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Market activity Monday, June 28,1993 Kokomo, (Ind.) Tribune -T New Lilly chief doesn't have own 'agenda' INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Randall Tobias said he is taking the helm of Eli Lilly & Co. with an open mind and no agenda for swift action such as layoffs. Tobias and fellow directors of the Indianapolis-based pharmaceutical company stunned the business world Friday when they forced out president and chief executive officer Vaughn Bryson. Tobias, who until Friday was vice chairman of American Telephone & Telegraph Co., also took the title of Lilly chairman from Richard Wood. "I am not coming to this position with any preconceived agenda of my own, other than my intention to listen to as many people as I can and leam as quickly as I can," Tobias said in an interview with The Indianapolis Star. "I would not have come to this job if the board had had any specific agenda they wanted me to carry out," Tobias said. He said, however, that he plans to expand the pharmaceutical giant's image as an international company on the cutting edge of drug research. Tobias said his experience at AT&T, where he also was chairman and CEO of AT&T International, gave him a foundation for understanding the importance of research and the effects of regulations on Lilly. Me helped see the telecommunications giant through a cost-cutting after deregulation. "The thing we need to do at Lilly is continue to... build our competitive position and prepare for the future," Tobias told the Star. Tobias said no layoffs are planned, but he stopped short of reaffirming Lilly's longstanding no-layoff policy. "Saying the words, 'There will be no layoffs forever' is sort of like other campaign promises people will make," Tobias said. "Those are decisions that will be made over time by how well we lead this company and how well this company addresses the competitive marketplace. Bryson was ousted after less than two years on the job, a period marked by a steep decline in Lilly's stock price, regulatory woes and its first quarterly loss as a publicly traded company. Lilly posted a $268.5 million loss in the third quarter of 1992. Profits for the year fell 46 percent, and Lilly had several problems with the Food and Drug Administration, including a one-year shutdown of production at one of its medical device subsidiaries. The company also invested $100 million in Centocorlnc., a small biotechnology company that was working on a new drug to fight sepsis, an often deadly infection. The drug ran into problems during clinical trials, and Lilly ended up taking a multimillion-dollar loss on its investment. Many employees, former employees and stockholders accused Wood of engineering Bryson's dismissal because he didn't approve of the changes his handpicked successor was making. "I'm sorry that they feel that way. I understand why they feel that way," Tobias told the Star.' 'I think some of that anger is probably misplaced. "I think they are expressing their affection and admiration for Vaughn Bryson, and I think that's perfectly appropriate. So I empathize with that," Tobias said. He declined to comment on the cif- cumstances leading to Bryson's dismissal. "Those are matters that approprj : ately belong in the boardroom" Tobias told The Star. "This board has done, in a very informed way, what it believes is the right thing to do." Tobias said it may be difficult to- come into the company after such a public dismissal of the CEO, but he was optimistic he would be accepted.. "It's clearly time for us to get all', that behind us and for the Lilly orga-: nization to pull together and build for the future." 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Advancing shares outnumbered dedln one* about 2 to 1 on the NYSE, with I.. up, 412 down and 689 unchanged. The NYSE composite Index waa up 0.77 at 247.97. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value Index waa up 0.46 at 431.03. Bcnda were leading stock* higher, analyst* aald. In this low-Interest rat* environment, stocks have often taken their cue from bond*. Lower Interest rate* send Investor* to the dock market In search cl better returns. Expectations for a weak employment report for June on Friday were helping treasuries. Bond Investors favor slow economic growth became rapid growth often bring* Inflation, which erodes the value of fixed-Income Investments. The market gained Impetus from stock* abroad. In Tokyo, the 225-lssue Nikkei Stock Average gained 227.19 points, or 1.16 percent In London, the Financial Times-Stock Exchange 100-ehare Index waa up 10.7 points at midday. 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+% 16 27'A 54% -% 29% +% 30 -% 47% -% 12% 22% +% 6% 50% •% 31% -% w-w WMXTc 1117 32% 32% 32% •% WalMrts 6662 27 26% 26ft +% WamL 418 71% 71 Vk 71% Watrhsea 440 u31ft 29% 31ft +2% Welcomn 568 10% 10</k 10% •% Wellmn 1038 22 21ft 21ft WellsF 380 108107% 107% +% Wendya 349 14% 14% 14% +% WDiglfl 987 3ft 3% 3ft WstgEI 3375 15 14% 14ft +% Weyarh 617 42 41% 41ft •% Whfrchs 355 19 18% 16% +% Whripl 727 54ft 53% 54ft +1 Williams 702 uS3% 62% 53% +% WIHCor 356 16% 18% 16% +% Wlnnbg 711 7'/4 7% 7% +% Wltco 410 55% 55% 55% Wolwlh 482 27ft 27% 27% -% X-X Xerox 1761 80% 79ft 79ft Y-Y Ycrkln 1024 40% 39% 39% -1 Japanese marketr TOKYO (AP) - The dollar fell again.) the Japaneee yen for the fourth consecutive trading day today, while ahare price* on the Tokyo Slock Exchange advanced. Both Ihe yen and stocks gained Irom buy- era' optimism about the rejection of conservative candidate* In Sunday's Tokyo dty assembly elections, traders aald. The dollar doeed at 106.00 yen, down 0.35 yen Irom Friday's doae In Tokyo and also below lie Friday finish ol 106.15 yen In New York. It opened at 105.45 yen and ranged between fos.OOyen and 108.30y*n. The ddlar now ha* fallen 5.25 yen In lour trading days, after a 8.22-yen gain In the previous five day* Irom record low*. The gain* cam* amid political uncertainty aa Parliament gave Prime Minister Kllchl Mryazawa'a government a vote of no-confidence. The U.S. currency, considered a sate Investment In time* of trouble, also had been expected to advance after a O.S. mM* attack on Iraqi Intelligence fadtie*. Bui Japaneae Investor* Ignored the new* and focused on Sunday's domestic eleo- Bon, In which a leftw opposition party waa Ih* big loser, dealers sate They aald the Bank of Japan also Intervened by buying dollars at about 105 yen to Mop the U.S. currency's elide. The central bank doe* not comment on It* money market action*. In addition, market player* alto wanted to slow the yen'* rise, uld Aklra Naruml, a Sakura Bank dealer. Dollar-gold LONDON (AP) — The dollar rote against most other major eurrendee In early European trading today. Gold price* also rote. • In Tokyo, the dollar doted it 108.00 yen, down 0.35 yen from Friday's clot*. Later In London, the dollar waa quoted at 106*5 yen. -w... Other dollar rates compared with late Friday: -. . Japaneee official* have warned that (he higher yen, which make* Japanese product* more expenelve overseas, hurt* exporter* and could hamper the natton'a economic recovery. The yen ha* been rising on perceptions that the U.S. government Is pushing for a stronger yen to help cut Japan'a massive tradeturpkit. ^^ Todays spot trading totaled 810.196 billion, down Irom f 10.683WPIon on Friday. On Ihe stock exchange, Ihe 225-luu* Nikkei Stock Average gained 227.19 point*, or 1.16 percent, closing it 19,886.76. On Friday, It had doaed at 19,659.57 points, down 26.60 point*, or 0.13 percent The Tokyo Slock Price Index ol all Issues listed on the Drat section waa up 16.42 points, or 1.04 percent, to 1,600.47. II had Men 0.03 points on Friday, when H doted at 1,684.05. Volume on the Ural section waa thin al an estimated 240 million ahare*, down Irom Friday 1 * 260 million. Advances outnumbered declines 754 to 260, while 149 Issues were unchanged. Interest-rate sensitive shares, Including bank*, rallied because the yen's continuing strength fueled speculation that the Bank o" Japan may cut Ha key lending rale, traders —5.7670 French franc*, up from 6.7500 —1.9243 Dutch guilder*, up from 1.9088 > • —1,553.50 Italian «re, up from 1,643.00 -1.2855 Canadian dollar*, up from 1.2827 In London, the British pound wa* quoted at $r.4840, up Irom 11.4760 late Friday. London'* major buMon dealer* fixed t recommended gold price of $378.10 per ounce at mklmomlng, up from (376.95 bid par- ounce late Friday. In Zurich, the bid price wa* 1377.40, up from $376 JO lat* Friday. In Hong Kong, gold roe* $4.05 to don at a- bld$3f6.25. Silver traded In London at $4.49 a troy ounce, up from (4.471 troy ounce Friday. uHSLll?** SeeuiWee DMekxVa Hootjer e^wtSdtyi? *" PUM ° h<Xn 7 *•">••* toMree number It (800) 223-8791. m^s The hotline wa* Total employment:* Kokomo (thousands, SA) Indiana (thousands, SA) U.S. (thousands, SA) Manufacturing employment: 1 " Kokomo (thousands, SA) Indiana (thousands, SA) U.S. (thousands, SA) Non-mfg. employment:* Kokomo (thousands, SA) Indiana (thousands, SA) U.S. (thousands, SA) Unemployment rates: Kokomo (Pet., SA) Indiana (Pet., SA) U.S. (Pet., SA) Unemployment claims: Kokomo (thousands, SA) Indiana (thousands, SA) May 93 May 93 May 93 May 93 May 93 May 93 May 93 May 93 May 93 April 93 April 93 May 93 June 12 June 12 Total personal income: (Annual total—Billions dollars) Howard County (Annual average) 1991 Tipton County (Annual average) 1991 Indiana IVQ92 U.S. (Billions dollars, SA) May 93 Gross domestic product(Billions dollars, SAAR) IQ 93 Real gross national product (Pet dig., SAAR) IQ 93 Leading economic indicators (Monthly pet. chg.) April 93 Consumer price index (1982-84 =100, NSA) May 93 Total retail sales: (Billions dollars) Indiana (SA) Mar. 93 U.S.(SA) May 93 Net Sales Tax Receipts: Howard County (millions of dollars, SA) IIIQ 93 Tipton County (thousands of dollars, SA) IIIQ 93 Miami County (millions of dollars, SA) IIIQ 93 Indiana (millions of dollars, SA) April 93 Howard County Hotel Tax Collection (in dollars) April 93 U.S. industrial production (Index, 1987 =100, SA) May 93 Automobile production (Index, 1987 =100, SA) May 93 Steel production (Index, 1987 =100) U.S. (SA) April 93 Indiana(1982=100) Mar. 93 Truck and bus production (Index, 1987=100, SA) April 93 U.S. industrial operating rate (Percent capacity utilization, SA) May 93 Durable Goods orders by manufacturers (Billions of dollars, SA) May 93 Manufacturer's inventories (Billions dollars, SA)... .April 93 Non-Residential Construction Contracts: Kokomo MSA (in millions of dollars) April 93 Indiana (in millions of dollars) April 93 Residential Construction Contracts: Kokomo MSA (in millions of dollars) April 93 Indiana (in millions of dollars) April 93 Building Permits: Howard County (units) April 93 Indiana Housing Permits (units) Dec. 92 U.S. housing starts (Thousands of units, SAAR). ^n"^ i fell k Money supply (Ml) (Billions of dollars, SA) June 14 «- 1IMM. ' Banks prime lending rate (As of date listed) June 23 Federal funds rate June 18 90-day treasury bills June 18 10-year government bonds June 18 Corp. AAA industrial bonds June 18 47.8 2,559.2 109.990.0 18.3 631.8 17,821.0 29.5 1,937.7 92,169.0 5.2 5.8 6.9 708 30,869 1.45 0.29 104.5 5,296.6 6,145.8 0.7 0.1 144.2 3.43 170.1 5.523 724,650 1.211 199.812 13,773.66 110.4 86.5 114.3 111.5 150.9 81.6 128.3 380.4 .940 131.902 2.349 325,668 11 1,777 1,244 47.7 2,559.0 109,781.0 18.1 633.2 17,860.0 29.3 1,931.5 91,921.0 4.7 4.9 7.0 675 30,211 1.41 0.28 102.7 5,266.3 6,081.8 4.7 -1.0 144.0 3.44 169.9 6.104 740;750 1.236 191.789 12,133.34 110.2 90.2 109.8 111.4 148.9 81.6 130.3 380.0 .810 160.334 2.574 308.456 21 2,108 1,215 1,070.6 6.00 3.01 3.05 5.96 7.32 1,072.7 6.00 2.96 3.10 6.06 7.38 47.6 2,533.2 108,470.0 19.2 626.8 18,109.0 28.8 1,919.2 90,361.0 5.7 5.8 7.4 1,047 39,021 98.3 5,032.7 5,840.2 2.9 0.3 139.7 3.35 159.1 5.720 715,516 1.166 171.286 12,903.85 108.9 98.6 108.9 106.1 114.6 79.1 119.8 382.2 1.706 175.202 2.988 288.017 28 1,596 1,197 952.8 6.50 3.72 3.63 7.25 8.22 Principal source: Ball State University Bureau of Business Research. Also: Indiana Department of Revenue, F.W Dodge Division of McGraw-Hill Information Systems Inc., and Howard County Convention and Visitors Commission. 'Employment statistics represent establishment (payroll) employment, which does not include some Jobs in agriculture, the self-employed or unpaid family workers. Total employment figures include jobs affected by strikes that are not counted in the manufacuring and non-manufacturing categories. SA—seasonally adjusted. NSA—not seasonally adjusted. SAAR—seasonally adjusted annual rate. Kokomo MSA—Howard and Tipton Counties NA—not available e—estimated.

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