Economical Ramifications from Hurricane Sandy Reaching the Valley

Wednesday, October 31, 2012 - 8:46am

The economical ramifications of hurricane Sandy are being felt in much of the Northeast as well as locally. It has been two days since the Stock Market Exchange has been closed and it has been estimated that the damage from the storm has already reached $20 billion dollars. UTPA Professor Steven Lowell commented on the situation saying, "They have lost two days of trading, so whatever they would have made or would have lost, as for locals here, only traders has it really affected other than that not much, it's a localized issue."

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