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Stock Market Report #652274

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 11, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) "Stock Market Report".

(New York: Anthony Mason) A decline in the Dow Jones Index in spite of the quarter-point interest rate cut examined; details given of the growing unemployment rate and early signs of an improving economy; scenes shown from a Seattle job fair. [Former Boeing EMPLOYEE - says she lost her job right before the holidays.] [Prudential Financial economist Michelle GIRARD - says it is too soon to say if the recession has ended.] [On street, MAN - says he is "concerned but not worried" about the economy.] [John Hancock economist Bill CHENEY - says there is a lot of cheap financing.]

Reporter(s):
Mason, Anthony;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:01:40

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