wsj_2400 (line 24, ant vp):
A rebound in energy prices, which helped push up the producer price index, is expected to do the same in the consumer price report.
wsj_2400 (line 27, ant vp):
Robert H. Chandross, an economist for Lloyd's Bank in New York, is among those expecting a more moderate gain in the CPI than in prices at the producer level. "Auto prices had a big effect in the PPI, and at the CPI level they won't," he said.
wsj_2406 (line 14, ant vp):
While the network currently can operate freely in Budapest, so can others.
wsj_2412 (line 16, ant vp):
People eager to have youth "pay their dues to society" favor service proposals -- preferably mandatory ones.
So do those who seek a "re-energized concept of citizenship," a concept imposing stern obligations as well as conferring rights.
wsj_2412 (line 58, ant ap):
Encouragement is fine; compulsion is not.
wsj_2412 (line 74, ant ap):
Are they worth that?
Evaluations suggest that good ones are -- especially so if the effects on participants are counted.
wsj_2413 (line 5, ant vp):
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan was on the telephones, making it clear to officials in the U.S. and abroad that the Fed was prepared to inject massive amounts of money into the banking system, as it did in October 1987, if the action were needed to prevent a financial crisis.
wsj_2415 (line 25, ant vp):
Even for people who expect a bear market in coming months -- and a sizable number of money managers and market pundits do -- the advice is: Wait for the market to bounce back, and sell shares gradually during rallies.
wsj_2418 (line 41, ant vp):
Sony uses mostly red and blue, with traces of yellow -- and so does Justin, on the theory that kids prefer these colors. ("To be successful, a product can be any color whatsoever, as long as it is fire-engine red," says Charles E. Baxley, Justin's attorney.)
wsj_2428 (line 23, ant vp):
Now, dozens of corporations, including Ethan Allen, TW Services and York International, that are counting on at least $7 billion of scheduled new junk financings to keep their highly leveraged takeovers and buy-outs afloat, may never get the money. "The music has stopped playing," says Michael Harkins, a principal in the investment firm of Levy Harkins. "You've either got a chair or you don't."
wsj_2443 (line 73, ant vp):
Ramada has said it hopes to propose a new restructuring plan but hasn't indicated when it will do so.
wsj_2443 (line 90, ant vped):
But the stock market as a whole, bolstered as it is by takeover speculation, remains vulnerable to any further pullback by takeover financiers, both in the junkbond market and among commercial banks.
wsj_2446 (line 11, ant tv):
I want to say in the most forceful way I can: I certainly hope so."
wsj_2446 (line 42, ant vp):
Mr. Wertheimer said the Senate Ethics Committee should hire a special outside counsel to conduct an investigation, as was done in the case of former House Speaker James Wright.
wsj_2451 (line 30, ant np):
That's the problem, isn't it?"
wsj_2451 (line 32, ant np):
That's the problem, isn't it?"
Indeed it is.
wsj_2454 (line 33, ant vp):
If it doesn't yield on these matters, and eventually begin talking directly to the ANC, the expectations and promise raised by yesterday's releases will turn to disillusionment and unrest.
If it does, the large number of right-wing whites, who oppose any concessions to the black majority, will step up their agitation and threats to take matters into their own hands.
wsj_2454 (line 36, ant vp):
The government is watching closely to see if their presence in the townships leads to increased anti-government protests and violence; if it does, Pretoria will use this as a reason to keep Mr. Mandela behind bars.
wsj_2455 (line 20, ant vp):
Just as Pope John Paul II did in Seoul last week, President Bush and members of Congress ought to tell Mr. Roh in no uncertain terms that this kind of behavior is unacceptable.
wsj_2455 (line 46, ant vpng):
It's appropriate for U.S. officials to keep hammering for more open trade policies, as U.S. Trade Representative Carla Hills did in Seoul last week.
wsj_2472 (line 82, ant tv):
When a store keeps dropping prices, the Farmington, Mich., resident says, "I get suspicious that they're trying to get the most they can out of you."
wsj_2478 (line 42, ant tved):
Merrill Lynch's Mr. Bradford said, "We haven't seen the pickup in flat rolled orders that we should have." Flat rolled steel is the industry's major product.
wsj_2491 (line 24, ant vp):
But now, with Bull in firm control, these U.S. operations are key ingredients in Mr. Lorentz's plans to ensure that Bull remains one of the half-dozen or so world-wide, full-range computer companies likely to survive the 1990s.
To do so, Bull is planting itself firmly in the U.S., where, says Mr. Lorentz, a lot of the best people and research are.
wsj_2495 (line 6, ant vp):
Nor mistake, as he seems to have done, a raw, rough-cut, unretouched, genuine diary, complete with blips, print lice and all the confusions of real time with high-gloss footnoted academic scholarship.
wsj_2497 (line 15, ant ap):
Must they always be