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New York Transit Puts Breaks On Wall Street Commutes
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5 Apr 2017 06:03 PM EST

The New York area public transit system is causing problems for Wall Street's workers.
According to bankers, traders, and other people working in finance, Wall Street has been absent of colleagues as travel times into the city can be chaotic for commuters.
Two days after a New Jersey Transit train derailed at New York's Penn Station, Wall Street workers have been forced to find alternative routes, or work from home.
Though some can work remotely, others can't, and the market doesn't adjust to transit problems.
According to Cuttone & Co Senior Vice President Keith Bliss, you have to adjust to the market.

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