I've never had anything like this in 12 years of business.
The damage wrought by Hurricane Matthew may cost billions more than originally thought.
The storm, which has killed 34 people in the United States and hundreds more in Haiti, may end up totaling $10 billion in damages. Insurance payouts will likely cover only half that amount, according to a Goldman Sachs estimate.
Port of Savannah takes a hit
The good news? The overall impact on the national economy will be minimal.
But businesses that relied on shipping to the Port of Savannah, one of the nation's busiest container ship ports, may take a hit.
October is when many businesses import their holiday goods.
WATCH | For now, floodwaters remain the most dangerous remnant of Matthew. North Carolina Gov. Pat McCory strongly urged locals to avoid water on Wednesday.
WATCH | Locals seemed to agree the storm was dangerous. Breanna Lawson survived getting caught in it and told CNN the tale.
WATCH | But even after getting out of the water, Lawson said she fears looters.
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