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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Changes in wholesale prices for the month and the year reported. Report introduced.
(Washington: Irving R. Levine) Rate of inflation examined. [Manufacturers Hanover Trust Irwin KELLNER - says inflation is just about dead.] Recession's effect on price increases noted. [Rodman's discount store, Washington, DC, Yale RODMAN - comments.] Consumers' perception that prices are rising and skepticism about inflation figures mentioned. [CONSUMER - says prices are going up.] Wage increases' failure to keep pace with prices noted. Buying power outlined on screen. [Farm sector economist John PRENTICE - says large food shipment to USSR may drive prices up.]
- Levine, Irving R.;
- Brokaw, Tom
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