The New York Stock Exchange announced it will shut down its trading floor Monday but continue to trade electronically, despite fears from some experts that flooding could knock out the underground network of power, phone and high-speed Internet lines that are vital to the nation's financial capital.Officials also postponed Monday's reopening of the Statue of Liberty, which had been closed for a year for $30 million in renovations.
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