The Biz Kid$ come to Wall Street today and they get to ring theclosing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

The event, in support of financial education and to show creditunion awareness, officially marks the fourth season of the youthliteracy show on public television.

"It is great to be bringing financial literacy to the home ofmodern finance," declared John Annaloro, president/CEO of theWashington Credit Union League, the lead trade group since 2006 onunderwriting production costs for the show.

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