September 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;9/13/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 35, p36
Trade Publication
This article presents charts and tables of the market performances of some firms in the U.S. security market. It also presents some news briefs related to this market. Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan told the U.S. Congress last week that the economy wouldn't have been hit with the slowdown that began in April but for oil prices, which zoomed last month. Gasoline tankers last week began making deliveries in Florida to replenish gas supplies after two hurricanes swept through the state. Russia's tax ministry last week sent embattled oil giant Yukos and its banks a bill for $2.7 billion in back taxes and interest owed for 2002.


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