Marketplace AM for February 9, 2005
Thousands of people are without homes in coastal towns destroyed by Asia's tsunami. So why are big, internationally run hotels the first in line to be rebuilt? Andrea Gardner reports. Then, Marketplace's travel expert Rudy Maxa explains why he still plans to visit the struggling region in the aftermath of the disaster.
Political events often shape what happens in the stock market, even more so in Israel. Nancy Updike reports on how political violence influences the ups and downs of Israel's stock exchange.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />