Ringing in the Start of a New Trading Day

Posted on June 26, 2019 by admin  |  Share

Catholic Charities Rings Opening Bell With Cardinal Dolan
Timothy Cardinal Dolan rings open bell for NYSE
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Catholic Charities New York is at the NYSE

by Dana Weiner

To the applause of traders and guests, Timothy Cardinal Dolan and Monsignor Kevin Sullivan rang in the start of a new trading day with the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange. The event honors Catholic Charities of New York and the Cardinal’s Committee for Charity in providing assistance and services to those in need. Preceding the opening bell, the Cardinal’s Committee for Charity held its annual NYSE breakfast.

Guests included, Monsignor LaMorte, William Anderson, Phil Bruno, Marilyn Caselli, Noreen Culhane, Stacy Cunningham, Louis DiCerbo, Joseph Gannon, Mria Landaveri, John McAvoy, Eugene McQuade and Pat Tully.

Since 1985, the NYSE has used an opening bell to ensure order in the marketplace and trades do not occur before the opening or closing bell. Similarly to this, the Cardinals Committee for Charity members, is a giving society that, since the height of the Great depression, has remained constant in their support of Catholic Charities New York’s mission to provide help and to create hope for Catholics and non-Catholics alike.

Opening Bell with special guests
Catholic Charities at the Stock Exchange

CCNY branding on the floor of the NYSE
Catholic Charities on the Floor of the NYSE

NYSE Dining Room, Cardinal's Committee for Charity
NYSE Dining Room, Cardinal's Committee for Charity


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