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Economy #64835

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 04, 1980
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(Studio) Incr. in prime interest rates again said following reports that Fed. Reserve Bd. willing to do whatever necessary to slow inflation; White House anti-inflation program said taking form of proposed cuts in new budget.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(DC) President Carter's remarks when he originally signed budget recalled; films shown. Current criticism examined. [Sense Robert DOLE, William ROTH, Junior - comment.] White House said rejecting controls on credit, hsing. and auto inds., gasoline tax or rationing and wage and price controls.
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw

(NYC) Fin. community's lack of confidence in admin examined; Chase Manhattan's increase of prime interest rate noted Incrs. in other areas, such as government's Treas bills, mortgage rates at savings and loans. STK. MKT. REPORT given; bond market activity cited. Implications of general economy activity considered.
REPORTER: Dan Cordtz

(Studio) Auto sales for February reported; specifics for Ford given.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

Cordtz, Dan;
Robinson, Max;
Shaw, Bernard

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