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Economy / Recession #882407

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 13, 2008
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The concern about a possible recession introduced.

(Studio: Bianna Golodryga) The status of the weakening economy and what can be done to fight it examined; details given about the economic figures, the housing crisis, consumer debt and spending and possible legislative antidotes to a recession. [Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben BERNANKE, Mitt ROMNEY, Senator Hillary CLINTON, anchors Katie COURIC, Brian WILLIAMS, Charles GIBSON - talk about the economy and the possibility of recession.] [Charles Schwab Group Liz Ann SONDERS†- comments on the deterioration of the economic statistics.] The state of the stock market and the importance of the unemployment numbers discussed.

Harris, Dan;
Golodryga, Bianna

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