Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on June 21, 1980

This morning’s business briefing: Saturday, June 21,1980, CLASSIFIED 4-8 MICHIGAN DATELINE ” 4 OPTIONS 3 Dow-Jones Industrials 869.71, 1.19 Lowest prime rate (Detroit banks) 12 Lowest mortgage rate (20 down) 12 Auto layoffs 274,900 Inflation rate (national) Inflation rate (Detroit) Michigan unemployment rate National unemployment rate 14.7 16.4 14.4 7.8 DETROIT FREE PRESS 1C LATEST COST-CUTTING EFFORT Ford asks break on supplier prices By TOM KLEENE Free Press Automotive Writer Ford Motor Co., in its latest major move to cut costs, is appealing to 1,600 outside suppliers to roll back their prices 1.5 percent on parts and services, effective July 1. I ne company confirmed Friday letters to that effect, signed by Harold A. Poling, Ford executive vice-president for North American Automotive Operations, were sent out to the suppliers a week ago. “Obviously, we (automakers and suppliers alike) are all in this thing together,” Poling said in a statement. “Our suppliers understand the need for us to achieve major cost efficiencies at this time.” Ford’s appeal comes at a time when many supplies, like the automakers, are reporting sharp declines in both sales and earnings. – THE NO. 2 AUTOMAKER reported a loss of of $164 million for the first three months of 1980 on the heels of a $41 million world-wide loss for the fourth quarter of 1979. Conceding the situation is going to get worse, Ford has cut back the North American share of its $50 billion 1980-84. worldwide capital spending budget by $5 billion. Other major cost-cutting moves in recent months include ordering layoffs of 6,100 salaried workers with more to jjjfX Star Poling follow, idling of 60,000 hourly employes and closing down assembly plants at Los Angeles and Mah wah, N. J., permanently. Poling’s statement seemed to reflect optimism the supplier companies would share “a portion of their cost efficiencies” with Ford. “I am sure the majority will cooperate and give us the support we’ve asked of them.” A Ford spokesman said that no responses positive or negative had been received as of Friday. A random sampling of Ford supplier companies indicated most have not yet reached a decision on the appeal. “IT (THE PRICE reduction) would have a decided impact on us,” an executive of one big supplier company said, “Ford is one of our biggest customers. Our business with them runs into the hundreds of millions annually.” “They (Ford) are likely to have trouble with some companies because auto industry suppliers generally are in the same boat as the automakers themselves are,” a spokesman for another company commented. Struggling Chrysler Corp. has been receiving support from suppliers for months in its battle for survival. Most of Chrysler’s major suppliers have accepted delayed payments off and on since January, and many are investing in high-risk Chrysler debentures to help the company raise cash. General Motors said it is not making a similar appeal to its supplier companies at this time. Red ink forces AMC to cancel dividend again American Motors Corp., facing substantial losses for the current quarter and the year, announced Friday it will omii its quarterly dividend of 7.5 cents a share, which would have been paid in August for the April-June span. Only a year ago, AMC resumed payment of a quarterly dividend after eliminating the shareholder payout during the mid-1970s when its car operations were losing heavily. Friday’s action by the board of directors came as no surprise. Chairman Gerald C. Meyers predicted two months ago that because of the auto industry’s steep sales slump AMC would lose money in the current quarter and for its fiscal year, ending Sept. 30. For the first six months of its 1980 fiscal year, AMC reported profits totaling $14.1 million. The company has not estimated the extent of the losses it expects for the year, but Wall Street investment analysts have been predicting it may wind up the year as much as $78 million in the red, which would force it to either cut or reduce the dividend. ‘ 1 Tom Kleene Headlines . . . THE NATION’S manufacturers reported a $5.3 billion, or 7.3 percent, plunge in durable goods orders last month, the steepest drop since December 1974 when the nation ‘ suffered its last recession. The precipitous decline to $67 billion in orders, seasonally adjusted, followed a 6.9 percent slide in April. The May drop was most evident in the steel, auto and aircraft industries, the Commerce Department said. THE DOW JONES industrial average dropped 1.19 to 869.71 Friday, bringing its loss for the week to 6.66 points. Declines outnumbered advances by an 8-5 margin on the New York Stock Exchange. Big Board volume totaled 36.53 million shares, against 38.28 million in the previous session. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was up .74 at 285.12. ‘ THE NATION’S basic money supply fell $200 million in the week ended June 11 as business lending continued to slump nationwide, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Friday. Money supply growth, seen by many economists as a key determinant of inflation and economic growth, has virtually skidded to a halt since the central bank tightened credit in March. The basic money measure, MIA (cash in circulation and checking accounts), fell to a seasonally-adjusted average of $369.4 billion in the week from $369.6 billion a week before. The broader M1B measure rose $300 million, however, to $388.9 billion. THE U.S. HOUSE has voted to tighten up emergency loans for small businesses and farmers by raising interest rates on government loans for those who can get credit from private sources. Businesses, including farmers, unable to obtain credit elsewhere could still get five percent interest Small Business Administration loans up to $500,000, but those who are able to get loans from other sources would pay new higher rates. A BRAKE COMPONENTS plant in Windsor, owned by Bendix Corp.’s Canadian subsidiary, closed permanently Friday. Earl C. Smith, president of Bendix Automotive of Canada Ltd., said the company regretted the decision after 50 years of operation but the industry slump had left Bendix with “substantial excess capacity in North America and associated fixed costs.” Compiled by KATHY WARBELOW TOE Issues listed en the New York Stock Exchange. Statistics In litis Hst Indued trades In Itiese Issues en exchanges ether than the New York. 12-mo. Sales HUH Low Stock Dlv. YM. PE 100s High Lew Last an il 27V ACF 11 HViAMF 20 12″! AM M 12 7ft APL 40 2444 ARA 54 MS ASA 11 Ha A TO 1 AVA 32 AbbtLb uv Acmec 2AdmDg 31 44V 34 4 14V 11 AdaEx 5 3AdmMJ 46 24 AMD 39V WVjAttnLf B IS Ahmans J ) Alleen 43′ 27vAlrPrd 2m 14AirbFrt 17’ 7Akiena J’l SvAllP 5IV4AlaP 1011 75VAlaP 7’i 53 AlaP If UwAliskb? 23 21 Alskaln 34 23″, Albany 10 4 Alberto 20 14VAlbtsn ‘i 224 Akin 37 25 AtcoStd 9′ SViAlexdr 34 U’IAMCp M If AlgCp 37 17AigLu4 88 BBSS. II 12″! 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STOCKS IS u 15 SIX Indus Tran Utlls 45Stk Open HI Lew Clese Che 167.92 1709 W3.31 a49.71- T.I9 269.31 27 .44 244.27 249.02 ! (14.39 115.04 113.55 114.20- 113.34 315J4 111.04 11342- 0.79 3,354,900 Bonds 20 Bonds 10 Public Utflltes 15 Industrials Commod hjturis Me MARKET TREND 5,1 74.400.02 442.29-0.25 As of trading dose June 20 Issues Volume Advances 543 13,101,700 Declines 190 11,201,000 Unchanged 431 5,213,300 Total 1,114 14,510,000 New highs 21 New lews 7 NYSE Heck trades 519 Revised NYSE stocks for June If 477 NYSE INDEX NEW YORK (AP) Closing New York Stock Exchange Max: Close Chanoe I CHIT 45.20-0.33 74.04-0.40 5197-041 Market HKWX Industrial Transport Utmtv Finance AMEX INDEX American Stock Exchange market value Index: high 215.19 , low 212.61 , dose 215.12 , up 0.74 . There was a gam of four cents in the average share price. Volume 4,050,000 shares, compared with 5430,000 Thursday. New highs, 14 1 new lews, 3 ; advances 245 1 declines, 100 J unchanged, 199 1 fetal issues, 744. 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