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FOX News legal analyst Arthur Aidala weighs in on New York City efforts to prevent the sale of counterfeit goods. And AllThingD’s Arik Hesseldahl says 3-D televisions aren’t quite as popular as some have hoped. In case you missed it, here is a recap of some of the top newsmakers and expert analysis from last night on FOX Business Network.

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  • 1. NYC Cracks Down on Counterfeits

    NYC Cracks Down on Counterfeits

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    FNC legal analyst Arthur Aidala on the steps New York City is taking to prevent sales of counterfeit goods.

  • 2. ESPN Ends 3-D Network

    ESPN Ends 3-D Network

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    AllThingsD’s Arik Hesseldahl on the lack of popularity of 3-D televisions.

  • 3. Is a New Fed Policy on the Horizon?

    Is a New Fed Policy on the Horizon?

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    BNP Paribas Head of U.S. Cash Equity Trading Darren Wolfberg shares his outlook for the markets and economy.

  • 4. Stockman: Market Hooked on ‘Monetary Heroin’

    Stockman: Market Hooked on ‘Monetary Heroin’

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    Former Reagan Budget Director David Stockman weighs in on the impact of Federal Reserve policy.

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