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Stock Market #412021

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 29, 1997
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The rebound of stock markets in Europe, Asia and the US introduced.

(New York: Allan Dodds Frank) The Wall Street revival featured. [Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan GREENSPAN - says this episode may be a salutary event.] [J.P. Morgan financial economist Marc WANSHEL, Awad and Associates money manager James AWAD, TWO Charles Schwab INVESTORS - talk about the Fed and the stock market.] The percentage rise on the different world markets outlined on screen and the movement on the United States market updated. The question of whether there will be more turmoil in Asia and what it will mean for the US and international institutions discussed.

Frank, Allan Dodds;
Shaw, Bernard

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