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Good morning big news that Wall Street reopened yesterday after historic storm shut down but no big moves for stocks ending the day nearly right where they started it.
The month of October however saw a dramatic moves to the downside -- the tech heavy NASDAQ lost four and a half percent last month.
And all three major averages turned in their worst October since 2008.
As the East Coast works to rebuild after sandy experts say all that fixing up a home streets transit systems roads.
Isn't a boost the economy after all in fact -- usually -- half a percentage point off economic growth.
Thinking is the rebuilding in one place replaces building that would have occurred elsewhere.
Super storm sandy by the way in building a super price stag total insured and uninsured losses including -- business activity.
Could total fifteen billion dollars.
Apple shares closed below the key 600 dollar level yesterday the first day investors got to react to the management shake up initiated by chief executive Tim Cook.
Also reviews of iPad -- -- really starting to trickle in now and let's say the -- for the small tablet thus far aren't glowing.
That's business for more on sandy and aftermath log onto foxbusiness.com.
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