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In Depth (Economy Slowdown / Holiday Shopping / eToys.com) #632929

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 14, 2000
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Stock Market Report.

(New York: Mike Jensen) Concerns about the economic challenges the administration of President-elect George W. Bush will face examined; details given of the slowing of the economy; poll results showing public expectations of a recession given. [UBS Warburg managing director Robert HARRINGTON - says he does not expect a recession.] [Shopper Brad O'BRIEN - says he can find bargains.] [Ski shop manager Tina WOLFE - says he could hire more people.] [A.G. Edwards economist Paul CHRISTOPHER - says interest rates will go down.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Anne Thompson) Concerns that many Internet companies will close after the holiday shopping season reported; details given about the status of Etoys.com. [Jupiter Research senior analyst Ken CASSAR - says Etoys.com is in a "precarious position."] [Etoys.com employee Suzanne HORSEY - comments.] [Etoys vice president of operations Bob FRAMPTON - talks about the company.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Jensen, Mike;
Thompson, Anne

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