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New York Giants Take Wall Street--Watch the Video

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The New York giants continued to celebrate their Super Bowl victory by making their way down to Wall Street, where the city is holding a tickertape parade.

Giants co-owners Steve Tisch and Steve Mara stopped by the New York Stock Exchange to ring the opening bell, where they talked to CNBC.

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Super Bowl Tuesday

Before the Bell

Giants co-owner Steve Tisch said he was still trying to process that his team defeated the Patriots. He described the win as being "surreal, bizarre, fascinating, awesome, unbelievable and thrilling.”

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Super Bowl Champs at the NYSE


After the Bell

After ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange, Giants co-owners Steve Tisch and Steve Mara came down to discuss the business implications of a Super Bowl win. Tisch said the win will likely “invite a lot of interest from sponsors” as the Giants and the Jets build a new stadium in New Jersey. (Click here for more on the business of the Super Bowl.)

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Giant Celebration for NY

Parade Preview

CNBC’s Darren Rovell reports from the ticker-tape parade. It's the first ticker-tape parade New York City has seen since the Yankees won the World Series in 2000.

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Superbowl Parade

Scenes from the Parade

CNBC’s Dylan Ratigan and Darren Rovell report from the start of the ticker-tape parade. Over 50 tons of paper will be thrown out of windows in lower Manhattan during the parade, with 138 sanitation workers sent in to clean it all up.