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Economy: Recovery #940290

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 14, 2009
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Commerce Department statistics on retail sales cited; Stock Market Report.

(White House: Bill Plante) The mixed message about the economy featured. [President OBAMA – says we’re beginning to see glimmers of hope; pushes for early and aggressive action.] [Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben BERNANKE – says we have seen signs that the sharp decline may be slowing.] [Economist Lakshman ACHUTHAN††- predicts the economy will expand before year-end.] [Economist Peter MORICI††- says the president hasn’t fixed what’s broken.]

(Studio: Harry Smith, Anthony Mason) The conflicting economic numbers and profits for Goldman Sachs discussed.

Smith, Harry;
Plante, Bill;
Mason, Anthony

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