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Fox Business Network covers the chaotic final hour of trading on Wall Street with host Liz Claman, who presents the headlines and top stories of the day plus a quick look at what will make financial news for the next day. Claman is joined by FBN's team of analysts covering the top business stories, the action from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, and the leading political and policy issues from Washington.

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