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Economy: Iraq Invasion of Kuwait / Gas Prices / Stock Market #334546

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 09, 1990
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(New York: Ed Bradley) CBS News poll regarding opinion of President Bush's Middle East strategy and gas price increases cited; more airlines reported announcing fare increases in response to fuel price increases. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: David Dow) Response to gasoline prices, rising because of Middle East crisis, detailed; prices outlined on screen. [Radio disc JOCKEY - asks listeners to call in lowest gas prices.] [Governor Bob MILLER - comments.] Unocal reported joining ARCO in freezing prices while Phillips cut prices. [American Petroleum Institute Charles DiBONA, oil industry analyst Donna HOSTETLER - comment on supply.] Truckers noted also raising rates. [Air Transport Association president Robert AARONSON - comments.]

(Studio: Ed Bradley) "Stock Market Report".

Reporter(s):
Bradley, Ed;
Dow, David
Duration:
00:02:40

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