NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 07, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Unemployment figures and job cuts cited.
(New York: Anne Thompson) An in-depth look at fears of a recession due to the frail economy presented; details given about a hiring freeze at Disney theme parks & hotels in Florida; statistics on jobs lost in construction, manufacturing and the service sector cited; oil prices and federal budget deficit cited. [Morgan Stanley senior economist William SULLIVAN- says the economy hit a brick wall and business owners are being cautious.] [Unemployed electrician Derek PENNINGTON- talks about his job search.] [New Method Steel Stamps Charles BROWN- comments on uncertainty about a possible war.]
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