stock. Investors are hoping for a windfall. The word windfall comes from England of centuries ago. There, poor people were banned from cutting trees in forests owned by rich landowners, but if the wind blew down a tree, a poor person could take the wood for fuel. So a windfall is something wonderful that happens unexpectedly. This Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Jerilyn Watson. This is Feel Marvin.

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I'm Phil Murray with words and their stories. A program in special English on the voice of American.Today we tell about some American expressions that (*) use in business.

 

Bells sound. Lighted messages appear. Men and women work at computers. They talk on the telephone. At times they shout and run around.

 

This noisy place is a stock exchange. Here expert (*)people called brokers buy and sell shares of companies. The shares are known as stocks. People who own stock in the company, own part of that company.

 

People pay brokers to buy and sell stocks for them. If a company earns money, the stock incresanves in value. If the company dose not earn money, the stock decreases in value.

 

Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on the big board. That is the name given to a list of stocks sold on the NewYork stocks exchange.

 

The first (*) use of the word with that meaning was at newspaper in Illinois in 1837. It said "The sales on the board were 1700 dollars in America gold."

 

Investors and brokers watch the big board to see if the stock marker is a bull marker or a bear marker. In the bear marker, prices go down. In the bull marker, prices go up.

 

Investors in a bear marker promise to sell a stock in the future at a set price. But investor dose not own the stock yet. He or she wait to buy it when the prices drops.

 

The meaning of the bear marker is thought to come from an old story about a man who sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear. An English dictionary of the sixteen hundreds said "To sell a bear is to sell what one has not."

 

Word expert (*) the beginning of the word bull in the stock market. But something became from a long connection of the two animals --bulls and bells, in sports that were popular years ago in England.

 

Investors are always concerned about the possibility of a company falling. In the modern world, a company that dose not earn enough profit is said to go belly up. A company that gose belly up dies like a fish. Fish turn over on their backs when they die. So they are stomach or belly up.

 

Stock market investors do not want that to happen to a company. They want a company whose stock they own to earn more profit than expected. This would (*) (*) the value of the stock. Investors are hoping for a windfall.

 

The word windfall comes from England at (*) ago. There, poor people were banned from cutting trees in forests own by rich land owners. But if the wind blew down a tree, a poor person could take the wood for (*). So a windfall is something wonderful that happens (*).

 

This Special English Program, Words and Stories, was written by Jeri Watson. This is Phil Murray.     

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       I'm F.M ,with Words and their Stories,a progarm in Special English on the Voice of America.
       Today we tell about some American expressions that commonly used in  business.Bell sounds,let it message appear, men and women work it computers, they talk on the telephone,the times they shout and run around,this noisy place is a Stock Exchange.
       Here experts sales the people called brokers buy and sell shares companies ,the shares are known as stocks.People who own stock in the company own part of that company.People pay brokers to buy and sell stocks for them. If the company earns money ,its stocks increases in value.If the company does not earn money ,this stock decreases in value. Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on the big board.
       That is name given to a list of stockd sold on the New York Stock Exchange .The first written use of the world with that meaning was in a newspaper in * in 1937.It said the sales on the board were 1700 dollars in the American gold. Investors and brokers watch the big board to see if the stock market is a bull market or a bear market.In a bear market,price go down,in a bull market ,price go up.Investors in a bear market, promise to sell stock in the future at a set price ,but investor does not own the stocks yet, he or she waits to buy it when the price drops.
       The meaning of the bear market is thought to come from the old story,  about a man who sold the skin of bear before he caught the bear.An english dictionary of 1600 said to sell a bear is to sell what one has not.
       World experts dispute the biginning of word "bull" in the stock market.But some say it came from the long connection of the two animals the bulls and bears.In sports that were popular years ago in England.Investors always concerned about the possibility of the company failing in the modern world .The company that does not earn enough profit ,they say to go belly up.A company that goes belly up dies like a fish,fish turn over on their backs when they die.So they are stomach or belly up.
       Stock market investors do not want that to happen to a company.They want a company who stock they own to earn enough profit than expected.This would sharply increase the value of stock. Investors are hoping for windfall. The word windfall come from England of centuries years ago.There poor people were banned from cuting tree in forests owned by rich land owners but if the wind blew down the tree the poor people could take the wood for *,so a windfall is something wonderful that happened unexpected.
       This Special English Program Words and Their Stories was written b Jerry Walson This is F M

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I'm Fieldmark with Words and Their Stories, the program in Special English on the Voice of America. Today we tell about some American expressions that are commonly used in business.

 

Bell sound, lighted message appeared, men and women worket* computers, they talk on the telephone, the time they shout and run around. This noisy place is a Stock Exchange. Here expert sales people called brokers, buy and sell shares of companies. Shares are known as stocks. People who own stocks in a company, own part of that company. People pay brokers to buy and sell stocks for them. If a company earns money, its stock increases in value. If a company does not earn money, its stock decreases in value. Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on the big board. That is the name given to a list of stocks sold on the New York Stocket* Exchange.

 

The first referenced* used of the word with that meaning was in a newspaper in Illinoise* in 1837. It said the sales on the board were 1,700 dollars in American gold. Investors and brokers watch the big board to see if this stock market is a bull market or a bear market. In a bear market, prices go down. In a bull market, prices go up. Investors in a bear market promise to sell the stocks in the future at a set price. But the investor does not own the stocks yet. He or she waits to buy it when the price drops. The meaning of a bear market is thought* to come from an old story about a man who sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear. And English dictionary of the 1600 said to sell a bear is to sell what one has not.

 

Word expert to s* the beginning of the word "bull" in the stock market. But some say it came from the long connection of the two animals, the bulls and the bears, in sports that were popular years ago in England. Investors are always concern about the possibility of a company failing. In the modern world, the company that does not earn enough profit is said to go bearly* up. A company that goes bearly up dies like a fish. Fish turn over on their backs when they die. So they are stum* at all bearly up. Stock market investors do not want that to happen to a company. They want the company whose stock they own to earn more profit than expected. This would sharply increase the value of the stock. Investors are hoping for a windfor*. The word "windfor" comes from  England of centuries ago. There poor people were wan* from cutting trees in farmrists* owned by rich land owners. But if the wind blew down a tree, a poor person could take the wood fulfilled. So a windfor is something wonderful that happens unexpectedly.

 

This Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Jerry Walson. This is Fieldmarks*.

 

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i am P.N. with words and their stories, a programming special english on the voice of American. Today, we tell about some american expressions that commonly used in business.Bell sounds, like a messges appear, man and woman work on the computers, they talk on the telephone, at the times they shout and run around. this noisy place is a stock exchage. here expert sales people called brokers buy and sell shares of companies,shares are known as stocks. people who owns the stock in a company owns a part of that company, people pay brokers to buy or sell stocks for them. if a company earns money,its stock increases in value. if a company doesn't earn money, the stock decreases in value. brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on the big board,that is the name given to a lift stocks show on the NewYork stock's change.The first reason using of that word with that meaning was on the newspaper in ***in 1837.it said the sales on the board were 1300 dollas in American gold. Investors and brokers watch the big board to see if the stock market is a bull market or a bear market. In the bear market, prices go down. In the bull market, prices go up. Investors in the bear market promise to sell the stock in the future at a set price, but the investors doesn't own the stock yet, he or she which to buy it when the price drops The meaning of the bear market is comes from the old stories about a man who sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear. At english dictionary 0f the 1700 said to sell a bear is to sell what one has not. Word experts dispute the beginning of the word bull in the stock market. But some say it came from the long connection of the two animals, bulls and bears, in sports that was popular years ago in the england. Investors are always concerned about the possibility of a company feeling. In the modern world, a company that doesn't earn enough profit is set to go belly up. A company that gose belly up dies like a fish. fish turned over on their backs when they die. So their stomach and belly up. Stock market investors don't want that to happened to a company. they want the company who stock their own to earn more profit than expected,this will sharply increase the value of the stock. Investors are hoping for a windfall. the word windfall comes from the england of centuries ago. There poor people were banned from cutting trees in forests owned by rich landowners. but if the wind blew down the tree,the poor person could take the wood for fuel. a windfall is something wonderful that happened unexpected.

 

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I'm with Words and their Stories-a program in Special English on the Voice of America.Today we tell about some American expressions that heard commonly used in business. There sounds like a message appeal,man and woman worked computers,they talk on the telephone,the time they showed turn around.These noisy are stock exchange.Here expert sales people called brokers buy and sell shares of companies.The shares know are stocks.People who own stock in the company own part of that company.People pay brokers to buy and sell stocks for them. If a company earns money its stock increases in value.If a company does not earn money the stock decreases in value.Brokers and investers carefully watch for any changes on the big board.That is a name given to a list of stocks sold on the New York stock exchange.The first written use of the word with that meaning was a newspaper in Illinorn in 1837.It said the sales on the board were 1700 dollars in American gold.Investers and brokers watch the board to see if this stock market is a bull market or a bear market.In a bear market prices go down.In a bull market prices go up.Investers in a bear market promise to sell stocks in tht future at a set price.But the ivester that does not own this stock yet.He or she waits to buy it when price drugs. The meaning of bear market is thought to come from a old story about a man who sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear.An English dictionary of 1600 said to sell a bear was to sell what's one has not. Word experts disbute the beginning of the word "bull" in the stock market.But some say it came from a long connection of two animals,bulls and bears in sports that were popular years ago in England. Investers are always concern about the possibility of a company failing.In the morden roll,a company that does not earn enough profit is said to go belly-up.A company that goes belly-up dies like a fish.Fish turn over on their backs when they die.So they are stomach all belly-up.Stock market and investers do not want that to happen to a company.They want a company whose stock they own to earn more profit than expected.This would sharply increase the value of their stock. Investers are hoping for a windfall.The word "windfall" comes from England of centuries ago.There are poor people were ban from cutting trees from forests owned by rich land owners.But if the wind blow down a tree a poor person could take the wood for fuel.So a windfall is something wonderful that happens unexpectedly.
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I am phil murray,with words and their stories,a programme in special English on the VOICE of America,today WE tell about some American exepressions that are commonly used in business,bell sounds,lighted messages appear,men and women worked at computers,thay talk on the telephone,the time they shout and run around,this noisy palace is a stock exchange,here experters sales-people called the brokers buy and sell shares of companies,shares are known as stocks,people who own stock in the compamy own part of that company,people pay brokers to buy or sell stock for them,if the company earns monny,the stock increases in value,if the compamy does not earns money,the stock decreases in value,brokers and investors carefully wacth for any changes on the big borad,that is the name given to a list of stocks sold on the New York stock exchange,the fisrt written use of word with that meaning was in a newspaper in enayi in 1837,its said the sales on the borad were 1700 dollars in American gold,investors and brokers watch the big borad to see if the markert is a bull market or a bear market,in the bear market prices go down,in the bull market,prices go up,investors in a bear market promiss to sell a stock in the future as a set price,but the investor does not own the stock yet,he or she waits to buy it when the price drops,the meaning of the bear market is thought to come from an old story about a man who sold the skin of the bear before he caught the bear,an English dictionary of the 16 hundreds said to sell of a bear is to sell what one has not, words experts dispuse the beginging of the word bull in the stock market,but some say it came from the long conection of two animals the bulls and the bears,in sports that were popular years ago in England,investor are always concerned about the possibility of a company -failing,in the mordem world ,a company that does not earn enough profit is said to go belly up a company that goes to belly up dies like a fish,fish turned over on their banks when they die,so their stockmac are belly up,stock market investors do not want that to happen to a company,they want the company whose stock they own to earn more profit than expected,this would sharply increce the value of the stock ,investors are hoping for a wind-fall ,the word wind-fall comes from England ,of centuries ago,there poor people were ban from cutting trees in frosts owned by rich land owners, but if the wind blew down a tree ,the poor person could take the trees for fuel,so a wind-fall is something wonderful that hanppens unexpectedly!
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I'am Phil Murry with words and their stories, a program in special English on the voice of America. Today we tell about some American expressions that commonly used in business.
   Bell songs. Lighted message appear. Man and woman worked with computers. They talk on the telephone, the times they shout and run around. This  noisy place, is a stock exchange. Here experts sales people called brokers, buy and sale shares of companies. Shares are known as stocks, people who own stock in the company own part of that company. People pay brokers to buy and sale stocks for them. If the company earns money, the stock increases in value, if the stock does not earn money, this stock decreases in value.
   Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on the big board, that is the name given to a list of stocks sold on the New York stock exchange. The first written use of the word with that meaning was in a newspaper in Illinois in 1837, they said "the sales on the board were 1700 dollars in American gold."
   Investors and brokers watch the big board to see if the stock market is a bull market or a bear market. In a bear market, prices go down, bull market, prices go up. Investors in a bear market promises to sell the stocks in the future at a set price. But the investor does not own the stock yet. He or she waits to buy it when the price drops.
   The meaning of a bear market is thought to come from an old story about a man sold the skin of a bear before he caught the bear. and the English dictionary of 1600 said, "to sell a bear is to sell but one has not."
   Word experts dispute the beginning of the word bull in the stock market. But some say it came from a long connection of the two animals bulls and bears in sports that were popular years ago in England.
   Investors are always concerned about the possibility of the a company failing. In the mordern world, a company that does not earn enough profit is said to go valley up. The company that goes valley up dies like a fish. Fish turned over on their backs when they die, so they they are stomach or valley up.
   Stock market investors do not want that to happen to a company.  They want company whose stock they own to earn more profit than expected  This would sharply increase the value of the stock. Investors are hoping for a windfall.
   The word windfall comes from England of centuries ago. There poor people were banned cutting trees in forests owned by rich land owners. But if the wind blew down the tree, the poor person could take the tree for fuel. So a windfall is something wonderfall that happens unexpectedly.
   This Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Jeri Watson. This is Phil Murray.
  

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I am B with Words and Their Stories, A program in special English on the voice of American. Today, we tell about some American expressions better commonly used in business. Bell sound, light and messages disappear, men and women worked computers they talking on the telephone the time they shout and run around. This noisy place is a stock exchange, here experts sales people called brukers buy and sell share of companies. Shares are now as stocks, people who own stocks of company own parts of the company. People pay brokers to buy and sells stocks for them. If a company earns money , its stocks increases in value. If the company dose not earn money, the stocks decrease in value. Broker and investor carefully watch for any changes on the big board. That is the name given to a list of stocks sold on the Newyourk stock’s exchanges. The fist use of the word with that meaning was in newspaper in Elinnaoy in the 18. Its said the sales on the board were 1700$ in American gold. Investor and brockers watch the big board to see if the stock market is a bull market or bear market.In the bear market the prices go down, in the bull market prices go up. Investors in the bear market promise to sell a stock in the future at a set price but investor dose not own the stocks yet, he or she wish to buy it when the price durgs. The meaning of the bear market is for to com furmender all story about a man sold a skin of bear before he caught a bear. The English dictionary bear, to sale a bear is to sell what one has not, worry the export dispuit the begin the bull . it came from the long connections of the two animals the bull and the bears. The is popular years ago in England. Is said Investors are always concerned about the possibility of a company. though company doses no earn enough proper to go belly up companies goes belly up, dies like a fish , fisn turned over on their backs when they die so they are sotamoch are belly up, stock , they want s company who stock start to earn sharp increase the value of the stocks, the investors are hoping for a windfall, the word windfall comes from England of centries ago, there poor people were baned from cutting trees in forest own by rich landowners, but if the wind blew down the tree, A poor person could take the wood for fiure. So A windfall is something wonderful that happens unexpectedly。This special English program words and their stories was written by J, this is Bill M
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I P. M with words and their stories, a program in special English on the voice of America. Today we tell about some American expressions, better commonly used in business. Bell sound, light M. appear, Man and woman worked computers, they talk on the telephone, the times they shout and run around. This noisy place is a stock exchange. Here expert sells people called brokers buy and sell shares of companies. Shares are known as stocks. People who own stock in a company own part of that company. People pay brokers to buy and sell stocks for them. If a company earns money, its prices increases in value. If a company does not earn money, the stocks decrease in value. Brokers and investors carefully watch for any changes on the big board. This is name given to a list of stock sold on the New Your stock exchange. The first written use of word with that meaning was in a newspaper in I. 1837. It says the sales on the board were 1700 dollars in the American gold. The investors and brokers watch the big board to see if the stock market is a bull market or a bear market. In a bear market, prices go down. In a bull market, prices go up. Investors in a bear market, promised to sell stock in the future at a set price. But the investor does not own the stock yet. He or she wish to buy it when the price drops. The meaning of a bear market is thought to come from an old story about a man who sold the skin of bear before he caught the bear. An English dictionary of the 16000 said to sell a bear is to sell what the one has not. Word expert dispute the beginning of the word bull in the stock market. But some say it came from the long connection of the two animal bulls and the bears. In sports, that were popular, years ago, in England, in westerns, are always concern about the possibility of a company failing. In a modern world, a company that does not earn enough profit is said to go B. U. A company that goes B. U. dies like a fish. Fish turn over on their backs when they die. So they are stock or their B. U. stock market and investors do not want that happen to a company. They want the company who stock their own to earn more profit than expected. This was sharply increase the value of the stock. Investors are hoping for a windfall. The word windfall comes from England of centuries ago. There, poop people were banned from cutting trees and forests owned by rich land owners. But if the wind blew down a tree, the poor person could take the wood for fuel, so a windfall is something wonderful that happens unexpected.
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