UBS PaineWebber spokesman, Paul Marrone, spokesman said the firm's advisors were in their offices in the days after the attack, working with their clients. "We have not seen any extraordinary inbound phone calls," he said.

The company issued a market commentary from its chief investment strategist, Edward Kerschner, the afternoon after the attack, recommending that the firm's clients "sit tight' until more is known" about the direction of the economy.

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