NBC Evening News for Friday, Jan 11, 2008
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(Studio: Maria Bartiromo) Fears of a recession with this downturn in the economy examined; details given of Bank of America’s buyout of mortgage lender Countrywide Financial and financial troubles for Merrill Lynch and American Express. [Credit Suisse Securities Kathleen STEPHANSEN- says the stock market is concerned about the recession scenario; notes the Fed’s approach is more aggressive.] [Goldman Sachs Robert HORMATS- notes problems with the housing market, consumer spending and employment.] [Business owner Carl MATURO- reacts.]
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