Real Estate Damage - the cost of rebuilding the Pentagon is approximately $300 million. The WTC complex damage is in excess of $40 billion dollars. Airline Industry Layoffs - American Airlines, the nation's largest airline, announced that it would lay off at least 20,000 employees. United Airlines, the nation's No. 2 airline, also came out with plans to cut about 20,000 jobs in the wake of the attacks. Boeing announced it was laying off up to 30,000 employees. U.S. Airways announced it would lay off 11,000 employees. Continental laid off 12,000 employees, or 21 percent of its work force, over the weekend. Other major airlines have announced more than 26,000 layoffs and say that figure could reach 100,000 in the coming weeks as a result of the grounding of flights following the Sept. 11 attacks and prospects for seriously reduced business in the coming months. That's a total of almost 200,000 jobs!!! Airline Industry Bankrupcy - Midway Airlines of North Carolina closed down last week while in the midst of reorganizing its financially troubled business, laying off 1,700 employees. America West Holdings Corp. said Wednesday it was one of several airlines that may be forced to file for bankruptcy unless Congress quickly provides financial aid to the industry. Stock Market - in the first hour of trading Thursday, the Dow was down 239.68 at 8,519.45. With Thursday's early decline, the Dow has lost 1,076 points so far this week. Major market gauges have lost almost 10 percent in their first three days of trading since it resumed after the attacks shut markets for the longest period since the Great Depression.