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Economy: Stock Market #1017751

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 21, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The breakthrough in the stock market noted; figures cited.

(Chicago: John Yang) The impact of the stock market rally on the economy examined; graph shown; details given about the rising gas prices and other troubling signs; statistics on mortgages and credit card debt cited. [Wells Fargo chief economist John SILVIA†- says a more confident consumer is more likely to spend.] [MAN – says he is unimpressed with the stock market.] [CNBC’s Tyler MATHISEN†- says you can’t say the 13,000 Dow is an all-clear signal.] [DRIVER – says gas prices impact everything.] The cost to American households of the increased gas price cited.

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John

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