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Stock Market Report #285427

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 18, 1982
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(Studio) Record breaking stock market activity today reported; STK. MKT. REPORT; previous record recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Today's market activity examined; international and national reaction of exchanges to situation described. [Oppenheimer and Company spokesperson Michael METZ - questions implications of activity.] Forecast of Sorash Bira noted. [BIRA - considers it an early Christmas.] [METZ - dismisses correlation between stock market activity and direction of national economy] Drop in interest rates on Treasury bills traded on American stock exchange and implications discussed. Daniel Burrow's stand loss due to market activity noted.

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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