Financial Data Storm


The freak tornado that hit New York City in August felled trees, downed power lines and damaged homes, and left people stranded. Heavy rain swept into the subway and could not drain quickly enough into the sewers. Instead, water backed up in subway tunnels, and trains ground to a halt. New York's infrastructure is simply not engineered to cope with such sudden and unexpected occurrences.

A timely metaphor, because high volumes being funneled into an infrastructure with limited capacity that can't

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