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Protesters continue to disrupt traffic on Wall Street

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Occupy Wall Street protesters sleep in Zuccotti Park, near Wall Street in New York on Monday, Sept. 26. The protesters staged noisy demonstrations about the power of the financial industry and slowed pedestrian traffic on Wall Street for a second week.

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Protesters march up Wall Street, past the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 26.

For over a week, protesters have been camped out on the streets surrounding the New York Stock Exchange. They continue to voice their opposition to the financial system, and carry signs with anti-corporate messages. On Saturday, 80 protesters were arrested during their march.

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Morning commuters walk past Occupy Wall Street protesters sleeping in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan on Monday, Sept. 26.