Firms Observe Moments of Silence, Shortened Trading

McDonald, Michael
September 2002
Bond Buyer;9/12/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31469, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the early closure of trading in Wall Street. Recommendation by the Bond Market Association to close bond market at two in the afternoon; Flexibility of work schedules in memory of the people lost in the terrorist attacks; Observation on the moment of silence at the beginning of the day.


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