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Nightline #657201

ABC Special for Friday, Nov 06, 1987

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  • ABC "Nightline" re: stock market situation. Informational segments provided by Muppet characters, anchored by Ted Koppel, with reports by Jeff Greenfield, James Walker, Stephen Aug, Michael Pascoe, Jim Laurie, Rodney Smith, Andrew Leckey.
  • Live discussion with Representative William Gray, Representative Edward Mackey and numerous economists / experts: Robert Solow, Milton Friedman, Peter Solomon, John Bachmann, Stephen Aug (ABC), Jane Bryant Quinn, Hugo Quackenbush, Irwin Jacobs, Arthur Laffer, John Sandner, Howard Ruff, Ken Leibler, Cheryl Gruetzmacher, Kenichi Ohmae, Bernhard Juenmann, Jay Rohrlich.
  • Taped segments include excerpts of statements by Paul Getman, Edmund Torbier, David Wyss, David Rockefeller, Barry Bosworth, Ravi Batra, Irwin Kellner, Mark Hulbert, Elaine Garzarelli, Robert Prechter, Joseph Granville, Burton Malkiel, Robert Hormats, Jim Rogers, Robert Wilson, Noriko Hama, Nobuyuki Ueda, Ken Inglis, Ian Rahal, Anne Drensky, Steven Becker, Gerald Perritt, and unidentified others.
  • Note: Recorded by timer - tape runs out before end of broadcast.
  • Reporter(s):
    Greenfield, Jeff;
    Walker, James;
    Aug, Stephen;
    Pascoe, Michael;
    Laurie, Jim;
    Smith, Rodney;
    Leckey, Andrew
    Duration:
    02:00:00

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