Market Wrap Format business news program, talk show Presented by Maria Bartiromo
Country of origin United States Language(s) English Production Running time 120 minutes (2 hours) Broadcast Original channel CNBC Original run 1989 (as Market Wrap-Up) – 2002-02-01 Chronology Followed by Closing Bell
Market Wrap is a show on CNBC that aired between 4pm and 6pm ET, and it was replaced by Closing Bell on Feb 4, 2002.was premiered in 1989 as Market Wrap-Up was Anchored by Bill Griffeth and others. In 1996 when Cavuto leaving from CNBC for Fox News Channel and Sister Network financial Unit.
Market Wrap anchors
Time First hour hosts Second hour hosts 1991-1996 Bill Griffeth & Neil Cavuto Ted David & Sue Herera 1996-1997 & Terry Keenan 1998-2000 & Sue Herera & Maria Bartiromo 2000 Tyler Mathisen 2001-2002 & Maria Bartiromo (Mon-Thurs) / Liz Claman (Fri)
Worldwide Market Wrap
Around CNBC's global branches, there are many counterparts of Market Wrap in the world:
Channel Program Still Run? Replacement CNBC Asia Asia Market Wrap (1998—2005-12-02) Worldwide Exchange CNBC Australia The Australian Financial Review Market Wrap (1999-11-01—2000-12-29) Australia Market Wrap Australia Market Wrap (2001-01-01—2004-01-02) Asia Market Wrap & Europe Squawk Box Nikkei CNBC Tokyo Market Wrap (?—present) N/A CNBC-TV18 India Market Wrap (?—2004) Closing Bell India Market Wrap (Closing Bell) (2002—2004) Closing Bell CNBC Pakistan Market Wrap (?—present) N/A CNBC Europe European Market Wrap (1996—2003-05-30) European Closing Bell CNBC U.S. Weekday Programs(All times ET)Past shows: Before the Bell · Today's Business · Wake Up Call · Capitol Gains · The Money Wheel · Market Watch · Morning Call / Midday Call · Inside Opinion · Open Exchange · Market Wrap · Kudlow & Cramer · Business Insiders · Bull Session · Business Tonight · The Edge · Business Center · Bullseye · Checkpoint CNBC · The Money Club · Steals and Deals · Great Stuff · Capital Report · America Now · Kudlow & Company · On the Money This article about a television news series is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.