WALL STREET BACK: The New York Stock Exchange opened trading without a hitch Wednesday after a historic two-day shutdown caused by Superstorm Sandy.
ME, WORRIED? Wall Street experts were worried pent-up demand from customers to buy and sell stocks might result in a surge of orders that could send the market on a wild ride. But trading volume Wednesday was normal, and the worst fears quickly ebbed away.
LITTLE CHANGE: Stocks barely budged for the day, with the Dow Jones industrial average and the S&P 500 each moving less than a tenth of percentage point.