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Economy: Housing Starts, Inflation, Adjusted Individual Earnings #585094

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 19, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Studio: Mike Jensen) Possible indications that the economy is improving featured; last month's figures on housing starts, inflation, and adjusted individual earnings cited. [Chicago leasing agent Kathy HUCKABAY - talks about influx of people.] [Burbank, California, shopper Betty THOMAS - comments on inflation figures.] [Federal Reserve chairman Alan GREENSPAN - predicts moderate upturn in economic activity for 1992.] Federal Reserve Board reported lowering the amount of money banks must keep in reserve. [Atlanta banker Paul TURGEON - says people don't want to take on more debt.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike

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