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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 7

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SANDUSKY ftiaiSTIft W«<ln«M«y ItftttmMr 1, M» Time Of Year When Unusual Things Hit U.S. Stock Market By ELMER C. WALTER NEW YORK (UPi )-This is the flme of year when unusual things happen lo the stock market. And this is the kind of year When changes occur. It is a year of the nines. One, market expert recently pointed out that each year .ending in nine—back to 1889 —brought a turning point in the market. His studies showed bull market peaks came in 1899, 1909, 1929 and 1939. Now what about 1959? Looking back in the more recent decades, ,we find the market of 1929 made its peak in the first session of September — Sept. 3. After that date the list fell sharp- j ly until mid-1932 with billions lost, many lives ruined, and common stocks in complete disrepute. Ten years later we were emerging from the depression that started in 1929. And on Labor Day of 1939—Sept. 4-World War II started with Hitler's invasion of Poland. Thfil was one time the market registered a rise on a war. Ten years after that — Labor Day of 1949 — the market was emerging from a bear market that had brought industrials to 161.60. Sin :e hitting that level on June 13, 1949, the market rose in an almost straight line upward until Aug. 3 of this year when it hit ri78 .1D. more than 500 points over the 1949 low. It is difficult to forecast this cash stock market, say the experts. So far the list hasn't shown much of a sign of deterioration. There have been periods of mild jitters caused by high money and the Khrushchev visit. But nothing that is considered really serious. But this year could be the year of the big money squeeze that night give business a jolt and in turn affect stocks, it is held. Interest rates have risen in the last few days with the prime interest rate touching 5 per cent, against a recent rate of 4 1 -2 per cent. Arise is anticipated shortly in the discount rate. Demand for money is forcing rales higher just as demand ,for stocks or wheat causes these prices to rise at times. Current interest rates are not high by comparison with some other [/years. Back in 1929 call money commanded as much as 20 per cent and the prime rate was 6 per cent. This time call money isn't in great demand because the stock market practically is on a cash basis. The margin rate has been at 90 per cent since Oct. 16, 1938. Demand for money is seen in all sectors of the economy except call money which Is held down by the high margins. Demand for credit also is very high, notably consumer credit where the instal­ ment figure' has been rising steadily. All of these things are a sign of prosperity. There is no demand lending or credit in times of recession. High money rates reflect demand from companies borrowing on short term from banks' while waiting for the bond market to improve. Bankers hold that the rise in rates may bring more of business firms into the bond market for expansion and rehabilitation money and thus relieve the pressure for loans from banks. Some economists believe that the higher interest rates eventually will postpone .some corporation expansion plans. In that event the demand for money would lighten the pressure on banks too. OH, MY ACHING BACK Now ! You can fret the fast relief you neci from nawing hncknche, headache ant) muscular aches and pains that often cauai restless nights and miserable tircd-out feelings. When these discomforts come or with over-exertion or stress and strain —you want relief—want it fast! Another disturbance may be mild bladder irritation following wronK food and drink—often sct- tirur up a restless uncomfortable feeling. 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