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Economy: Stock Market / AIG #936066

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 02, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The massive drop in the stock market triggered by the loss for AIG noted.

(New York: Trish Regan) The stock market anxiety as a 4th bailout is offered to AIG featured; details given of the impact of an AIG bankruptcy. [UBS Art CASHIN†- says anxiety levels are building.] [AIG CEO Edward LIDDY††- says we’re keeping a difficult situation from getting worse.] [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS – says we’re taking steps to restructure AIG.] [Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School Phillip PHAN†- says the government could keep throwing money down this black hole...]

(Studio: Brian Williams; CNBC headquarters: Steve Liesman) The crisis of confidence discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Regan, Trish;
Liesman, Steve

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