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Tradition is very important and so is making money. It has always been a tradition in many parts of the world to make good money. When the two things can be combined everybody is happy that things are going to be accepted by people even if they have different philosophies. The term “Closing Bell” is one such entity. It came into being after the organizers of the New York Stock Exchange decided that they would put up a big bell that would be rung every single working day at the exchange at exactly 4:00 pm EST to signify the end of the trading session for that day. This tradition started in 1870 and continues to this day and special guests often unrelated to the stock exchange are invited to ring the bell ceremoniously. These events are publicized and covered in the media and this concept of the closing bell has inspired two widely watched TV programs on CNBC over the years. Both these TV programs, the original Closing Bell on CNBC meant for American viewers and the European Closing Bell on CNBC Europe meant for European viewers were popular but now only Closing Bell on CNBC is on air.

The Program Has Always Had Effective & Smart Hosts

 

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This CNBC program has been named Closing Bell because the hosts and their teams cover the period till the end of the trading on that day at the NYSE and review the trading after the market has been closed for that particular day. The Closing Bell show started on CNBC on February 4, 2002, and there have been several Closing Bell hosts who have worked over the years. Some of the hosts’ names that became quite popular and well-known over the years are Maria Bartiromo, Kelly Evans, Bill Griffeth, Tyler Mathisen, and Dylan Ratigan. Most of them continued to have active and successful careers on TV networks specializing in business programs. So who are the Closing Bell hosts on CNBC now? Right now the Closing Bell hosts who appear on this show are Wilfred Frost and Sara Eisen and both have been the anchors since 2018.

Working on Money Matters Rather Than Earning Big Money!

 

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Wilfred Frost is the son of the famous interviewer and TV host Sir David Frost and his mother is Lady Carina Fitzalan-Howard, a daughter of a Duke. So Wilfred is kind of royalty from both his parents’ sides! Wilfred attained a degree in politics, philosophy, and economics from the University of Oxford in Oxford, England, and then worked in investment management for five years. He changed his line of work after attending a short media-training program in London and began his career in broadcasting. Frost cut his teeth on CNBC and in the year 2014 he became the co-anchor of Worldwide Exchange, a TV business news program that had several multiple international editions. Frost first worked on the London edition and then in 2016, he began work on the American edition of the show. Then in 2018, he was appointed as one of the two program hosts for Closing Bell and since then along with his co-anchor Sara Eisen, Frost has done a great job. Wilfred has also been doing a lot of work to raise awareness of heart-related diseases since 2013.

An Intelligent, Multi-Tasking, & Conscientious Woman

 

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Sara Eisen, the other co-anchor, is smart and knowledgeable which is known to everybody but is also great looking. She is just 37 years old but has already accomplished a lot in her broadcasting career. After completing her studies at the New York University first and then at the Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, Eisen worked for Bloomberg Television for a while. Her talent was quickly noticed and she was snapped up by CNBC in 2013 and she began to co-host the TV programs Worldwide Exchange and Squawk on the Street. After a brief stint on the show Power Lunch, Eisen became a co-anchor on Closing Bell in November 2018. Eisen is married to a TV professional named Matthew Levine and the couple has two children. Still, Eisen has taken time out and serves diligently on Room to Read’s New York regional board. Room to Read is a non-profit organization that works to improve literacy and gender equality in the field of education in the developing world. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and is currently serving communities in 10 countries in Asia and Africa.

The Hosts in America Set the Exciting Pace!

 

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Now CNBC has Closing Bell-type programs in several countries where they operate in and they are all modelled on the original American show. These shows are on CNBC in countries like Turkey, India, Japan, Italy, UAE, South Korea, and Indonesia, and they are all getting popular. CNBC’s policy seems to be that whichever trading exchanges are allowed to be covered by that country’s authorities on the network, CNBC will make sure they are up and ready to do it! The high standards and inspiration for accomplishing this are coming from Closing Bell on CNBC in America and the two current Closing Bell hosts Wilfred Frost and Sara Eisen are pushing the proverbial envelope!

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