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Programming Schedule for Christmas Eve/Christmas Day on CNBC

PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE FOR CHRISTMAS EVE/CHRISTMAS DAY ON CNBC (ALL TIMES ARE IN EST):

NOTE: MARKET CLOSES EARLY ON 12/24. LIVE PROGRAMMING ENDS AT 3PM ET.

Christmas Eve 12/24
4am Worldwide Exchange
6am Squawk Box
9am Squawk On The Street
11am The Call
12n Power Lunch
1pm Closing Bell
2pm Kudlow & Company
3pm Warren Buffett: The Billionaire Next Door Going Global
4pm Ultimate Fighting: From Blood Sport To Big Time
5pm Fast Money
6pm Mad Money
7pm Kudlow & Company
8pm Deal Or No Deal (2 hour show)
10pm Deal Or No Deal (2 hour show)
12am Deal Or No Deal (2 hour show)

Christmas Day 12/25
4am Fast Money
5am Kudlow & Company
6am Greenspan: Power. Money. The American Dream.
7am October '87: Crash & Comeback
8am Conversations With Michael Eisner
9am Mike On America
10am Billionaire Inside: Donald Trump
11am The Suze Orman Show: Your Money, Your Life
12n Business Nation
1pm Warren Buffett: The Billionaire Next Door Going Global
2pm Big Brother, Big Business
4pm Game On (1 Hour version)
5pm Ultimate Fighting: From Blood Sport To Big Time
6pm Big Mac: Inside The McDonald's Empire
7pm The Age of Wal Mart
9pm American Originals: Levi's
10pm The Ebay Effect (90 minute version)
1130pm Industrial Strength - UPS
12am Inside American Airlines


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