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Economy: Unemployment #370809

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 05, 1996
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The lowest unemployment rate in six years reported.

(New York: Ray Brady) The increase in worker pay due to shortages and the slippage of the stock market in response to good economic news reported; several economic indicators noted. [Economic Development Corporation Rick THRASHER, WORKER - comment on the economy.]

(Studio: Harry Smith) Job statistics presented.

(White House: Rita Braver) President Clinton reelection strategy based on the state of the economy examined. [CLINTON - brags on the current economic numbers; says Russian President Boris Yeltsin is in good health.] [Dole aide Nelson WARFIELD - downplays the good news.]

Brady, Ray;
Braver, Rita;
Smith, Harry

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