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(Studio) Big day on stock market reported Averages given.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(NYC) Film shown of biggest trading day ever on New York stock exchange. Figures given. [Broker Robert DWYER - speaks of buying panic by insts.] Bullish reports from government with regard to industry production and money supply noted. [Broker Peter SHIPMAN - notes terrific feeling.] [Broker Richard FEIT - calls it great day.]
REPORTER: Ray Brady
(DC) Film of Carter meeting with Robert Strauss shown. Strauss post as anti-inflation adviser noted. Scaling down of tax cut, as anti-inflation drive, said denied by Carter administration [CARTER - speaks of inflation fight.] [STRAUSS - speaks of problem.] Carter working wkend. at Camp David reported, film shown. Slip in Carter popularity, upcoming vote on Panama Canal treaties, farmers protest and neutron bomb issues noted. Sunday meeting at Camp David with cabinet and staff reported.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
- Brady, Ray;
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Schieffer, Bob
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