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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Washington: Rita Braver) Salomon Brothers' admission of two new instances of cheating in the United States Treasury's securities market featured. Earlier disclosures by the company that several of its former employees may have tried to manipulate the Treasury market mentioned. [Senator Donald RIEGLE - raises questions about regulators and internal control of the company.] Salomon Brothers' rigging of Treasury notes outlined on screen. [SEC chairman Richard BREEDEN - comments.] Securities and Exchange Commission and Justice Department fraud investigations of Salomon Brothers mentioned. Discussion held about Treasury Department operations.
- Braver, Rita;
- Rather, Dan
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