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Economy: Obama's Message #928840

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 14, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The mixed message about the economy reported; details given about President Obama's speech & the retail sales numbers.

(White House: Jake Tapper) Obama's reality check on the economy featured; details given about the economic recovery steps taken so far. [At Georgetown University, OBAMA - says there are signs of economic progress, but 2009 will continue to be a difficult year.] [At Morehouse, Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben BERNANKE†- talks about economic figures.] Obama's coming trip to Mexico noted.

(Studio: Charles Gibson, Betsy Stark) The reasons for the mixed messages about the economy & the options for economic recovery if not for the consumer discussed.

Gibson, Charles;
Tapper, Jake;
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