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New York Stock Exchange The Salina Journal Saturday, April 6,1985 Page 7 Wall Streeters anxiously await corporate earnings reports NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Streeters are waiting with some trepidation for the corporate earnings reports that will flood financial news wires in the next few weeks. As signs have accumulated lately that economic growth was proceeding at a slower-than-expected pace, analysts' earnings estimates covering many companies for the first quarter have been coming down. Some prominent corporations, such as International Business Machines, have issued advance notices that their first-quarter profits won't live up to earlier expectations. So, naturally enough, there are widespread expectations in the financial world of more disappointments when the actual figures come out. Optimists on the outlook for stocks point out that the market never "discounts" the same news twice — in other words, that stock prices may well have already taken into account the likelihood of many less- than-inspiring earnings reports. In fact, some say, pessimism lately may have reached the point of excess. The first quarter could be a less disappointing quarter than many expect, analysts at Prudential-Bache Securities recently argued. Estimates in general have become more realistic for the first quarter, we believe, mirroring new perceptions of slower economic growth. This should put a floor under potential negative surprises, analysts said. But profits are a central long-term force driving the market. Presumably, it needs some sign that the profit outlook will improve in the future if it is going to resume the strong rally it staged early in the year. Investors apparently saw no such signs in the past week. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 7.73 to 1,259.05 in the four sessions through Thursday, when the market shut down for a long Easter-Passover weekend. The New York Stock Exchange composite index dropped .89 to 103.71, and the American Stock Exchange market value index was down 2.74 at 226.85. Big Board volume averaged 93.49 million shares a day, against 93.23 million the week before. "Profits are declining — the velocity of their fall will increase," say economists S. Jay Levy and David Levy, who have been in the forefront of the ranks of analysts predicting a recession. "Almost every industry will be affected ... even the automobile industry, which has listed on the Fridoy, April 5. 19B5 Sales P-E (hds) High Low A A AAR .48 14 393 19 18% AbboM. 1.40 !67545r54 51V, AccoWl .44 17 1706 23% 21V, AcmeCIv .40 493 ,6% ,5V. AcmeE .32g 11 94 9V. 8V. AdExp l.6Bb x293 16V, 16V, AdomsM .32 7 53 18% ,7V. 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"Pis , 7 3 , B ,, ,/. IQV. "»31P 1% 29 r39% 38% 56% 23% ^ 23%, 24 +% 24 +V. MV. 51% 51V4— '/i GTX p,2,S Georhrt .40 GEICO 1 GAml l.63b SSBA? 2, 33 ,1048 «% „,* «- j» 42, 41% 161879 U 10V, 14 .65 73% 72% 168 17 lo/i been riding high and which we previously noted would benefit from a still-strong need to replace old and worn-out cars, will feel the effects of the recession. "The industry will be further injured by increased imports from Japan." Less pessimistic observers say the long- range earnings outlook could improve if interest rates fall, and if the dollar extends its recent decline in foreign exchange. The "if," in both cases, is a big little word, however. The sluggish behavior of the economy "is likely to persist and deteriorate as long as interest rates remain at prohibitive levels," says Wright Investors' Service, a Bridgeport, Conn.-based investment management firm. Wright's analysts say they believe circumstances will prompt the Federal Re- Week in review serve to relax its credit policy by midyear, leading to lower interest rates and giving business activity something of a lift. But the firm has also lowered its projected growth rates for the economy in the second half of the year, and it describes the outlook for 1986 as "problematical." "A recessionary level of economic activity in 1986 is as yet by no means a certainty. But short of substantially lower interest rates," the firm says it is "hard pressed to envision a strong economic climate for next year." Wright concludes by saying it "still expects lower rates, improved corporate profits, and new stock market highs in 1985. But the road to DJIA 1,400 is not likely to be as easy as it seemed a few months ago." Note Because of the Good Friday holiday, Friday's mutual fund listings which usually run on this page are not available. By United Press International ror the weeK ending Apn 3. VD3. Volume week ogo " 468.352.310 AMEX Comp. stock volume 35,413.630 Volume week aqo 47.705.350 What market did . WHAT THE NYSE MARKET DID Wk. Ended High Low Adv Dec Unch April 4. 1985 187 29 729 1976 271 Norch29. 1985 218 35 1176 795 262 April 6. 1984 62 298 523 ,510 211 WHAT THE AMEX MARKET DID High Low Adv Dec Unch ' April 4. 1985 56 18 295 418 179 March 29. 1985 57 31 383 365 155 April 6. 1984 20 110 195 585 120 NYSE volume NYSE DAILY COMPOSITE VOLUME PastWk. Prev. Wk. Monday 106,913.690 92.612.900 Tuesday 122,730,300 107,044,700 Wednesday 111,581.270 127.944.700 Thursday 108.074.590 119.775.720 Fridoy 121.902.480 Total 449.299.850 568.352.310 Standard & Poor's 500 STOCK INDEX High Low Close Chg 400 Indusl 202.25 199.63 199.63- 2.04 20Trons 156.29 152.94 152.94— 1. 86 40 Utlls 80.95 80.32 80.32- 0.04 40 Find 20.71 20.43 20.43- 0.17 SOOStocks 181.27 179.03 179.03- 1.63 Week's most active NYSE COMP. 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