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Wall Street Week

A television show that aired on PBS between 1970 and 2005. The show summarized stock market performance for the week and featured a panel that made recommendations for the coming week. Panelists routinely made predictions for future market movements. It was the first major show of its type and, at its peak, was one of the most followed programs for investment advice. See also: Elves, Wall Street Week Index, Elves Index.
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He appeared as a regular guest on Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser and in 1996 became the show's sole Hall of Fame inductee.
Also, pro-business programs such as "Wall $treet Week" are plentiful, while programs focusing on workers' needs and concerns are missing from public TV and radio.
The business programming on PBS - shows like "Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser," Adam Smith's Money World," and "The Nightly Business Report" - is subtly anti-labor and anti-tax, undoubtedly due in no small part of the fact that all three of PBS's regular business shows are heavily financed by corporations.
"Wall $treet Week's" host, Louis Rukeyser, peppers his investment advice with watch-your-wallet quips throughout the program.
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