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Stock Market #553300

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 23, 1987
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(NYC: Fred Briggs) Wall Street cleaners shown working early this week [Acct. executive Merrill Lynch Sheldon SHEARER - says he has not slept well and comes in early.] [Malcolm BABIN - says his wife has been cooking his favorite meals and trying to make him relax.] Stress factor said high now. Yuppies who were terribly upset said being taken to dinner by clients. [Stockbroker Richard WALD - says he guesses they saw the strain on his face.] [Stockbroker Brian HETHERINGTON - says he can barely talk now.] [SHEARER - says he and his wife are going to a dinner party where there will be other brokerage couples and they have requested red napkins for blood on the table.] Tongue in cheek view of Wall Street noted.

Briggs, Fred;
Brokaw, Tom

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