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Economy / Carter Plan #269389

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 17, 1980
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(Studio) Pres Carter quoted with regard to inflation; stock market reaction to his recent anti-inflation proposals detailed. Dow Jones, New York and American stock exchange activity listed on screen.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(NYC) Stk. market response to Carter's plan examined; details with regard to Dow Jones, New York exchange outlined on screen. Fin. community said believing recession imminent.
REPORTER: Ray Brady

(Studio) European money mkts., include United States dollar and gold prices, noted reacting to Carter's proposals; details given. Carter quoted in speech to mayors. Mayor's national board said voting to support President; details given. Inflation adviser Alfred Kahn quoted with regard to reduction in living standards.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(DC) Capitol Hill reaction to Carter's proposed budget cuts examined. [Senators William PROXMIRE, Don. RIEGLE - comment.] [KAHN - responds.] Econ. adviser Charles Schultze mentioned. Criticism of Carter's refusal to divulge budget cuts until after Illinois and New York City primaries noted.
REPORTER: Jim McManus

Reporter(s):
Bradley, Ed;
Brady, Ray;
McManus, Jim
Duration:
00:05:00

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