Oct. 28--The physical "net worth" of the New York Stock Exchange amounted to only $27,570,288 on Dec. 1, 1933, desite the billions of dollars of securities changed hands yearly, it was disclosed today in figures supplied by the Exchange to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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