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November 1, 1987 | United Press International
Officials at the New York Stock Exchange vowed Saturday to keep the ticker of its overburdened and beleaguered market going despite the prospect of a strike by 950 clerks and secretaries. The contract expired at midnight Saturday, said Richard Torrenzano, a vice president at the stock exchange. "Our position is that we are going to be open Monday morning, and the exchange will function normally regardless of any action by the union," Torrenzano said.
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November 1, 1987 | United Press International
Officials at the New York Stock Exchange vowed Saturday to keep the ticker of its overburdened and beleaguered market going despite the prospect of a strike by 950 clerks and secretaries. The contract expired at midnight Saturday, said Richard Torrenzano, a vice president at the stock exchange. "Our position is that we are going to be open Monday morning, and the exchange will function normally regardless of any action by the union," Torrenzano said.
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