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That's sound is music through the years of freighters as investors who -- New York mayor Michael Bloomberg ringing the opening balance and -- stock exchange.
-- -- halted trading for two days following hurricane sandy which knocked out power to lower Manhattan.
The power is still out but the exchange brought in generators to help get it up and running.
The other problem was getting traitors to their posts since New York city's mass transit system remains crippled.
About 90% of them according to the exchange.
Made it to work hitching rides with friends who drove into the city early this morning.
There's a lot for investors to consider as trading resumes home improvement stocks may benefit from the massive rebuilding effort.
Expected to start in the wake of hurricane sandy.
And tech investors will be able to react to the management shake up announced earlier at apple.
It's a sign of a return to normalcy.
As Wall Street gets back to business in New York City Adam Shapiro Fox Business.
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