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Economy / Housing Starts #296431

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 17, 1984
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(Studio) Hsing. starts for March reported, discussed.
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

(Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey) Implications of March hsing. starts for national econ. recovery examined; related statistics illustrated on map. [National Association of Home Builders spokesperson Michael SUMICHRAST - notes impact of rising int. rates on buyers.] [Builder Dale STEWART - is cutting back on construction due to fear of rising interest rates.] President Reagan's praise of his administration's alleged restoration of hsing. industry during Dallas, Texas, appearance last week recalled. [US League of Savings Institution spokesperson Paul PRIOR - criticizes rising interest rates.] [Realtor John QUESENBERRY - is concerned.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg

Goldberg, Bernard;
Kurtis, Bill

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