Hurricane Irene is expected to make landfall Saturday in coastal North Carolina and hit the turf that houses the data centers that make up Wall Street on Sunday.

But even if this storm proves to be the strongest to hit the East Coast in 20 years, the nation’s stock exchanges say they expect to operate normally on Monday. Their business continuity plans include backup data centers and NYSE Euronext said it has contingency plans in place.

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