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Rankings climb for the Jim Cramer and Jon Stewart show

Rankings climb for the Jim Cramer and Jon Stewart show

Sunday, March 15 2009

by Kaustav Das Modak

The tussle between Jon Stewart and Jim Cramer has not gone in vain. The Daily Show With Jon Stewart on Comedy Central drew a large number of audience throughout USA. It is being reported that a total of 2.3 million people had tuned in to Comedy Central to watch Jim Cramer and Jon Stewart battle out with words. The episode has found a place in the top 10 highest rated episodes of the show.

On Thursday night, Stewart came down harshly on Cramer and reproached him for hyping Bear Sterns. There were a lot of questions and cross-questions and some bitter moments. However, finally, both of them were of the same mind that the should be stricter with questioning high ranking officials.

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