Securities Markets in the 1980s: The New Regime, 1979-1984

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ABC/Hearst, 186
Abilene National Bank, 45
ACF Industries, 357, 360
A. C. Nielsen, 188, 313
acquisitions. See mergers and acquisitions
advertising industry, 184, 188, 189-90
aerospace industry, 178, 181, 183, 203-4, 210
Aetna Insurance, 84, 128
Afghanistan, 21, 203
Agee, William, 356, 359
agriculture. See farm industry; farm machinery
Air Florida, 199
airline industry
antitrust and, 314
credit ratio, 274, 300
junk bonds and, 282
as overperforming, 181, 195-99, 210
air traffic controllers strike, 31, 75-76, 77
Alcoa, 144, 146
Allied Chemical, 128
Allied Corp., 311, 328, 359
Altman, Edward, 256
aluminum industries, 119, 120, 124, 166, 370
credit decline, 268
high oil prices and, 119, 370
imports and, 269, 311
underperformance of, 119, 120, 124, 166
Alusuisse, 169
Amax, 309
American Airlines, 199, 279
American Bankers Association, 20
American Can, 357
American Economic Association, 18
American Enterprise Institute, 30
American Express, 52
American Financial Corp., 285, 345, 350
American General Corp., 311
American Motors, 275
American Savings & Loan Association, 52, 250
American Stock Exchange's Natural Resources Index, 206-7
American Stores, 313

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