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NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 29, 1975
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(Studio) Govt.'s index of economy indicators up 4.2% in Apr; greatest increase since government began keeping these records. Recession may be bottoming out and economy on upturn. Breakdown of economy indicators given; Apr. figures for ea. category given.

(DC) [Govt. economist James PATE - says he's encouraged by index's figures; caution necessary, however.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) Some optimistic signs of economy indicators show up in Ohio.

(Cleveland, Ohio) In Apr., Ohio's unemployment rate drops 0.4%. In Ohio, work wk. for average worker increases in Apr. [Econ. forecaster James DAWSON - believes we're at bottom of recession.]
REPORTER: Jack Paxton

(Studio) General Motors, Chrysler and American Motors say all production facilities to open again next week

Hart, John;
Paxton, Jack

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