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Money Watch (Economic Stimulus Package) #891951

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 24, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The economic stimulus plan agreed to by President Bush and the House outlined.

(Studio: Anthony Mason) The rescue package intended to save the economy from recession examined; details given of the challenge in getting tax rebate checks out; statistics on existing home prices and sales cited. [BUSH – urges Congress to enact this into law.] [CBO director Peter ORSZAG†- comments on the timeframe.] [National Bureau of Economic Research president Martin FELDSTEIN†- notes deteriorations in economic indicators.] [Realtor Valentina AVED†- comments on home sales incentives.] [PNC Financial Services economist Stuart HOFFMAN†- comments.] Possible moves by the Senate discussed.

Couric, Katie;
Mason, Anthony

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