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Possibility of Depression #522860

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 07, 1982
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(Studio) Fears of depression noted.
REPORTER: Jane Pauley

(No location given) Library of Congress and Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) pictures shown of 30's depression period. [Alan GREENSPAN - says depression a long shot, but not impossible.] Greenspan and reporter talk of possibility. [Paul VOLCKER - discounts depression talk.] [Data Resources Incorporated Allen SINAI - says auto ind., housing, and agri. already in depression.] High interest rates cited as depression culprit. Relation of government deficit to interest rates explained. Econ. said expected to turn around by next fall. Rel. of defense budget to deficit explained. Reagan stance noted. Prospect of depression said serious concern.

Maus, Mike;
Pauley, Jane

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