Wall Street’s Art Cashin reflects on 9/11 and what it took to rebuild

A day before the 20th anniversary of 9/11, veteran trader Art Cashin reflected Friday on the impact of the terrorist attacks on Wall Street, the country and him personally.

Cashin, who has been an NYSE member since 1964, was in lower Manhattan on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. He remained in the stock exchange building all day, even as the NYSE and Nasdaq did not open for trading, a rare occurrence, because of the attacks.

Phone service was severely impaired in Manhattan that day, but those at Cashin’s post somehow remained operational, he said Friday on CNBC’s “Squawk on

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Market’s violent moves will set stage for massive comeback: Art Hogan

Market bull Art Hogan is looking beyond the trading week’s rough start.

The National Securities chief market strategist expects the violent moves will set the stage for a massive comeback that will prompt him to hike his S&P 500 year-end target.

“Here we are with everything for sale in a risk-off mode. People piling into the Treasurys,” Hogan told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Monday. “Likely, all of that gets stretched.”

The Dow saw its worst day on Monday on jitters associated with Covid-19 Delta variant risks. The S&P 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq saw their biggest drops since May. Plus, the

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a look inside the art deco landmark in new york

completed at the peak of new york’s love affair with art deco architecture, ‘one wall street’ still stands today as a landmark to a bygone era. occupying an entire block in the city’s bustling financial district, the building was originally designed by ralph walker, who, in 1957, was hailed as ‘the architect of the century’ by the new york times. constructed for irving trust, an american investment bank, the skyscraper opened at the start of the 1930s and continued to serve as an office building until 2015.


now, with the building currently being transformed into residences — the largest

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