NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 06, 2003
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Figures on the productivity rate & unemployment benefits cited.
(New York: Campbell Brown) Reservations about the economy despite encouraging signs featured. [Lathem Time president Bill LATHEM- says productivity is up.] [Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan GREENSPAN – says businesses need to be convinced that economic growth can be sustained.] [Airplane mechanic Pamela STEINKE- comments on the 5-hour commute to her job.] [UBS senior economist James O’SULLIVAN- says it looks like hiring is starting to pick up.]
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