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Things are looking up - a little. For the first time in three years, brokerage house A.G. Edwards is recommending all the publicly traded newspaper stocks as buys, s" />
Things are looking up - a little. For the first time in three years, brokerage house A.G. Edwards is recommending all the publicly traded newspaper stocks as buys, s" />

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That’s the good news. The calculable changes, however, will be far from revolutionary. Depending heavily on the status of the economy – as newspapers always do – the year may post better ad linage figures, but there won’t be anything spectacular. Some areas will continue to rebound from heavy recessionary hits – retail could hit stride again if the ’93 holiday season is favorable – but the basic recovery pace will be slow.
1994’s forecast may appear to be humdrum, but what’s bubbling underneath is far more interesting.

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