European Closing Bell - Netflix

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

On 9 March 2015, European Closing Bell launched new titles based on the US version used since 13 October 2014. On 18 December 2015, European Closing Bell ended its 12-year run as it was replaced with the US-produced Squawk Alley, which began airing on CNBC Europe on 21 December 2015.

European Closing Bell - Netflix

Type: News

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2003-06-02

European Closing Bell - Europe Tonight - Netflix

Europe Tonight was an evening television business news programme which was broadcast on CNBC Europe from 2004 to 2009. The programme was most recently presented by Guy Johnson and Anna Edwards.

European Closing Bell - History - Netflix

The original Europe Tonight was a 30-minute market review broadcast on weekdays at 6:30pm CET until 2001. The programme was relaunched in September 2004, and replaced Frankfurt Closing Bell, which was shown at 8pm CET and co-presented from the Frankfurt Stock Exchange by Silvia Wadhwa and by Simon Hobbs in London. Until 2004, the Deutsche Börse remained open later than the other European markets - until 20:00 CET. After the hours of electronic trading on the Xetra system were changed so as to stop at 17:30 CET, Wadhwa remained as co-host of the new Europe Tonight. The programme time, previously filled by updates on late German trade was replaced by interviews with Frankfurt-based strategists, commentators and CEOs. The remainder of this version of the programme was essentially an update of European Closing Bell, in which Hobbs reviewed the day's business events and covered any late breaking news.

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