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Daily Difference: in the '90S (Investments) #585325

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 04, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Year-end rates for 6 months CDs from 1987-1991 compared. Report introduced.

(Minneapolis: Bob Kur) Personal investment strategies for the 1990's featured. [On talk radio show, financial broadcasters Ken and Daria DOLAN, LISTENER; investment strategist Michael METZ - talk about investments in the 1980s.] [Retiree Jerry EITEL - talks about his financial situation.] [Financial planner Ross LEVIN - comments on converting from bonds to stocks, contrasts clients in the 1980s and 1990s.] [DOLANS - talk about the stock market.] [Attorney John SAUNDERS - comments on worrying about money.] [Matt VALITCHKA - talks about being frugal.]

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Brokaw, Tom;
Kur, Bob

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