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"Is Your Money Safe? A CNBC Special Report" Tonight, Monday, March 17th at 8pm ET

Special Anchored by CNBC's Maria Bartiromo Live From The New York Stock Exchange and Dylan RatiganLive From Outside Bear Stearns Headquarters in New York City

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., March 17, 2008-With the collapse of Bear Stearns and uncertainty from Wall Street to Main Street, who can you believe? Who can you trust? CNBC has what you need to know on tonight's one-hour live special "Is Your Money Safe? A CNBC Special Report" broadcasting at 8PM ET.

Anchored by Maria Bartiromo live from The New York Stock Exchange and Dylan Ratiganlive from outside Bear Stearns headquarters in New York City, CNBC, First in Business Worldwide, will analyze how we got here, whether stocks have hit bottom, and what happens to your money if your investment bank goes bust. Featuring CNBC's award-winning journalists and the smartest and most experienced minds on Wall Street, the special also takes a look at where the values are in the market, what investors should do now and where the best places are for you to put your money before the end of the year.

Maria Bartiromo is the co-anchor of CNBC's "Closing Bell" (3PM-4PM ET), anchor of "Closing Bell with Maria Bartiromo" (4PM-5PM ET) and host and managing editor of the nationally syndicated "Wall Street Journal Report with Maria Bartiromo."

Dylan Ratigan is the anchor and co-creator of CNBC's "Fast Money" (5PM-6PM ET). Ratigan also co-anchors "The Call" (11AM-12PM ET) and "Closing Bell" (3PM-4PM ET).




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