Gold Coin Continues Buying And Selling Gold Coins Despite Hurricane Sandy Shutdowns
Gold coin superstore, Gold Coin continues buying and selling gold coins despite a second day of market shutdowns after Wall Street officials announced that the New York Stock Exchange will remain closed for the second consecutive trading day due to the disasters of Hurricane Sandy.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Gold coin superstore, Gold Coin has announced that they will continue buying and selling gold coins despite market shutdowns of the New York Stock Exchange after Hurricane Sandy left much of New York in disaster state. All calls from Gold Coin's New York offices are being routed directly to their Dallas offices until further notice.
Hurricane Sandy, the 900 mile super-storm dubbed “Frankenstorm” has left much of New York flooded this morning, forcing shutdowns of Wall Street for a second consecutive trading day after President Obama declared a major disaster in New York and Long Island. This is the second time the New York Stock Exchange has suspended operations for two consecutive days due to weather, and the first time was during a blizzard in 1888. According to Duncan Niederauer, chief executive of the New York Stock Exchange's parent company, stock and future markets will need to open on Wednesday regardless of damages because options expire on the last day of every month.
Arthur McGuire, Vice President of Gold Coin says “Our hearts and prayers go out to all those affected by Hurricane Sandy. We will continue holding strong and despite a shutdown of our New York offices, we will continue buying and selling gold coins from our Dallas, Texas locations. The gold price is moving up after the hurricane, as it typically does after world disasters.”
Gold Coin is North America's gold coin superstore. They buy and sell all types of gold, silver, and platinum coins with free delivery directly to your door. For more information or a free "Gold Coin Starter Kit", visit http://www.GoldCoin.net or call 1-800-425-5672 today.
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/10/prweb10073668.htmView Comments and Join the Discussion!