The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin on May 31, 1990 · 10
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the Journal Times THURSDAY May 31, 1990 10A Leading economic indicators drop By John D. McClain Associated Press WASHINGTON - The fiovern-ment's main economic forecasting Uaune in April fell for the second time in three months, a sinn analysts said (Mirtends continued slufj-Hish growth with pockets of real weakness. The Commerce Department said Wednesday that its Index of Lead-inn Economic Indicators, designed to forecast economic activity six to nine months in advance, fell 0.2 percent in April due in large measure to the third straight monthly drop in building permits. Underscoring the weakness in the construction industry, the department released a second report saying that new home sales had fallen 1.6 percent to 54(i.(HK) units in April. That was the lowest level since 521,-(xxi homes were sold as the nation emerged from the last recession in December 1982. With the exception of building permits, "all other components are saying pretty much that the economy is treading water not really falling into a recessionary environment, but still not picking up any strength," said Mark M. Zandi, an economist with Regional Financial Associations in West Chester, Fa. Many other economists are predicting economic growth of about 2 percent for the year, down from 3.0 percent last year and 4 4 percent in l!il!8. The gross national product, the nation's broadest measure of economy activity, grew 1.3 percent in the first quarter. The leading indicators had risen a revised 1.0 percent in March, but that was a rebound from February's 1.0 percent loss. The index had been unchanged in January. The March gain originally was reported as 0.9 percent. Hush administration and congressional budget negotiators could take little encouragement in Wednesday's reports. They would like a stronger economy to spur employment and consumer spending and thus generate additional government tax revenues. In addition to the construction industry, the manufacturing sector has been pinched by high interest rates resulting from a tight Federal Reserve grip on credit to stem inflation. Six of the forward-looking statistics comprising the leading indicators contributed to the April decline. In addition to the decrease in building permits, they were a drop in new plant and equipment orders, a decline in the average workweek, a decrease in orders for consumer goods, a drop in manufacturers' unfilled orders and an increase in weekly unemployment claims. J.D. Case, UAW talks continue Negotiators for J.I. Case Co. and the United Auto Workers union are continuing contract talks as Friday's deadline approaches. The two sides are meeting at Milwaukee's The Grand Hotel to work out a new three-year labor agreement that would cover nearly 4,000 workers at Case farm equipment facilities in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Mississippi. The UAW represents about 1,450 employees at Case's Racine tractor plant, transmission plant and foundry. The present three-year contract expires at midnight. At 12:01 a.m. Friday, workers would be without a contract if talks don't yield an agreement. Members of UAW locals, including Local 180 in Racine, have authorized union leaders to call a strike if an agreement isn't reached. UAW and Case representatives won't discuss ongoing negotiations. Talks resumed last weekend after a recess so UAW leaders could attend a national union conference in Kansas City, Mo. A tentative agreement was reached earlier this month between Case and Local 180. That pact deals with work rules, job classifications and recall rights. Under discussion this week is a master contract dealing with wages, benefits and job security for workers at all Case farm equipment plants. ft 11 .r.'ferH J:r""" I : IJbx-. LL.S ; ' '""T Charles S. ValloneJournal Timet Former Apple Valley Lodge at left will be torn down to make room for a new movie theater. Marcus buys Apple Valley Lodge Group plans movie theater complex for site By Paul J. Holley Business Editor A branch of the Marcus Corp. has purchased the former Apple Valley Lodge, 5005 Washington Ave., with the intent of building a new movie theater complex. "We're still exploring," said Earl Clancy, Marcus Theaters executive vice president and chief operating officer. "We'd like to add screens, but just how hasn't been determined." Company officials are considering a new multiscreen complex on the site or expanding the twin- screen Westgate Cinema I and II the company already owns adjacent to the motel, he said. The number of screens that may be added hasn't been determined. According to county records, B&G Realty of Milwaukee purchased the 78-room motel for $350,000 from the Papas Trust of Illinois. The motel, which closed in March 1989, was boarded up and had been extensively vandalized. Last weekend, the motel's remaining furnishings were sold and hauled away at an impromptu rummage sale. The building will be torn down soon. Milwaukee-based Marcus Theaters operates 10 movie screens in Racine. In addition to the 1,300-seat Westgate Cinema I and II, there is Regency Mall Cinemas (six screens and 1.500 seats) at 5230 Durand Ave. and Rapids Plaza Cinema I and II (two screens and 1,000 seats) at 2200 Mount Pleasant St. Clancy said his company was following the movie industry trend of offering more screens in smaller seating capacity auditoriums. "There's plenty of great product available and not enough opportunity to display it in the Racine market," he said. An eight-screen theater complex is now under construction in Oak Creek and another complex is being built by Marcus in Mequon, said Clancy. The company is also adding screens to its Sheboygan complex. Marcus Theaters presently operates 153 screens in 17 Wisconsin cities, it is a division of The Marcus Corp. which also operates restaurants, hotels and motels. Investor sues R.W. Baird for $6.3 million MILWAUKEE (AP) - An investor here is seeking $6.3 million from Robert W. Baird & Co. Inc. charging millions of his dollars were invested in an oil-drilling company that later filed for bankruptcy protection. Leon Joseph, a partner in the Reilly-Joseph Co., a real estate firm, charged in an arbitration claim that he lost $6.3 million when James B. Chase, a Baird stockbroker, purchased securities for his account in Texas International Inc. The. claim also charges that George J. Caspar, a Baird analyst, issued favorable opinions of the firm, but did not disclose information about Texas International's highly leveraged financial condition. Caspar, an oil industry analyst, is also on the Baird board. Last year, Baird agreed to pay William Lutzen, a Milwaukee businessman, up to $678,820 alter Lutzen complained the firm and Chase used his account lor unsuitable transactions, according to records on file with the state securities commissioners. Dow Joirces.3, BodDDmis losec By Chet Currier Associated Press NEW YORK - With the return of bull-market enthusiasm that has carried stock prices to new highs in recent weeks. Wall Street is setting its sights on a lofty target the 3,000 level in the Dow Jones industrial average. Should the market keep rising the way it has through May, analysts point out, that once-distant objective could be reached soon. In less than five weeks from April 27 through the close on Wednesday, the Dow the oldest and best known measure of trends in stock prices surged up 233.51 points, or 8.8 percent. From Wednesday's record reading of 2,878.56, it needed only a 4.2 percent advance to reach 3,000. As always when the Dow approaches a round-number, many professional traders and money managers are inclined to play down its significance. For all its renown, the average comprises only a small sampling of 30 big-name stocks that do not necessarily mirror what is happening to the shares of hundreds of other substantial companies. Still, analysts generally acknowledge that a Dow reading of 3,000 could be widely read as a signal that the bull market of the 1980s had survived a series of scandals, the crash of 1987 and a recession in the securities business itself to persist into the 1990s. The average first touched 1,000 in 1966, during some of the headiest days of a "go-go" era of enthusiasm for stocks that faltered badly in the bear markets of 1969-70 and 1973-74. It took more than 16 years, until early 1983, for the Dow to break decisively above 1,000 and start moving steadily higher. But as impressive as its recent exploits seem, they have left a many veteran analysts unimpressed. For one thing, these observers note, a tripling of the Dow since the '60s still leaves it struggling to keep pace with inflation. There is plenty of skepticism as well about the prospective significance of a 3,000 Dow for the economy as a whole. The doubts arise partly from the stock market's penchant during much of the 1980s, and again more recently, for staging its strongest advances during periods of sluggish economic growth. Whenever business activity has picked up momentum in recent years, stock prices generally have bogged down amid fears of increasing inflationary pressures and higher interest rates. True to form, the latest market gains have come on evidence of slackening growth, which has been accompanied by a drop in inflationary expectations and a decline in interest rates. As long as stock traders think this way, some analysts contend, they are in danger of being caught napping should a recession hit. 2,950 2.900. 2 850 2 300 2,650 2,550 Activity over the pasl 30 trading days HIGH . 2,908.21 LOW 2,853.89 CLOSE 2,878.56 CHANGE Up 8.07 If MTWTF MTWTF MTWTF MTWIF MTWIFQrw ii a r M 21 n NEW YORK tAPi ACMK 60 10' BP Pru 2 77e 79 Bowalr 1 20 73' CeMPw 156 I8J 'a Wed S ttst vACent 364164 BRE 2 40 26';- l Branl 3 07e 0'nr ' CtrNw n 40 19'jt ' Slock Last Chg ACyan 135 '.- 'a BRT I 8De 8' ' BnqSt 160 33' . CVtPS 2 04 ?7 . . A A . .. 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