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Economy: Auto Industry / Bailout / Stocks #924725

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 19, 2008
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The price of Ford and GM stock shares, the stock market drop and Citigroup’s loss cited.

(Capitol: Phil LeBeau) The stalling of the push to bail out the auto industry featured; scenes shown of the House hearing, Ford CEO Alan Mulally†† arriving in a hybrid, a California port where imported cars are stacking up due to slow sales. [GM CEO Rick WAGONER†- states his case.] [Representatives Paul KANJORSKI†, Gary ACKERMAN†- question the CEOs.] [Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt ROMNEY – notes the opportunity to bring down costs.]

(Studio: Brian Williams, Maria Bartiromo) The plunge in the stock market and the loss of confidence discussed.

Williams, Brian;
LeBeau, Phil;
Bartiromo, Maria

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