NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 21, 1968
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(Studio) West German Fin. Min., Franz Josef Strauss says outline for solution to French monetary crisis in sight. Loans to France and Britain may be answer. Bank of France says $200 million in gold reserves dissipated during November 14 week Govt. shuts gold market down.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley
(Paris, France) Traders try Monday to buy gold and sell francs. Mkts. shut down Tuesday for rest of week Austerity measures and support to France could restore confidence in franc. France's economic troubles may cause devaluation.
REPORTER: John Quart
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