Market fluctuations have always been tied to alcohol consumption: when it's up, people celebrate, and when it's down, they drown their sorrows on paired outings at Senor Frog's, which is where the term liquid date comes from (you're welcome). Now even further solidifying that relationship: Big Board.
Equipped with a screen that displays their changing, demand-based beer prices in real time, brew 'n burgerer Big Board fleshes out the Wall Street feel with mahogany park benches, a tile "sidewalk" running around its perimeter, dark gray angular columns meant to evoke skyscrapers, and employees constantly accosting you and asking for money.
The suds market is displayed on a flatscreen (and runs ticker-style on the bottom of three others playing sports), with the prices of all 24 available beers constantly being updated as they're calculated by a complex algorithm that takes into account factors like crowd size, and the amount of people buying any particular brew, with more equaling cheaper, so fittingly, the best beers will go down the quickest.
In case someone else on the floor has eaten your lunch, there are specialty burgers like the sliced prosciutto/ fresh mozz Ciao Bella, the Straight Outta Dublin marinated in Guinness and slathered with Jameson pan gravy, and the chipotle-dusted, chili/ mango salsa-topped Great Chicago Fire, which totally doesn't describe the soccer team!! ...Or maybe it does, but whatever, you don't know, either.
And for the purposes of early strategizing, the beers in play will include Chocolate City Copper Ale, Kilkenny Draught, and Allagash White -- coincidentally, another hard vice heavily influenced by the mood of those in finance.