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Economy: Stock Market / A Discussion #1003417

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 22, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The drop in the stock market introduced; Federal Reserve Board statement quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's Erin Burnett and David Gergen and "Wall Street Journal"'s Stephen Moore about the market selloff. [BURNETT - says people are worried; states political gridlock is not helping as our housing market keeps dropping; notes some views on a recession, but the European problem needs a resolution.] [MOORE - says the president's message about taxes was a dreary message; notes there is a leadership problem; worries about a double dip recession.] [GERGEN - outlines the world concerns and we how are not helping get out of it with our politics dampening the economy; recalls the impact of the debt fight; notes we see politicians in campaign mode, not helping the economy via tax reform.]
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