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About that gold stored in flood-prone Lower Manhattan

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There are nearly 15 million pounds of gold brick stored in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which sits 50 feet below sea level. In light of Hurricane Sandy, the financial world is wondering just how smart is it to store gold in flood-prone areas.

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