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NYSE honors 9/11 victims with moment of silence

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 11 September 2019
The New York Stock Exchange, with the help from members of the NYFD and the NYPD, held a moment of silence Wednesday to commemorate the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. The moment of silence was held ahead of the opening bell. (September 11)
 
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