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(Studio: Dan Rather) Stk. Mkt. Report President Reagan's economy commission reported making recommendations on stock market behavior. Federal budget deficit illustrated. Report introduced.
(DC: Bill Plante) President Reagan shown leaving for Camp David. [REAGAN - says hasn't read economy report yet.] Mkt. commission chairperson Nicholas Brady quoted. [BRADY - comments on international market] Cmsn.'s recommendations illustrated. Reagan noted stating he would review situation before endorsing changes. [Banking committee chairperson Senator William PROXMIRE - praises Brady report] White House officials quoted.
(NYC: Ray Brady) Brady report's impact upon Wall Street featured. [Market analysts William LeFEVRE and Alan ACKERMAN - criticize report] Report's aims and recommendations discussed. Chicago, Illinois, market mentioned. [Chicago TRADERS - refute report's findings.] [LeFEVRE - calls for enforcement of existing laws.] Report critics quoted.
(Studio: Dan Rather) Labor Department reported announcing civilian unempl. figs.
- Brady, Ray;
- Plante, Bill;
- Rather, Dan
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