CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 30, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The Federal Reserve's decision not to cut interest rates cuts due to signs that the economy is showing signs of improvement reported.
(Studio: Anthony Mason) Signs of slight economic growth in the last part of 2001 reported. [American Document Security Corporation Joseph MANZELLA - says business picked up after the Enron bankruptcy scandal.] [Merrill Lynch Bruce STEINBERG - says the economy is "on the verge of recovery".] [Standard and Poor's David WYSS - says things are improving faster than expected.] [Seaport Securities Ted WEISBERG - says the Enron bankruptcy scandal is influencing the market.]
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