Borough Market is set to reopen for business Wednesday after it was forced to close following the London Bridge terror attack that left eight people dead, BBC News reports. Traders will hold a minute’s silence to remember the victims before the market bell is rung at 10:00 BST. The historic market has been closed since the attack on June 3 to allow police to carry out forensic investigations. Donald Hyslop, chair of trustees, said the opening would mark the beginning of a “healing process” for the community.”It is essential for the well-being of everyone associated with Borough Market that we return to at least a semblance of normality as soon as we can.” – Donald Hyslop A trader support…