New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq Hold Moments of Silence for Paris Attack Victims

The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq both held moments of silence ahead of the opening bell Monday in honor of the victims of Friday's deadly terror attacks in Paris.

Both exchanges went silent at 9:25 a.m. in honor of the 129 killed and the 352 injured in the series of coordinated attacks in France's capital city Friday night.

European markets observed a minute of silence at 11 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time.

The observance is one of many being held Monday. They come as authorities execute dozens of raids around Europe in search of accomplices in the attacks. French authorities have also named the attacks' alleged mastermind

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