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Economy: Stock Market / Bernanke #853890

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 03, 2007
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) Report introduced.

(New York: Anthony Mason) The response of new Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke to this week's drop in the stock market examined. [BERNANKE - says there is no change in the economy.] [October 24, 2006, President BUSH - says Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan†† has dominated.] [January 23, 2006, former GE CEO Jack WELCH†- says Greenspan will leave a big hole.] [Economic Policy Studies director Irwin STELZER†- comments on Greenspan and Bernanke.] New home sales figures cited. [Chief investment strategist Liz Ann SONDERS†- offers perspective.]

Assuras, Thalia;
Mason, Anthony

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