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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Today's drop and rebound on the stock market reported; Nasdaq graph shown.
(New York: Betsy Stark) The heart-stopping day on Wall Street reviewed; details given of the reasons behind what happened. [Jeffries and Company Art HOGAN, Spears Benzak Salomon and Farrell Vince FARRELL - assess the day.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Interview held with Prudential Securities market analyst Larry Wachtel. [WACHTEL - explains how trading has changed over the last few years.]
(New York: Aaron Brown) The fate of the small investor and e-commerce businesses examined. [Two small INVESTORS, Internet analyst Lise BUYER, stamps.com John PAYNE, Silicon Alley Reporter editor Jason McCABE- CALACANIS - comment on business.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- Gibson, Charles;
- Stark, Betsy
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