Airports and markets reopen as Sandy recedes

Italian tourists sit in the closed Ronald Reagan National Airport stranded between flights as Hurricane Sandy moves through Washington, DC, October 29, 2012.

Wall Street has resumed trading today for the first time since last Friday. JFK and Newark airports are reopening as well on a limited basis.

For more on the great reboot after Hurricane Sandy, Seth Kaplan of airline weekly shares his views on what it will take for the airlines to get back to normal after grounding 18,000 flights due to the storm.

Christopher Low, chief economist of FTN Financial, describes the landscape as markets in New York start the day with limited staffing.

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Jeremy Hobson is host of Marketplace Morning Report, where he looks at business news from a global perspective to prepare listeners for the day ahead.

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