CNBC Latin America

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CNBC Latin America
CNBC logo derived from the 1986 NBC Peacock logo
Launched 1998 ca.
Owned by NBCUniversal
Website CNBC.com on MSN
Availability
Terrestrial
Not applicable Not applicable
Satellite
AMC-10 (formerly Satcom C4), C-band Digital Channel 103 (Transponder 13)
Cable
Numerous variable channel number

CNBC Latin America is a business TV channel from NBC Universal and Dow Jones that retransmits programs from CNBC and CNBC World to Latin America. CNBC World itself retransmits programs from CNBC Europe and CNBC Asia.

Weekday programming
ET Program Retransmitted channel Hosts Description
00:00 Mad Money CNBC Jim Cramer Fast-paced show offering stock advice to callers Rerun from 18:00
01:00 Squawk Box Europe CNBC World (from CNBC Europe) Geoff Cutmore Derived from CNBC's Squawk Box Live
04:00 Morning Exchange CNBC Ross Westgate, Louisa Bojesen Derived from CNBC's former Morning Exchange with Liz Claman
05:00 Wake-Up Call Brad Goode, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera First word on futures movement and trading Europe and Asia
07:00 Squawk Box Mark Haines, David Faber, Joe Kernen, Steve Liesman, Rebecca Quick Provides a mix of business news and commentary
10:00 Morning Call Ted David, Liz Claman Focuses on real-time market coverage
12:00 Power Lunch Bill Griffeth, Sue Herera Examines the companies, people, and trends influencing Wall Street
14:00 Street Signs Erin Burnett  
15:00 Closing Bell Joe Kernen/David Faber, Maria Bartiromo Covers the close of the trading day
17:00 Kudlow & Company Lawrence Kudlow Provides market and economic commentary and interviews
18:00 Mad Money James Cramer A fast-paced show offering stock advice to callers
19:00 Late Night with Conan O'Brien Conan O'Brien Talk show Rerun from 00:35 on NBC
N/A (EST) / 20:00 (EDT) Asia Squawk Box CNBC World (from CNBC Asia) Martin Soong Derived from CNBC's Squawk Box Live
20:00 (EST) / 21:00 (EDT) Asia Market Watch Amanda Drury Derived from CNBC's former Market Watch with Maria Bartiromo