Its Occupy London Stock Exchange After Occupy Wall Street

October 14 00:00 2011

New York, October 14 ( – The Occupy Wall Street movement is finding its precedents in various parts of America and the world. The latest addition being London with its occupy London Stock Exchange movement. About 4,000 people have already signaled about their intention to participate in the protest against the domination of the economic system by a wealthy few while the masses live their lives in turmoil. Like in New York, the number is expected to be a lot bigger.

The protest is expected to begin on October 15th in Paternoster Square. This location is famous for housing offices of some of the biggies of global finance including Goldman Sachs, Citigroup etc. In what has been an unprecedented series of events, a leaderless movement which started as a few protestors camping near New York Stock Exchange spread to all parts of the US. Now its taking UK by storm.

The protestors are finding their sympathizers in the financial community as well. Howard Buffet, the son of billionaire Warren Buffet has stated that such actions sometimes become necessary to cause change. Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit empathizes with the protestors. Vikram Pandit is seeking an opportunity to speak to the protestors to understand what their demands truly are.