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Economy: Banks / "Fat Cats" / Obama #954891

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 14, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The announcement from Wells Fargo & Citibank that they are repaying bailout money reported; statistics on how much commercial banks have spent on lobbying & executive bonuses cited. [Last night, President OBAMA - talks about the fat cat bankers on Wall Street, who still do not get it.]

(Washington: Ed Henry) Obama's White House meeting with bankers because they are not handing out loans featured. [OBAMA - says American banks received taxpayer assistance & now we expect a commitment from them to help rebuild the economy.] What the bankers said about lending money discussed. [US Bancorp CEO Richard DAVIS†- comments on loan policy in a recession.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Henry, Ed

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