In Pictures:Sandy Swallows Manhatten BYE BYE Banksters. No Looting This week.

The biggest and most destructive storm to ever hit the US East coast has left sharks swimming in New Jersey neighborhoods, Manhattan dark and underwater, the Con Edison power plant going supernova, the subway system ready for U-boats, and threatens to drop the 1% back into the 99%.

Unbelievable photos of the shocking destruction below:

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Sandy flood waters inundate Ground Zero (via AP)

Hoboken PATH station (via @garywhitta)

Sharks are swimming in New Jersey:

Con Edison explosion from @georgeweld

Lower Manhattan:

Manhattan goes dark (AAP)

Parking in an underground garage during a hurricane is not advisable (Getty)

The Vampire Squid (Goldman Sachs) blockading 200 W. Street with sand gold tungsten filled bags Monday (Gary Silverman)

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US Markets closed on Monday. From NBC and Reuters: NYSE and Nasdaq to close on Monday due to Hurricane Sandy

U.S. stock trading will be closed on Monday and possibly Tuesday in response to Hurricane Sandy, NYSE Euronext said late on Sunday.
NYSE Euronext, which runs the New York Stock Exchange, had previously said that electronic trading would remain open and that only the exchange’s trading floor would close.
In a statement, the company said that “the dangerous conditions developing as a result of Hurricane Sandy will make it extremely difficult to ensure the safety of our people and communities, and safety must be our first priority.”
Nasdaq said it would also close all U.S. equity and derivatives exchanges, as well as the Nasdaq/FINRA TRF on Monday, CNBC reported late Sunday night. It is likley the markets will also be closed on Tuesday, according to the statement from the exchange.

To all in the path of Sandy: Stay safe and dry!

• At 8:30 AM ET, the Personal Income and Outlays report for September is expected to be released. The consensus is for a 0.4% increase in personal income in September, and for 0.6% increase in personal spending. And for the Core PCE price index to increase 1.7% year-over-year.

• At 10:30 AM, the Dallas Fed Manufacturing Survey for October. The consensus is for a reading of 2, up from -0.9 last month. This is the last of the regional survey for October.

• At 2:00 PM, The Federal Reserve is expect to release the October 2012 Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices.

• Expected: the National Multi Housing Council (NMHC) Quarterly Apartment Survey. This is a key survey for apartment vacancy rates and rents.

The Asian markets are mixed tonight, with the Nikkei up 0.3%.

From CNBC: Pre-Market Data and Bloomberg futures: the S&P futures are down 2 and DOW futures are down 10.

Oil prices are down recently with WTI futures at $86.28 per barrel and Brent down to $110.12 per barrel.


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