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Economy: Stock Market / Auto Industry #912382

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 20, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The market meltdown introduced.

(Studio: Ali Velshi) What happened with the stock market today reaching an 11-year-low reviewed and the weekly unemployment numbers and the reaction to the auto industry problems discussed; graphs on stocks and people receiving unemployment shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Dana Bash) The deadline from Congress for the auto industry to come up with a plan before a bailout featured; details given about how the industry CEOs flew to Washington on private jets and about problems with a compromise. [Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI, Senator Harry REID, Representative Paul KANJORSKI, Senator George VOINOVICH - criticize the auto industry.] The question of why President-elect Barack Obama did not use his influence in this Congressional debate noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Ali Velshi and David Gergen about Obama and the economy. [GERGEN - says the last two days have set off alarm bells with indications of a lack of leadership in Washington.] [VELSHI - says this is a major economic crisis but an opportunity for Obama to start a green new New Deal.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Velshi, Ali;
Bash, Dana

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