Aftermath Back in business: New York getting on its feet Add to ... AP Video Published Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012 6:47AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012 7:11AM EDT The New York Stock Exchange will be open Wednesday, while JFK and Newark Airports resume limited service. Still, getting all of the city's power back on could take days. Watch More Video: European and Asian stocks gain as Brexit nerves settle Toyota recalls millions of vehicles worldwide CIBC makes $4.9-billion bet on the U.S. with takeover of PrivateBancorp Line's IPO price values it at $6.6-billion Brexit: Merkel warns no way back Drought hit coffee growers worry about rain Crackdown on old wells could choke energy firms Brexit and the Canadian banks IKEA recalls 29 million chests, dressers Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from GlobeInvest's Peter Brieger VW to pay over $15.3-billion in settlement Small banks victims of Brexit bloodbath Volkswagen settlement to affect 100,000 owners in Canada Shares, sterling fight back after Brexit beating Takata boss to step down Volkswagen faces $15-billion payout in U.S. Global markets stabilize after post-Brexit losses U.S. consumers are eating in more U.S. luxury hotel moves into Cuba Brexit hits U.K.'s appeal to Asia Inc. Comments AA More Related to this Story Asia Video: Stability more crucial to China than growth: S&P analyst Energy Video: Why is deep-sea drilling a rare growth industry?