European Closing Bell

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European Closing Bell
European Closing Bell.png
Genre business news program
Presented by Louisa Bojesen (2010-)
Ross Westgate (2003-2004, 2011-2012)
Guy Johnson (2007-2011)
Simon Hobbs (2003-2007)
Kavita Maharaj (2003-2004)
Country of origin United Kingdom
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CNBC Europe
Original run 2003-06-02[1] – present
Chronology
Preceded by European Market Wrap
Followed by Incumbent
External links
Website

European Closing Bell is a television programme aired on business news channel CNBC Europe from 5pm to 6pm CET (4pm to 5pm WET), and from 11am to 12pm on CNBC World in the United States. The programme is presented from London by Louisa Bojesen. The show covers the last half hour of trades in the European equity markets, and reports on the day's final numbers and top stories as the markets close at 5:30pm CET. As the major European markets are electronic, no actual "closing bell" is rung - nonetheless there is a countdown on the CNBC Europe strap and video wall until the close of trade. Other regular segments include a daily "Guest Investor" and a technical analysis slot.

Prior to 26 March 2007, the programme ran for two hours until 7pm CET. The second hour of the programme was of a slower pace, offering a more in-depth look at financial and political events. During major European trade fairs and political events such as EU summits and elections, European Closing Bell was often anchored live from these events. Many of these features were incorporated into the extended Europe Tonight after its relaunch on the same date.

Prior to June 2003, European Closing Bell was known as European Market Wrap. The theme music for the programme is the same as that used by the U.S. version of Closing Bell.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Ellery, Simon (2003-05-30). "MEDIA: CNBC revamps schedule". PR Week. Retrieved 2007-07-23. 

External links[edit]

  1. European Closing Bell - CNBC.com
  2. European Closing Bell at the Internet Movie Database