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Economy / International Market #279639

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 28, 1981
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(Studio) International stock market slump discussed.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(London, England) Wave of selling examined; various international stk exchanges incld. in report London market slump cited as example [Exchange chairperson Nicholas GOODISON - cites necessity of controlled government spending.] Implications of situation for Prime Min. Margaret Thatcher noted.
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

(Studio) Role played by market analyst Joseph Granville in today's stock activity noted; STK. MKT. REPORT
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) United States market activity, in comparison with international exchanges, examined. [Investor Sam SONNENBERG - expresses concern over stks.] Dow Jones activity graphed on screen, explained; lowering of prime interest rates by several banks said possibly helping United States exchange. [Merrill Lynch spokesperson David SANFORD - criticizes Granville's prediction.] [President REAGAN - comments on situation.] Granville's response to interview request noted.

Brady, Ray;
Fenton, Tom;
Rather, Dan

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