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(Studio: Dan Rather) Drop in stock market following election of George Bush to pres. noted. Report introduced.
(Studio: Ray Brady) Drop of American dollar in fins. mkts. around the world reported; details given. [British financial analyst Mike HUGHES - says there will be no honeymoon for Bush.] Stk. Mkt. Report [On Wall Street, MAN - comments.] Comments by Bush economy advisor Martin Feldstein noted. [On September 5, BUSH - says "no new taxes."] [At stock market, MEN - discuss tax, national debt., stock market] [British economy Anthony THOMAS - says patience with American response to debt is running out.] [Institution for International Econs. Fred BERGSTEN - says dollar may plummet and interest rates rise.] Experts noted saying deficit should be cut.
- Brady, Ray;
- Rather, Dan
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