While the eclipse didn't do much for workday productivity ( disrupting 82.8% of working Americans to the tune of $694 million, according to data from Challenger, Gray & Christmas) it was still a nice break for everyone involved.
Wall Street was no exception, flocking to Battery Park to sit in the grass and take in the partial eclipse. Most had scrambled to find proper solar eclipse glasses, getting them from Warby Parker or ordering last minute from Amazon (AMZN - Get Report) .
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