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Market Watch: Stocks, Prices / Deflation #728621

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 16, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Stock Market Report and consumer price index noted.

(Studio: Anthony Mason) The potential threat to the economy of falling prices examined; details given about the possibility of deflation; Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan’s warning quoted. [Gas station owner Dan SEWALL†- says normally prices go up in spring.] [Prudential Financial Michelle GIRARD†- says deflation can lead to a painful downward economic spiral.] [USS PaineWebber Arthur CASHIN†- says he is worried.] [Charles Schwab CEO David POTTRUCK†- says we don’t understand how to operate our companies in a deflationary economy.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Mason, Anthony
Duration:
00:02:20

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