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BRIEFLY

November 10, 1987

Clerical workers at the New York Stock Exchange voted to strike, but a stock market official said the exchange would open as usual today. A bargaining session between the NYSE and Local 153 of the Office and Professional Employees International Union, which represents about 1,100 workers, ended Monday afternoon and the membership voted 2 to 1 to strike. The contract expired Oct. 31, but the floor reporters, clerks, secretaries and maintenance workers kept working while federally mediated talks continued. No further talks are scheduled.

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