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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Statement from President Bush in his State of the Union address about the recession noted.
(Washington: Stephen Aug) American economic problems reviewed; details given of business community's reaction to Bush's address. [BUSH - talks about banking.] [National Association of Home Builders president Mark TIPTON - says housing will lead economy out of recession.] [National Association of Manufacturers Jerry JASINOWSKI - says interest rates are too high.] [American Bankers Association Donald OGILVIE - comments.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) "Stock Market Report". Index of economic indicator figures for December cited. Report introduced.
(San Francisco: Ken Kashiwahara) The war economy examined. [San Francisco Cable Car Tours John PHILIPS, auto dealer Martin SWIG, jewelry store salesman Richard CINOTTA - talk about lack of business.] [Two CONSUMERS - comment.] [Engraph, Incorporated Leo BENATAR, National Retail Federation Jack SCHULTZ - talk about retailers' customers.]
- Aug, Stephen;
- Jennings, Peter;
- Kashiwahara, Ken
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