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Good morning for a city that never sleeps much of New York has been tucked in early prepping for hurricane sandy Wall Street shut down many financial companies like American Express closing up shop.
And banks including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley operating on -- work at home basis.
Drug giant Pfizer postponing its earnings to the end of the week Macy's and Starbucks closing many if not all New York area stores.
Even the US stock markets -- -- today and they likely one open tomorrow either.
The last time the New York Stock Exchange -- its floor hurricane Gloria 1985.
So how much damage we'll hurricane sandy cause it's it's hard to tell but for comparison Irene caused four point three billion dollars in insured damages last year.
Plus hundreds of ninety dollars and flood -- is making it one of the top ten costliest US hurricanes in history.
The good -- insurance adjusters are already mobilized and it planned to be on the scene Wednesday they can and plan to write checks on the spot.
For policyholders affected.
Backing up to Friday the major averages were flat for all of last week -- ended sharply lower the NASDAQ Composite has been down for three consecutive weeks.
-- for this week in addition to rain winds and gusts Wall Street gets auto sales due out on Thursday and yet -- over jobs report comes down on Friday.
That's business for more on hurricane -- log on to foxbusiness.com.
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