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Economy / Stock Market / Retail Sales #81049

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 06, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) Record high trading on Wall Street today examined; Dow Jones industry average closing record and vol. on New York exchange outlined on screen. [Mkt. analyst Monte GORDON - thinks optimism in nation's economy recovery accts. for rally.] Chase Manhattan Bank noted lowering consumer rate on loans; Wall Street's apparent approach to possible high budget deficits incring. interest rates considered.
REPORTER: Michael Connor

(Studio) Moderate retail sales for December noted; sales for Sears, K Mart and J.C. Penney listed on screen.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Connor, Michael;
Reynolds, Frank

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