PHOTO CALL: A Drowsy Day at NASDAQ

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It truly was a Drowsy day at the stock markets Aug. 25. The NASDAQ closed up, but only by three points.
The NASDAQ digital screen in Times Square.
The NASDAQ digital screen in Times Square. Photo by Aubrey Reuben<p></p>

But enlivening the NASDAQ stock market ceremonies was a visit by the producers and cast of Broadway's The Drowsy Chaperone. NASDAQ Marketsite vice president Maribel Aber introduced producers Kevin McCollum, Roy Miller and creator and star Bob Martin, who gave speeches before being presented with a crystal plaque — officially signing into the NASDAQ family and ringing the closing bell.


Top: Producers, cast, and representatives from NASDAQ. <br>Bottom: Everyone cheers for the NASDAQ which closed up three points.
Top: Producers, cast, and representatives from NASDAQ.
Bottom: Everyone cheers for the NASDAQ which closed up three points. Photo by Aubrey Reuben
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