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Market Watch: Interest Rates, Stocks, Greenspan #735170

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 12, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The Federal Reserve Board’s decision not to change interest rates noted; Stock Market Report.

(Studio: Anthony Mason) The economic pinch felt by the average person examined; mortgage rates cited; details given about criticism directed at Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan. [Schwab Washington Research Group Lyle GRAMLEY†- says the big rise in interest rates is not wanted.] [On the street, WOMAN – says she’s been unemployed for a year.] [Wells Fargo Sung Won SOHN†- says economic growth will falter without jobs.] [Representative Bernard SANDERS†- rails at Greenspan.]

Rather, Dan;
Mason, Anthony

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