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Looking Good at CNBC (Pretty, Too)
NEW YORK -- At 7:14 a.m. last Monday, from a narrow balcony overlooking the New York Stock Exchange, Erin Burnett told the "Today" show that the Federal Reserve had stopped the market's bleeding, "but you don't know how deep the cut is and whether the Band-Aid will be enough."
By Howard Kurtz
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