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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 21, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Stock Market Report.

(Washington: Joie Chen) The political problems for President Bush growing out of the economic problems examined; details given of growing criticism of Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill. [Hudson Inst. Marshall WITTMANN†- assesses what is going on with O'Neill, who has been "absent without leave."] [Senator John EDWARDS†- says there a lack of confidence in the Bush's economics team.] [Senator Don NICKLES†- criticizes Congress.]

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(New York: Lee Cowan) The worries about Wall Street & fears that consumer confidence may drop examined; details given about corporate quarterly earnings. [Morgan Stanley Alexis GLICK†, Goldman Sachs Abby COHEN†- comment.] [Two INVESTORS - question investing in the market.] [New York bike shop owner David BOKOR‡- says business is good.]

Reporter(s):
Chen, Joie;
Cowan, Lee;
Roberts, John
Duration:
00:04:10

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