Paul Smith filled the bourse de Commerce with its copper cupola in June for his menswear show.
Once the bluest chip on the São Paulo bourse, worth $35 billion in 2011, OGX is trading at a few cents a share.
Yet the bourse stands fast, and the decree is likely enough to be popular with the ouvrier class.
bourse: the same as Exchange, where merchants meet to transact their business.
Juffrouw Krummel said she practiced with her husband when he came from the bourse.
In 1794 the ground floor of the Petite Galerie was used as a bourse.
But a large number of enterprises were started in Germany of which the Berlin bourse knew nothing.
He got "Sunday specials" out of them both, and then went on to the bourse de Travail.
He often played baccarat: cards were lenient with his purse and the bourse with his pocketbook.
In the Paris bourse all agents are strictly forbidden to trade on their own account.
"stock exchange," 1570s, burse, from Old French borse "money bag, purse" (12c.), from Medieval Latin bursa "a bag" (see purse (n.)). French spelling and modern sense of "exchange for merchants" is first recorded 1845, from the name of the Paris stock exchange. The term originated because in 13c. Bruges the sign of a purse (or perhaps three purses), hung on the front of the house where merchants met.