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Economy: Jobs, Oil and Gas Prices #997697

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 06, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Bethesda, Maryland: Tom Costello) The latest jobs numbers examined; details given about hiring in the private sector; statistics on jobs added and unemployment cited. [A123 Systems CEO David VIEAU†- says we expect to hire thousands.] [At an Indiana technology company, President OBAMA – says this is where the American economy is rebuilding.] [Unemployed Natasha GREEN‡- comments on her job search.] [University of Maryland professor Peter MORICI†- estimates the jobs we need to add.]

(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) The impact of the drop in oil prices featured; crude oil and average gas prices and the drop in demand for gas cited. [Cronus Futures Management Kevin FERRY†- says high prices fix high prices.] [Van pool COMMUTERS – comment on commuting.] [Lipow Oil Associates Andy LIPOW†- predicts gas prices will decline.]

Williams, Brian;
Costello, Tom;
Tibbles, Kevin

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