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Market Watch: Stocks, Gas Prices #723416

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 10, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Stock Market Report; a statement from an OPEC minister that he doubts the cartel could boost oil production enough to offset a wartime loss from Iraq and Kuwait noted; average gasoline price cited.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) Suspicions of gouging at the gas pump examined; details given about the wave of oil company mergers. [Commuter Angela FERGUSON†- comments on the price of gas in California.] [California attorney general Bill LOCKYER†- comments on his investigation of price manipulation.] [Gas station owner Dennis DeCOTA†- explains the practice of zoned pricing by oil companies.] [Attorney Tim COHELAN†- comments on his lawsuit against oil companies for conspiring to raise prices.]

Rather, Dan;
Blackstone, John

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