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On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, the opening of the New York Stock Exchange was delayed after the primary aircraft crashed into the World Trade Center’s North Tower, and buying and selling for the day was canceled after the second aircraft crashed into the South Tower. The New York Stock Exchange Building was then evacuated in addition to practically all banks and monetary institutions on Wall Street and in lots of cities across the nation. The London Stock Exchange and different stock exchanges around the world had been also closed down and evacuated in concern of follow-up terrorist attacks.

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