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Wall Street set for modest rebound but global market jitters heap pressure on the dollar and boost gold prices.
Hurricane Irma could be first category 5 storm to hit the U.S. since Andrew in 1992, with damage estimates topping Katrina's wreckage.
Florida Governor Rick Scott declares state of emergency as Irma winds hit 150 mph.
Dow futures point to 130 point slide at opening bell
Oil and cotton prices gained on Tuesday, but grains fell. Meanwhile the potential, solid returns of catastrophe bonds looked to have survived the Japan earthquake.
Corn, coal and catastrophe bonds were market attention grabbers amid the nuclear leak and earthquake news out of Japan.
As crude oil prices suffer after Japan's massive earthquake, natural gas was popping.
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