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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Jan 8 market updates

A man walks beside a frozen wall on a beach in Chicago, Illinois, January 7, 2014. REUTERS-Jim Young
Snow covers subway rails in New York City on January 3.
Pedestrians brave wind and snow as they cross New York City's Fifth Avenue on January 3.
Sunlight beams through the windows of a building that caught on fire Friday, January 3, in Plattsmouth, Nebraska. The firefighters' water froze all over the building.
Snow is piled high in front of a Home Depot in Boston on January 4.
A blanket of fog covers Lake Michigan along the Chicago shoreline January 6.
A man clears the sidewalk in front of his home in Carmel, Indiana, on January 6.
Vehicles drive down a snow-covered road in Burton, Michigan, on January 6.
Ice builds up along Lake Michigan at Chicago's North Avenue Beach on Monday, January 6.
Ice forms around rocks on the Brooklyn waterfront, across from Lower Manhattan, on January 7, in New York City.
Winter storms in Europe have brewed big waves off some of the continent's surfing hot spots. The swell at famous surf spot Belharra, two kilometers off the French coast, saw some of the sport's top names fly in from around the world.

A NOAA handout image taken from space on January 3, 2014 by the Suomi NPP satellite shows a blanket of snow that stretches from the midwestern region of the United States across to New England after a massive winter storm moved over the region. The Great Lakes region is shown in upper left and states of Delaware, New Jersey and New York are included in lower right.  REUTERS-NASA-NOAA-Handout via Reuters