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Economy: Dollar / Reagan / Budget #313409

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 10, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(NYC: Ray Brady) Effects of United States dollar upon Tokyo, Japan, market reported; details given, scenes shown. [President REAGAN - comments.] [MAN - remarks on falling dollar.] Slowness of budget summit to reach agreement noted. Corporation pressures urging the group to take action reviewed. [MAN - remarks on impact of budget summit delays upon dollar.] Impact of lowering dollar upon United States business discussed. [Hewlett-Packard Richard O'BRIEN - comments.] Trade deficit discussed. [Mitsubishi Elecs. American Eiji NISHIBORI - comments.] Incr. in imported goods' prices noted. Dow Jones Ind. Av. graphically shown. Falling dollar helping cut the foreign trade deficit mentioned.

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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