Egypt's stock market is expected to be closed until next week, in a sign that the situation have not completely returned to normal in Egypt. At the height of the revolt Egypt was losing more than $300 million a day. Economists have predicted slowed growth for the economy, at 3.7 percent. The country's tourism season has also been devastated by the demonstrations and violence -- which accounts for around $11 billion a year in revenue. Ben Gilbert reports that Egyptians are trying their best to get by.