On Street Signs, CNBC's global headquarters provides market and business analysis live, as well as up-to-the-minute market transactions. Anchors Brian Sullivan, Amanda Drury and Herb Greenberg read the signs on Wall Street, looking for under-the-radar stocks and market trends that can help viewers make wise investments. Street Signs is an Asian television business program aired in a two-hour format on CNBC Asia. Before the Asian version debuted on March 31, 2014 it was an American television business news program that aired on CNBC at 2:00 PM ET. The US version's final episode aired on February 6, 2015, due to Power Lunch returning to a two-hour format.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Street Signs - Street sign theft - Netflix
Street sign theft occurs when street signs are stolen, often to be used as decorations, but also sometimes to avoid obeying the law by claiming later the sign was not there. Although the theft often seems arbitrary, signs with unusual or amusing names tend to be stolen more frequently. Sometimes considered to be a prank by the perpetrators, the theft is often costly and inconvenient (and can possibly be dangerous) for the municipality or agency that owns the sign. In the United States, each street sign generally costs between $100 and $500 to replace.
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