Closing Bell

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Closing Bell

A traditional bell that is rung to signify the end of a trading day. The closing bell on the New York Stock Exchange is one of the more famous examples. As an increasing number of securities exchanges do most or all their trading online, a closing bell has become a symbol or informal term for the end of a trading day, rather than a description of a real bell.
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Photos of the opening and closing bells will be available through The Associated Press/New York (212-621-1902), Reuters America (646-223-6285) and Bloomberg Photo (212-617-3420).
NYSE: BKH) today announced it will be celebrating 30 years as a listed company on the New York Stock Exchange by ringing the closing bell at 4 p.
These programming initiatives -- months in development and representing a multimillion-dollar investment by CNBC -- reflect the evolving financial marketplace where significant activity takes place before and after the traditional opening and closing bells at 9:30 a.
The opening and closing bells of the Exchange are among the most widely viewed daily events in the world.