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Economy / Stock Market / Investor Confidence / Corporate Responsibility #705930

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 11, 2002
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Stock Market Report.

(New York: Anne Thompson) Increasing lack of confidence in the economy featured; details given of investigation into Bristol-Myers Squibb†. [Raymond James & Associates Ralph BLOCH†- says people are selling stocks and portfolios indiscriminately.] [“Morningstar FundInvestor††” editor Christine BENZ†- comments on investors’ losses.] [Investor Karen FREEMAN‡- says she would be hesitant to cash in her investments.] [Goldman Sachs International† Robert HORMATS†- comments on the international market.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Re-starting of the National Debt Clock noted; scenes shown.

(Capitol: Lisa Myers) Proposals to reform corporate accounting practices outlined; details given of President Bush’s financial troubles. [Senators Robert BYRD, Orrin HATCH, Patrick LEAHY, Representative Richard GEPHARDT- comment on corporate responsibility.] [White House press secretary Ari FLEISCHER – comments on the practice of insider loans.]

Myers, Lisa;
Thompson, Anne;
Williams, Brian

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