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2003: A Look Back (Part II) #745151

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 30, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Anthony Mason) A look at the economy in 2003 presented; details given of the stock market’s ups & downs, corporate scandals and the employment picture. [November 3, Senator Peter FITZGERALD – comments on the mutual fund scandal.] [January 28, Wharton School of Business Jeremy SIEGEL†- comments on the economy.] [UBS Financial Services Arthur CASHIN†- comments on consumer spending.] [“Forbes Magazine” editor William BALDWIN†- comments on the resignations of former executives and the outlook for employment.] [June 4, US attorney James COMEY†- comments on the Martha Stewart insider trading case.] [September 17, New York Stock Exchange Richard GRASSO††– resigns.] [September 17, “Grant’s Interest Rate Observer” Jim GRANT†- says the Stock Exchange has become a symbol of greed.]

Rather, Dan;
Mason, Anthony

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