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Mt. Pleasant, Iowa / Stock Market #313127

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 20, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Mt. Pleasant, Iowa: Frank Currier) Stk. market plunge said to not be worrying farm community in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. [MAN - says he is not worried because he is just a common everyday worker.] [Local BROKER - says he has had a lot of calls but no one is panicking.] [Banker Larry MILLER - says the plunge is considered something weird in New York City and is not affecting his community.] [WOMAN - says now everyone else will go through what the farmers have been enduring.] [Farmer Walter MILLER - says the recent trends scare him and history seems to repeat itself.] [Stockbroker Pat McCABE - says investors in Mt. Pleasant are very conservative and do not see themselves in the Wall Street scene.] [Auto salesman Jim GREEN - says even if market plunge hampers consumer spending, he will still sell cars.] [Bus BUILDER - says the wealthy people will have to pay for stock losses.] Wall Street said a long way from Main Street.

Reporter(s):
Currier, Frank;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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