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Fed Beige Book Report
So what does this is the markets right now. Well yes it was a great day on Wall Street the markets were booming yesterday you had just galloped about a 125 points it finished. At its highest close in the last fourteen months so clearly a very strong start to December for the markets. You mentioned
The Note's Must-Reads for Wednesday, December 2, 2009
The Note's Must-Reads are a round-up of today's political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News' JAYCE HENDERSON, PETER MARTINEZ, KRISTEN RED-HORSE, CLAUDIA MORALES...
Tapper on Obama's Troop Deployment
Meant ABC news headquarters. This is world news. Charles Gibson. Good evening President Obama has called the war in Afghanistan a war of necessity tonight in a nationwide address at the United States Military Academy He laid out his strategy. For a successful conclusion to that war those his words.
Clem's Chronicles: The President's Speech/Kandahar/Tiger Woods/State Dinner Crashers
Howdy folks-Clem Lane here. With the President delivering a 8pm ET speech, WORLD NEWS updated their West Coast broadcasts with reaction to the speech. Although I could not include our post-speech reaction material in my note, the video links below...
Progress for General Motors?
GM reports $1 billion loss, yet claims it is a sign of the carmaker's recovery.
Webcast: Obama in China, Losses for GM, Fort Hood
Good day if I'm Charles Gibson and ABC news headquarters in New York welcoming you to the world news webcast. it happen we like to Begin with the headlines and president Obama's town hall meeting in Shanghai leads the headlines mr. Obama urged China. To stop censoring the Internet saying that an
Will GM Spend Taxpayer Bailout Money on Overseas Operations?
U.S. Operations Received $50 Billion in Taxpayer Funds -- And Now May Send Millions of Dollars Overseas
Administration 'Shocked' By GM & Chrysler's Condition Last Spring
Steve Rattner Speaks Out About Insular Culture, Shoddy Finances of U.S. Automakers