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Industrials

General term used in the financial markets to refer to companies manufacturing, producing, or distributing goods and services.

Industrial

Describing a company or economy that engages largely or exclusively in the manufacture of products. An industrial company, for example, makes a good, which it then sells either to retailers or directly to consumers. An industrial economy is characterized by having a disproportionate amount of its GDP growth in industrial companies and government agencies. See also: Industrial Revolution.
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Casting decisions for this type of industrial weigh in favor of trained actors.
If you perform under an Actor's Equity (business theater or live industrial) contract, the salary for a principal performer is $904 per week for two weeks or more, $1,132 for one week, plus a traveling per diem of $60 including a single-room occupancy accommodation.
The report shows that industrial and office markets of the United States have passed through one of the most trying periods in their economic history.
The overall vacancy in New Jersey at the end of 1996 was 8.2 percent for industrial, vs.
The overall vacancy in New Jersey at the end of 1995 was 9 percent for industrial and 16.3 percent for office, compared to a nationwide 7.3 percent for industrial and 13.9 percent for office.
of Bloomfield, NJ, revealed that Central New Jersey's Mercer, Monmouth and Middlesex counties absorbed 90 percent of the new industrial construction in the State, mostly very large distribution buildings over 250,000 square feet.
SIOR-NJ Chapter President WIlliam Cariste, of Jacobson, Goldfarb & Tanzman, Woodbridge, moderated a press conference at the Highlawn Pavilion Restaurant in West Orange to debut SIOR's 1994 market guide entitled "Comparative Statistics of Industrial and Office Real Estate Markets." The guide gives a comprehensive analysis of industrial and office space activity in 1993 for more than 120 market areas in the USA, Canada and Mexico, and a forecast for 1994.
Houston accounted for the industrial success by noting that New Jersey began to shed its anti-business reputation over a year ago, including changes to the ECRA law, and the now evident market improvements should accelerate under our new Governor.
The continued strength in industrial depends on the degree that economic turmoil in emerging countries dampens business activity in the U.S.
The overall vacancy in New Jersey at the end of 1998 was 7 percent for industrial, vs.
The guide gives a comprehensive analysis of industrial and office space activity in 1997 for more than 136 market areas in the USA, Canada and Mexico, and a forecast for 1998.

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