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RE SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1993 T VIAGRA Money THE SALINA JOURNAL Competitors scurry to get market share Soaring sales of Viagra spur drug companies to develop alternatives By The Associated Press NEW YORK — While the frenzy for Viagra continues, drug companies are developing competitors that could work faster or eliminate some of the side effects of the impotence treatment. The market is vast and its growth has been phenomenal. More than 1 million men have filled prescriptions for Viagra, made by Pfizer, since it was approved by federal regulators March 27. Analysts say Viagra could reach $1 billion in sales this year. The next impotence drug isn't likely to emerge until next year, and by then, drug makers looking to cut into Viagra's market share may fare better if their treatments work faster or last longer. "The second or third drug on the market, as long as it's safe and effective, should also do well," said Hemant K. Shah, an independent industry analyst in Warren, N.J. Zonagen, The Woodlands, Texas, may be next in line. It recently completed clinical tests on Vaso- max, which dissolves more rapidly in the stomach than Viagra. Jean Anne Mire, the company's vice president of investor relations, said a patient can develop an erection within 15 to 30 minutes of taking Vasomax. Zonagen expects to formally ask the Food and Drug Administration to approve the drug by the end of June. Tap Pharmaceuticals' apomor- phine is in the final stages of clinical trials and could be used alone or in combination with Viagra, said Dr. Harin Padma-Nathan of the Male Clinic, Santa Monica, Calif. T FARM EXPORTS Farm export predictions lowered Asian economic crisis, foreign competition fuel decrease, but NAFTA helps to offset forecast By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Farm export projections for 1998 were lowered Friday by $1 billion because of the Asian economic crisis and increased foreign competition in corn and wheat, the Agriculture Department announced. But the bad Asian forecast partially was offset by expected trade increases with Canada and Mexico, the two U.S. partners in the North American Free Trade Agreement. "I think they are down a bit less than some people had been anticipating," August Schumacher, chief of USDA's Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services, said of the overall export numbers. Still, the forecast for $55 billion in exports — down from $56 billion in February — for 1998 would be the lowest since 1995, when the United States exported $54.6 billion in farm products. About one-fifth of farm cash receipts come from exports. "It's a very strong performance in NAFTA." August Schumacher U.S. ag department official Exports of the nation's largest crop, corn, were lowered by 4 million tons compared with February's forecast, and expected value dropped from nearly $5 billion to $4.3 billion. Wheat exports were lowered 2 million tons compared with the February projections, and value decreased from $4.4 billion to $4.1 billion. Even soybeans, which have generally remained stronger than the other two major crops, saw forecasts reduced 3 percent from February to $6.5 billion, and shipments dropped about 2 million tons. Overall, expected farm exports to Asia are now $20.3 billion, down from $23.8 billion last year. But exports to Canada and Mexico of a broad range of commodities are predicted to rise $1 billion over the same time span, led by Mexico's recovering economy. "It's a very strong performance in NAF- TA," Schumacher said. Other factors in the export decline are the favorable worldwide weather for growing crops — particularly for U.S. competitors such as Argentina, the European Union and Australia — and the strong U.S. dollar compared with other currencies. Although the United States still enjoys a sizable agricultural trade surplus with the world, the new forecast of $17 billion is the lowest since 1991 and 20 percent below 1997. One major factor is the rapidly increasing imports of vegetables, which now have surpassed coffee as the leading foreign agricultural product sold in this country. The United States also is importing more beer and wine than ever. Although officials do not expect further large decreases in the 1998 export forecasts, sanctions imposed on India and especially Pakistan could have some impact. Food, humanitarian aid and bank credits for food purchases are supposed to be exempt, but Schumacher said it is unclear if that covers a USDA program under which Pakistan is buying millions of dollars in U.S. wheat. THE MARKET IN REVIEW NYSE AMEX MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) MOST ACTIVE ($1 OR MORE) Name Vol (00) Last Chg Name Vol (00) Last Chg BayNtwk 102480 27'Vie -'Vi6 SPDR 47726 109te -1%2 Compaq s 70817 27% -% PeakTrdn 28175 15% LillyElis 65910 61% -2V4 TWA 13350 10% +Vfc PhilMor 62638 37% ... 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X* " 9000 < * 04pO — — 8100 6/1/98 7/1/98 I; 111 INDEXES a/4 -24.1 52-Week Net % YTD 52-wk % -917 High Low Name Last Chg Chg %Chg %Chg 9,261.91 6,983.11 Dow Jones Industrials 8,899.95 -70.25 -.78 +12.54 +21.40 3,701.42 2,649.29 Dow Jones Transportation 3,346.61 +9.65 +.29 +2.77 +24.68 2,110 291.90 218.56 Dow Jones Utilities 284.65 +3.87 +1.38 +4.24 +28.22 2,057 587.91 434.33 NYSE Composite 565.28 -1.82 -.32 +10.58 +27.96 1,442 753.75 597.54 Amex Index 714.60 +1.02 - +.14 +4.38 +18.04 5,609 1,931.83 1,352.65 Nasdaq Composite 1,778.87 -15.75 -.88 +13.28 +27.03 53 1,132.98 831.87 S&P500 1,090.82 -6.78 -.62 +12.41 +28.59 112 492.28 248.65 Russell 2000 456.62 +.81 +.18 +448 +1992 64,243,900 10,782.75 7,993.99 Wilshlre 5000 10,314.18 -47.87 -.46 +10.93 +2831 COMPOSITE STOCK EXCHANGE LIST 52wk Oil . Name Lul %ret A-B-C ,. ADCTel 28'* -17.8 ... ADFkM 16 -10.0 .04 AGCO 25ft -17.5 ... AMR 153% +55.4 ... ASM Lifts 38% +51,7 1.32 ATST 60ft +67.6 ... ATMIInc d18ft -.5 -. Atacan % -93.8 1.201 AbtLab 74VB +20.4 ... Abetfilch 42V< +135.0 .'..' Accents Vs -81.8 .. AccesHtt 25% +15.6 ... Acclaim 6'/» +69.2 .,. AccuSlfl 32% +28.5 -. AflPert 27% +14.8 - tokm 21% +38.9 Adaptec d15V* -60.0 :20b AdobeSy 39% -11.9 ;. 'AdvFCm 37V* +35.2 _ ' AdHlthC 12ft -25,4 :.. 'AMD 19% -52.4 m Aetna Inc 78V* -15.5 ... Agourns 34 -10.8 ..: . AghBto 19% +314.1 .88 Ahmans 76'/< +99.9 ;16f AlrbFrts 37V< +115.4 ... Airgas 15V« -5.8 _ AtrTouch 47% +76.5 ... AifTran 7'/n +10.0 .68 AlberUn 46% +44.5 .60 Alcan 28ft -16.1 Me Alcatel 43>/< +94.4 ... Alkem 21'* +37.6 ... ADASem 1% +93.8 .40 Allegiance u50 +92.6 ... AHenTel d12 -44.6 .60. AMSgnls 42* +8.6 1.08 Alslate Wit +36.5 ... . Altera 33% -31.9 I.OOa Alcoa 694k -24 .581 Alza 4W +62.4 ... Amazon 88ft +367.7 .36 AmbacFs 54% +47.3 ... AmOnlnes 83% +205.7 .44 ABankrss 60 +108.5 1.161 AmerCpn 23V* .. AEagleOs 38% +676.9 ,90 AmExp 102!* +50.3 1.50 AGenCp 671* +59.7 .86' AHomePs48V» +31.1 .30 AmlntQs123<V« +41.0 ... AmlntPI 2V« +266.7 ... APwrCnv 30 +36.5 .36 AmStors 24% +12.1 ... AmehSrc 54% +28.3 1.20 Ameritchs42Vig +36.2 ... Amgen 60ft -9.1 ... AmkorTn 10% 1.50 Amocos 41% -3.8 1.06 AMP 38 . -4.1 ... Analog 24% -6.5 ... Andrew 21 1 te -20.3 1.04 Anheus 45% +11.0 ... AnsThnknISV* - AppleC 26% +61.4 .051 ApplSou 13'* -15.2 ... ApplMg 5*« -78.1 ., ApldMals 32 -2.4 ... AMCCn 22ft ... Apiia d7% -55.1 ... Arakis dIV* -60.8 ... ArborSH 34% +8.1 ... ArcadiaFn Ttl -22.2 .20b ArchDan 18% +i8 ... AriadP 3% -30.5 ... ArrowEls 25V« -11.7 ... ArtVascs 30 z te+231.6 ... Ascend 43% -27.2 ... Ashwrth 12% +53.1 .OSe AsiaPIp 10'* -19.1 ... AspscTn 12V* 40 AscFCap 74% +66.8 ... AsysflchsOie 1 /! -3.4 ... AlHomen 34* 2.85 ArjRich 78'* +14.3 Almel 14% -47.9 24 Autodesk 42ft +13.1 .53 AutoDI 63% +28.7 AutoZone 33V< +41.8 ... AvrtTch 40% +85.3 Aiisn 24'A 136 Avon 81% +30.3 AxenlT 24% +104.9 .. BAMrcn ISVie -7.3 ... BEASys 20'/« +97.1 BJSs 32"/e +21.7 ... BMC Sits «V» +57.0 ... Baans 45'A +45.1 .46 BakrHu 36 -2.1 1661 BaltSE M'/s +19.B l.52b BancOne 55'/i +49,7 12|t BcoHoPn 12 26t BncGak 20ft -25 1.04 BkNV 61'* +51.7 1.38 BankAm 82% +47.8 2.32 BkBosI 105% +50.B 4.00 BankTr 123te +55.5 16 BarhckO I9V4 -20.7 05 BatlMt SV* -5.5 1.16 Baiter 57 V» +12.0 .. BayNtvA 27"/« +12.4 40 BayV»s 32V< +34.8 BedBatn 50»« +76.3 308 BelWI 91*, ,37.2 144 BellSo 64';; ri5.2 . BemaGokl 1% -746 2J! BenetCp 134 +107.6 - BerkHaA70700 +64.3 .. BerkHB 2348 .. BestBuys 32ft +35W X Bestldss 56'/» +34.1 52 wk Dlv Name Latt Nrtt ... BelhStl 12V4 +30.1 ... Beverly n 14% +46.2 ... BioPharm 26V< +8.5 ... Btoctrl V* -88.6 ... Biogen 44 +33.7 .lie Biorcel 28'* +52.7 ... Btanira 2% -47.6 .48 BlackD 58% +62.4 ,56 Boeing 47% -8.4 .60 BoiseC 33% -4.6 .. Borlnd 8% +20 3 ... BostChk d2te .-82.2 1.25e BostPrp n 34 ... BostSc 63% +19.6 .80 Bowalr 50* +7.6 ... BrassieG V< -27.3 ... Brightpls 15% +10.6 ... Bn'IIDn 3V» -45.8 1.56 BrMySq 107V* +54.3 2.716 BritPel 88V* +23.6 2026 BlitStl 25 V* +8.4 ... BroadVis 15% +122.4 ... BrodSn d16 -36.3 .76 BrwnFr 35V* +15.6 ... Buffets 16Vie +80.6 1.20 BurlNSF 99ft +21.1 .57 BriRsc 42'* -8.6 ... BurrBms 25*ft2 +21.0 .56 BuUerlttg 35 -.8 ... C-Phone 5% -41.0 .19e CANTV 30% -16.0 .20 CBS 31* +58.7 ... CBTGps 49% +71.2 1.70 CCAPhsn3lV« ... CDRadk) 34ft+102.9 ... CHS Els 19'* +16.8 1.15 CIGNA s 66ft +21.3 .08t CKERsI 31% +55.7 ... CKSGrn 20 -35.4 ... CMGInls 44%+401.4 ... CMLGp 3ft +27.5 ... CNET 36V4 +59.8 ... CSGSys 42% +78.7 1.20 CSX 047* -5.2 .461 CVS Corp 70% +47.8 ... CabJtm 12'* -71.6 ... Cadences 35V<tt11.6 ... Cadiz 13ft +129.2 .28 CaHGotl 20% -34.4 ... CambTch 50te +57.8 .20 Cameo 69% +28.3 84 CampSp 54ft +20.4 561 CdnPcg 29V* +14.8 .. CapAutond14% .. Capstan 19 12 CardnlH 89V. +55.9 .. Canbnrs 22ft -32.5 .60 CamvCp 67% +86.2 1.94 CaroPw 41 +24.0 ... Casmynn V« -99.8 1.00 Calerps 54% +17.5 ... CeHstars 30 te +31.0 ... CelVain 02Va -63.6 ... Cendant 21% -S.I 3.50 Cendnlpll 37% ... Cenlocor 39 +17.8 1.74 CenSoWst 26'/» +36.9 ... Ceddian 54 +48.7 ... ChmpE 26% +45.5 .20 Chmpln 48 -2.3 ... ChancMds41%+114.1 2.681 ChaseM 135% +48.5 ... ChkPntn 28 -14.5 ... ChkFree 22"/H +41.5 .08 ChesEng 4V» -70.2 2.44 Chevron 79% +17.8 ... Chicos IO'A+213.7 ,68e ChleTel 22V* -32.5 ... Chiron 18V* -2.0 ... ChromCS 14%+172.5 1.60 Chryslr u55% +77.9 1.241 Chubb 79% +32.6 ... CienaCp 52 +15.4 1.60 CINergy 32% -2.4 .14 CrrcCtyCC 42% +6.4 ... CkCCar 9"/» -34.1 ... Circus 17 7 * -32.3 ... Cirrus 10 -3.0 ... Cisco s 75% +69.2 2.30 Citicorp 149V. +35.2 .751 CtaUtil 10V* +18.7 ... CitmSys 52% +105.9 .12 ClairesStr 18% -7.9 ... ClilfsOl 41V. +19.9 .28 Ctorus 83% +36.8 .60 CocaCI 78% +18.2 ... Cognen 19 -21.5 .12 Cogniail 53'/4 +45.1 ... CohoEn 8'A -4.2 - Colemn 19V. +11.9 .10 CokjPal 87 +44.0 ... Cotloc 22V« +12.4 .08 CoHCA 32'V« -10.3 .09 Comcsp 34te +106.1 ... CmcslUK 13% +21.7 20 Comdiscs 36% +46.9 .28 Comerics 65% +63.8 ... CmHkJgs 5>Vst\<8.9 ... CmtyCrwt Ite ... CmpUSA 15% -30.4 .031 Compaq i 27% +30.0 .07 CompAss 52V) +46.6 ... CmplHzs 33*0 -7.4 .05 CmpTsks 31% +7.1 . . Compwr s 45% +106.4 ... Comvers 49=Vi! +11.0 .63 ConAgni 29V. -.3 ... CncEFS 31'A +38.8 ... ConcCm 3^+111.7 .50 Conseco 46% +20.6 ... ConSlor 38V« +25.2 . CGDmaL 2% +37.5 52 wk Dlv Name Lalt %ret ... CoopCas 59ft +48.7 1.32 Cooper 64% +26.3 ... CoramH d2V« -21.4 .40 Cordants 49'* +37.4 .72 Comingln 39'/« -16.8 ... CorpExp 11% -17.7 ... CorrectCn 22% -38.2 ... Costco U57 7 * +80.2 .32 CntwCrd 46V4 +73.0 ... CoiCm 43"/« +98.6 .02 CrkrBrl 32V4 +13.7 ... CreTcUd 19% -1.3 .16 CrosTbrs 17V« +39.1 1.00 CwnCork 51'* -6.0 ... CybrCsh 15V« +11.4 ... Cyberonlc 11% +88.5 ... CybrShpn 12'/« ... Cymers 19te -36.4 ... CypSem Wv -45.1 ... Cytogn 1 -65.2 D-E-F .94 DPLs 17'/4 +14.3 .09 DPI Norton 18 +79.7 ... DSC I7te -36.0 ... DSETCpnlSte 2.06 DTE 39»« +54.6 ... DUSA 6% +39.8 .90a DBenz 98'* +27.0 1.161 DanaCp 52'fs +50.3 .266 Oanka 16'* -57.1 .08 Darden 15'/e +83.0 ... DalaGn 15V. -29.8 ... DtaWks 18ft -5.6 ... Davox 18% -418 .36 DaytHuds u46% +92.6 I.Ole DBeer 20% -37.9 .88 Dee re 51'* +1.9 ... DellCpIrs 82*0+192.8 1.48 Deluxe 33?« +8.3 ... DpoTch 1% -87.0 .32 Dial 24% +47.1 ... DiamM 7% -6.1 .50 DiaOltss 47% +33.8 .56 Dttold d29V< -22.5 ~ Dljltal 55Vi +53J ... DigMics &Va -34.4 .16 Dillards 42V« +23.7 S!» DimeBcp 29V16 +72.3 ... Discreet 14 -21.4 .631 Disney 113V. +35.1 .161 DdlaiGs 36<* +81.5 2.58 DomRes 39"/« +20i .38 Dover s 37 1 /: +33.4 3.46 DowCh 96'* +20.6 .96 DowJns 48'* +25.2 .76 Dressr 46*i« +37.2 1.401 DuPonl 77Ve +47.6 .. Ouckmll 18 +44.6 2.20 DukeEngy 57% +31.2 .88 DunBrd 33% +35.6 ... DuraPh 26VB -33.8 .10e DurbanRo fts -37.2 ... Dynagn <ts -96.4 ... Dynarmn 12ft +42.3 ... ETrade 21% +28.4 ... EEXCp 9'* -9.6 .56 EGG 31ft +59.4 ... EMCs 41 '/« +106.3 ... ESCMed 27'A tlli ... EVIWealh50V« +35.1 ... EglHrd 18V» -27.3 ... EstnEn u28ft +85.5 1.76 EKodak 71% -12.6 .90 Echlin 47Vi +43.6 ... EchoBay 2% -52.7 1.04 Edisonlnl 29% +30.9 .561 Edmnlll 40% +79.0 ... EinslnN 4% -61.5 ... EIPasoE 9ft +30.7 ... ElderBrn 25 ... ElcArt 43ft +37.3 .60 EDS 36% -2.4 ... ElecCom % -95.0 ... EFII 19% -53.3 1236 EHAquit Wit +37.9 ... EbagB 21% +27.0 1.11 EmnnEI 60% +15.6 ... ErnmisBd 44 Ve +102 128 EmpDIlt 20V. +25.0 .40 EnglCp 20% +3.7 ... EngineAs u50%+107.1 1.56 Enova 25»i6 +16.6 .95 Enron 50'* +24.9 .12 EnmOQ 20V* -5.9 ... ENSCOs 25V. +4.3 1.60 Entergy 26% +5.2 ... Envoy 43'* +54.8 .20 EqICos 68'* +137.8 .886 EoOtlPTn 27ft .226 EricTels 27'A +59.3 ... ElecSys 36f« -1.5 .161 ElhanAls 50V« +97.8 ... Euroweb 1% +75.0 ... Excite n 54% +364.9 M ElkJeCp 18',T4 -19.7 1.64 Enon 70ft +23.5 ... FOX Corp 64Vi +26.5 ... FPAMd 4% -61.6 2.00 FPLGp 61'/« +34.3 .16 FamDIrs 16V« +99.1 .96 FanniMae 59% «382 .02 Futenl 49Vl +4.9 .OlrnFKtUog 59% +100.6 ... FedrOS 51% +38.8 2.20 FetCor 34 '/« -.9 .681 FftnThrds 49V. +45.B .:. Re.Hel 55to *2432 ... FrslAlls 10% -39.3 .72 FAusPr 6% -15.1 1.76 fChlNBD 87'y» +57i 1.60a FComceC 77V« +87.1 1.12 FCmclCp 69V« +80.7 52 wk Div Name Lul Srat .06 FslData 33V. -15.2 1.48 FslUCs 55V. +35.9 1.50 FirstEngy 29"/is 1.96 FteetFnc 82 +36.3 .68 FleetEn 40 +42.5 .08 Flemng 19'/« -.6 .80 Fluor 47»/«l -9.4 ... FonUCp 4V» -37.1 .151 FdLioA 9'Vn +6.5 ... Foodmk 16'A +19.2 1.68b Fords 51'*+116.6 ... ForeSys 22 +37.2 ... ForsLbs 33 +58.5 .60 FUames 46 +36.1 .64 ForluneBr 38 Ve +25.6 .20 FrankRss 46'* +52.8 ... FMeyers 43 +67.5 .481 FredMac 45ft +38.9 ... FredBrw 1'/« -62.1 .20 FMCG 16%' -42.3 .69 FrontrCp 30'/B +75.3 G-H-I 2.06I GPU 38ft +18.7 1.88 GTE 58V« +39.3 .301 Galileo n 39% ... Gala* 11'/» -40.6 ... GameTcn 3% .76 Gannett s 66ft +44.4 ... Gantos 1"te -55.3 .20 Gaps u54 +138.3 ... Gartner 33V«s +18.1 ... Gate2000 45V« +21.3 ... Gemslr 43V4+120.0 1.20 GenElec 63% +40.2 ... Genlnsln 23% ... GMagic IOft+525.0 2.12 GnMil 68V4 +10.8 2.00b GnMoIr 71'* +30,2 ... GenNuIr 31 Vie +45.8 ... GnRad 17ft -5.4 .331 Genzym 27% +17.3 1.00 GaPcGP s 64% +9.4 ... GeoTk % -91.1 .801 GianlFd 43'A +34.3 .86 Gillelte 117'* +33.8 ... Qobilnds 21% +82.2 ... GlobM 22V4 -.3 .08 GoldBnct 22 +226.2 ... GoklBks dSVis -26.5 ... GoMStBc 38Ve +50.0 1.20 Goodyear 71'* +20.3 .64b GlLkCh 40 -15.1 .35 GreenTrF 40'/4 +16.6 ... GreyWoll 3'* +27.7 .05 Guidanls 64 '/e +72.9 ... GttCdag 4*e -47.9 ,08 HBOs 57*0 +84.8 ... HNCSIt 34 Ve +4.9 .50 HalMns ffH +26.6 ... Handlm 12'A +75.0 ... HanvDir 3% +333.3 ... Harden 5'A +6.5 .161 HarteyDs 35% +52.3 .40 Harnlsh 31ft -21.5 1.68 HaitldFn llOVe +46.5 .32 Hasbro 38V. +37.1 ... HltMgls 29% +58.6 1.521 HltHet 18ft +8.3 ... Hlthsth 28% +26.1 .28 Heilig 12 -27.1 1.26 Heinz 53V« +28.7 ... HellrFnn 2T 7 * .60 HerbHeBn 23% 1.08 Herculs 44Ve +.5 .641 HewlenPk 62% +21.3 ... Heicel 27% +43.8 .36 Hibem 21 +63.3 .32 Hilton 31'/B +9.7 .40 Hoinger I6'« +49.7 ... Hologic 21 -4.6 .241 HmeDepsu78^ +87.4 ... HmeHlthn d2% -72.7 .20 Hmslke 10'* -19.6 1.12 Hony«el 83% +16.3 ... HostMar 19'/4 +8.7 1.801 Houshlnl 13SVr« +41.9 1.50 Houstlnd 26% +43.3 ... Howmelln 15'* ... Humana u31'/« +41.4 .BOb Huntflnk 32% +34.9 ... HulchT 25 -10.0 ... HybrktNn 3% ... HypTeten I5"/B ... i2Tech 59 V» +34.4 .10 IBP 19% -15.3 ... ICG Com 30V4 +90.9 .241 ICNPhms43V« +195.3 ... ICOS u2ti/»+104.7 ... IDEC 31V? +51.4 ... IDTCorp 26Vi6 +223,9 ... IHIIntln 12% ... IVIPub 6 +90.0 .16 IkonOtlSol 21% -28.1 .48 fTW 66 +34.7 1.24 Illinova 29</if +34.6 ... Imatm 2% +5.6 ... Imdne 11 +55.6 ... ImunRsp lift +26.2 ... InFocus T/t -30.5 .lOmlNCO 14% -55.1 ... IndeNel 2'* +16.3 .226 IndoTel 6"/i6 -79.3 ... Induslnlln 9fe ... IndusMale 16'/«i +27.8 ... Inlormi 6% -253 ... Inloseek 23'/« +331.0 .60 IngerRds 45V» +27.9 ..i Innovan d8% .. Insights 31'/< +69.2 ... IntegCirc 13^ -9.2 ... InlgDv 9% -33.7 NOTES • The Lists: Stocks from ths New York, American and over-the-counter markets are included in this composite list. Slocks listed are those with the highest trading volume, regardless of the market where they are traded. Slocks of local interest are in boldface type. • Slock Footnotes: d • New 52-week low; g - Dividends, earnings in Canadian dollars; n - Slock was a new issue in the past year; pi • Preferred slock; pr • Preferences; pp • Holder owes Inslallmenls of purchase price; rl - Righl to buy security al a specified pnce s - Stock has split by al least 20 percent wrlhin past year; wl - Trades will be settled when Ihe slock is Issued; wd • When distributed; wl - Warrant; u - New 52- week high; un - Unit, Including more than one security; vj Company in bankruptcy or re ceivershlp, or being reorga nlzed. • Dividend Footnotes: a Extra dividends paid, not in eluded; b • Annual rale plus slock; c • Liquidating dividend; e - Amount declared or paid In last 12 months; -Cunent annual rale; 1 • Sum of dividends paid after slock spit, no regular rate; | - Sum of dividends paid this year; k • Declared or paid this year, a cumulative Issue with dividends In arrears m - Cunenl annual rale, which was decreased by recent announcement; p - Initial dividend, r - Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus slock; 1 - Paid In slock. 52 wk Div Name lul Srel .02 IntgHS 37V« +6.5 ... ItgPrc 13'* -24.5 .12 Inlels ?!'/«> -11.9 ... Meted 7% +101 .9 .681 IBM 1171ft t34 , ... InilManfn 8 1.00 IntPap 46 -1.2 .601 IntpbGps' 59% +49.1 ... Inlerslv 14% +28.0 ... Intuit 47% +70.0 ... Iomega s 6% -29.2 ... ItexCp 2% -10.6 J-K-L ... JDEdwrn36% ... Jabils 34V» +12.5 ... JacorCm 52'* +52.5 ... JelSmd 16'/» +7.6 1.001 JohnJn 69VB +19.4 ... JonelA site +91.7 ... JstFeel 21% +25.9 ... K-tels 15% +327.7 ... KLATenc 33% -26.9 ... Kmart u19% +36.2 1.12 KNErtgy 54Vi +31.1 2.60 KanPipSn35<Vii +38.B 1.62 KCtyPL 28% +6.5 .90 Kellogg s 41% +15.5 .64 Kellwood 33 '/» +34.0 ... Kernel d16to -35.3 ... KeraVs 8»e -12.3 .94 Keycaps 37% +44.9 1.50 KeySpan 33 ] Vi6 +29.4 1.00 KimbCtk 49 Vs -2.2 ... Komao 9'A -69.7 ... KooKR 2% -38.7 .156 KoreaEIc 7V« -58.5 ... KrogerCo 42% +61. B . Kulcke 17'* -47.9 . KushLk »<m +8.3 . LCI Ml 37'/« +64.2 . LHSGrps 57% +304.0 . LSI Log 21 % -49.9 12 LTV 10% -16.1 LaidlawE 3'* +25.0 LamRsch 23% -34.4 Lattice d38% -32.6 Layne 14 -35,0 LearnCo 2B'« +285.7 .. Legates 28%+1B0.7 .05 Lennars 26'A +143.7 ... ImHauss 53% +296.3 ... LevBlOnes26"/i6 +46.8 ... lexrnrk 55'/z +116,4 .80 UllyBis 61% +40.6 .52 Umild 33'/4 +66.7 .24 Linear! 69% +32.4 ... Linenss 32'*+177.6 .45 LaClab 50'Vn +8.6 1.60 LockhdM 112V. +21.0 ... LneSStk 16'* -18,9 1.78 LILCo 29% +42.3 ... LoraISp 25% +54.9 .22 Lowes u79V« +99.9 .161 Lucenls 70%+124.3 ... Lycos 53ta +240.5 .90 Lyondl 31 Vie +44.7 M-N-O .36 MBNAs 31"/K +46.6 .05 MCI u53>te +40.7 .161 MDC 15'A +77.7 ... MFHI 8'/« +13.3 ... MGCCon 17 ... MMCNtn 26 ... MRVCm 23'A -7.4 ... MacroCh 12% +125.0 52 wk Olv Name Last Srel ... Macrmda 15^/12 +75,1 ... Manugists26ty& -15.4 ... MarDrl 18% -6.3 ... MarinerH 14% +27.0 .16 MarlnlAn 34* .84 Masco 56V. +44.9 .28 Mattel 377* +31.5 ... Maxims 33% +22.0 ... MaySpeh 16% +48.9 1.271 MayDS 64'/« +36.8 .641 Maytag 50 '/B +102.3 .64 McCor 33tt +29.3 .20 McDerl 38V* +44.6 .361 McDnMs 65% +33.3 1.56 McGrH 76Vie +43.4 .50 McKessns 76'*+116.0 .64 Meads 31Vl +4.2 '... MedParl 8% -53.9 ... Medaph TVi -19.2 ... MedCath 17% +20.6 ... Medlox % -14.3 .22 Medtmlcs 55% +50.7 1.441 MellnBk 67 '/e +56.8 ... MenWre 42% +28.4 1.261 MercSI 78% +48.9 1.80 Merck 117 +31 i .60 MerrLyn 69% +76.8 ... MesaAIr 8'* +53.1 ... MelaCieal 8 Vie -33.2 ... Metals n 18Vj ... Metamor 30te +39.7 20 MethdA 12* .. MelGtot) 4V« +31.8 .. Melrocall • 6 +10.6 .. MtrmdFn 40'* .. MeBlers 27% +79.9 .. MichSlr 29% +63.1 .. Mtoochp 24'/z -28.1 .. MtaonEI 10% -35.6 .. MtanT 23 *» -44.6 .. MtoPrses d5% -8U . Microsttl84% +37.1 ... MktaGm 13Vz -32.6 .15 MillrHers 27"/« +55.8 .40, Miyipore 33% -20.8 ... MindSpr 53te +440.0 2.20 MMM 92% +4.5 ... MirageRst 20% -7.9 2.28 Mobil s 76 +16.1 .16 MoneySIr 33 +35.3 .12 Monsan 55% +26.1 .60 MSDWit Wl* +96.1 3.80 Morgan 124% +24.6 .48 Mononlnrj 30'/« -3.1 .48 Motorola 53 -20.4 ... MuskU u14'/ie+596.9 .16 Mylan 30 +109.6 ... N2Klncn 19%i ... NBTYs I7V»+121.2 ... NCRCp 33% +11.6 .96 NIPSCOs 26'A +35.6 .70 NabisH 46ft +18.8 ... Nabors 23 »« +5.4 .72 NathF d16'/> -5.4 1.64 NallCily 67* +34.7 ... Nallnsls 33V« +57.4 ... NalRecd u12 +629.2 ... NtSemi 16V4 -43.6 1.52 NalnsBk 75'ft +34.1 ... Navarre 4% +37.0 ... Navistar 30% +96.5 ... NeoMgic 15V« -9.4 ... Nelscpe 24'/4 -13.4 ... NetwkAp 534^2 +68.3 ... NetvAAsc 61V. -5.3 ... NwkCmp 8»» -39.7 1.60 NevPw 23'* +23.0 ... NewbNk 28% -32.3 .72 Newell 46'/4 +30.5 .12 NewmlM 24% -33.3 .08e NewsCorp 24% +40.6 .216 NewsCpp(21 r /« ... NewsEdge 11V; +45.1 ... NextelCm 23¥« +79.1 ... NiaMP 12% +43.4 .48 NikeB 46 -26.1 ... NineWesI 28V« -31.3 ... NobleDr 29»4 +39.4 ... NoiseCT %+150.0 ... Nokia s 64% +94.5 .56 Nordst 72'/» +52.4 .80 NorflkSos 31 VB +2.4 ... NrtllFce 24% +32.7 .40 NoFrkBcs 24'* +76.9 ... NoestUt 15% +75.4 .30 NorTels 64 +52.2 1.60 NortrpG 107% +28.0 ... NwslAirl 45V» +6.2 .66 Nomests 38'* +51.9 ... NovaCre It -14.7 ... Novell 10ft +37.2 ... Novluss 37% -6.4 .461 Nucor 5t'A -6.2 2.66 OGEEngy 53% +30.4 ... ON Teh 3% +6.9 1.00 OcciPel 27% +21.3 ... OceanEnn20Vi« -4.9 ... OrfcDpt 29'A +68.8 ... Oflicemax t6'/« +20.4 ... Omnipoinl 20 »« +48.7 1JO ONEOK 39</» +32.1 ... OpenMM I6*'« +79.2 ... Oractes 23% -21.7 ... OraVax I'/a -54.2 ... OrnSci 40'4+I37.0 ... Onel 14% -3.6 ... Oryx 23V« -1.1 ... OultkSlk 36'* +62.4 .201 OwensM dll* +t.O ... Owenslll 44% +51.7 .30 OwenC 37'A -11.5 ... OxIordHII 17'/4 -73.1 52 wk Dlv Kama Lul Sret ... Oxls 1 +18.5 .17p 0;Emai 19Vn +266.0 P-Q-R ... P-Coms 15 -.7 1.00 PECO U28V4 +53.1 1.20 PGSECp 31'/2 +39.6 ... PICOHkJ 4V! -1.5 ... PLCSys 12Vi -30.4 ... PMCSrra 36% +73.4 ... PMTSvo 19'A +30.8 1.56 PNC 57* +41.7 1.67 PPtLRes 22'A +16.1 1.36 PPG 72'* +32.2 ... PRIAulo d20te -44.6 ... PSSWrld 12ft -8.6 ... PacGaten 42% +74.5 ... PatitCB 82% +8.2 1.08 PatitCp 231/« +20.7 ... PagingN l3"/» +84.5 ... PairgTch 15% -22.5 ... PalmrMd IVe -64.8 ... PanAmSal 54% +90.6 ... ParmTcs yffs +47.2 ... Parexel 30 -3.3 ... ParkDrl 6V« -11.0 .60 ParkHans 41Vi6 +21.0 ... Pallnlo 2!« -51.2 \2& PalrAH 23% ... PattEngs 11% +18.0 ... PHarris 12'A -21.6 .24 Paychexs 36 +47.6 ... Peaklntln 16V» 1.42 PeakTrdn 15% 2.18 Pwney 71% 446.7 1.00 Pennzol 57% +7.6 .44 PeopHrts 22ft +43.0 ... Peopstts 43% +70.0 .521 PepsiCo 40% +9.5 ... Perrao 11 -5.9 ... PersGps 20V. +30.5 ... PelsMart 9'A -16.2 .76 Pfizer 104%+110.7 ... PharM 12% +18.6 1.08 PharUpi 44% +28.8 1.60 PhilMor 37% -11.2 ... PhilSvcg d3% -67.4 .986 PhlUpsEI 95ft +69.1 1.36 PhllPel 49'* +26.7 ... Photrlns 26% +12.9 ... PhyCor 16'A -40.0 .161 Pier Is 24Vi6 +68.7 .35 PkmHIBs 38V* +66.4 .10 PioNlrln 23V. .901 PitnyBwi 47 +34.9 .MmPlacerO 12ft -28.0 ... PlalTc 27% +86.4 ... Players 5V« +36.5 .176 Pohang 14% -54.7 ... PodEn 20% +23.7 1.66 PotmEl 24V» +14.0 ... Powrwv 19% +7.3 .50 Praxair 49% -6.9 ... PremT 23'A -14.0 ... Prmisy 24*0 +90.4 .34 PriceTRs 35V» +43.0 1.01 PrcclGs 83'A +23.7 ... Protfrtls 38* +93.5 2.18 PSEG 33<* +41.3 1.84 PugelEn 26V> +10.2 1.1'4 QuakrOal 57%- +44.4 ... Qualcom 52ft -3.4 ... Quantum s 21'* +4.8 ... Quartrdk 1% -50.0 ... Quinliless 48% +57.3 ... OuormHs 30V« +31.2 ... OweslCms33Vis ... HiBFalc 28"/« ... ROM 20* +122.1 2.05 RJRNab 26% -7.0 ... RSLCmn 25 1.20 RalsRP u111% +28.6 ... RareHosp 12'/« -21.3 ... RatnSIt t5'/4 -22.9 ... Rayovacn 21 .80 RaylhnA n 53% .80 RaythnB 54"/« ... ReadRt 6% -61.9 ... RINetwrn 23'A ... RecvEng 26'*+113.8 ... Reebok 28* -30.8 .92 RegnFns 41ft +41.1 .121 flegisCp 28 +21.3 ... RegMgicnu8% .74f ReSaSUS 43'/4 +37.2 .32 RelGrp 18'/ie +50.1 ... Remecs d!4% +6.1 ... Remedy 16*u -431.1 ... RenaisWs18% -237 ... Rentch 1% +633.3 ... Republnd 24* +1.0 .20 RepSec 11% +50.9 ... RexiSuns 33ft+157.0 .43 RiteAidsu35% +58.3 1.02 Rockwl 55 -13.6 .341 RoslynB 23"/o +39.2 .221 RossSIrs 44ft +56.5 ... RossSy 4* +24.4 ... Rowan 25V* +14.7 1526 RoylOuts 56'* +20.1 .64 Rubrmd u32% +24.6 .60 Ryder 34V* +6.3 S-T-U ... S3 Inc 6* 1 * -51.4 .93 SBC Corns 38'* +36.8 ... SEMXCp 5'V* -39.7 ... SFXEntn 44'/4 ... SGSTM 77% -1.8 ... SabaPel 1* -89.4 ... Sabratek 26V. -3.0 ... SalTLok 4Vl +70.0 1.401 Saleco 46ft +13.2 ... Safeway s 36V* +68.3 52 wk Olv Name Lett Srel .10 SUotin 38'/« +3.4 ... Stlude 35* +5.3 1.00 StPauls 44% +25.4 .56 SLMHMs39% +17.6 ... SanDiskn 16ft +26.0 ... Sanmina 7T 7 * +36.2 .13 SFelnfJn 35 .92 SaraLee 58',» +46.0 ... Scherer 82V. +63.1 .881 SchergPf 63% +90.2 .75 Schlmb 78V« +31.2 .16 Schwabs 33V« +29.0 ... SdCtone 4V» -47.3 ... Sclos 9% +57.0 ... Seagate 23V. -46.1 .66 Seagram 43% +15.4 ... SeagullE leVe -3.6 ... SealAirn 53Vz .92 Seam 61% +22.9 ... SecDyn 21 VB -40.1 ... SelrPol Vz -81.8 ... Senelek 4% +31.4 ... Sensorml 12% -t\2 ... Sepracr 43 +81.8 ... Sequus 11% +48.5 .36 SvceCp 40'* +18.4 .46 Svcmsts 33Vi6 +45.8 ... SiebelSyss 22* +85.1 .28 SkjmAI 36W +24.3 ... SUcnGph 12 -36.8 ... Sinclair s 25 '/is +98.3 .511 Sirroms 26% +45.5 • ... Silel d6V< -58 2 ... SmartCh SVi +35.6 ... SmnMods13"/K -13.4 ... Smarm 16% +45.2 ... Smilhln 49V« -7.0 ... SmithFs 27 -4.7 .836 SmthBcs 53% +25.4 ... SnyderCm40% +42.9 ... Soflnet U15%+I41.8 ... Solectrs 41% +32.4 .04 Sokulan 27'/« 1.08 Sonat 39% -32.1 1.34 SouthnCo 26% +25.6 ... SoPacPel 3% -39.3 ... SouthldCp 2'/» -33.6 .76 Southlrsts40V« +61.1 .04 SwslAirs 26"/ia +50.4 .07 SovBcps 17"/B +61.5 ... SpecMu 2* +197.9 ... SptAuttl IS'/n -18.1 I.OOa Sprint 71* +55.4 ... SMBU 1»« -21.9 1.236 SPOR 109te +35.1 .80 SlanlWk 47% +15.3 .. Staples 1 25',* +75.2 ... StarTefes 23% ... ... Starbcks 46 +48.9 2,081 StarwdHII 47% +31.9 ... SWcycle 11VD +40.3 ... Slerls U62W +69.6 ... StrtCmc 39'Vn +20.3 ... StaEnls 27 +51.7 ... SloneC 17* +32.7 . ... SlorTch 63'*+l01.9 .20 SlrideRI 13% -10.8 1.08 SummtBs 50<* +56.6 ... SumlDsg 14'* +72.1 1.00 SunCo 42'A +42.1 ... SunMic 40VK +24.5 .40 Sunamers 48% +54.7 .04 Sunbeam 22% -34.1 ... Sunglss 12V« +66.7 ... SunrAssisI 30'* -1.6 ... SunMn % +11. 1 1.00 SunTrsI 79 +53.7 ... SupEnrgy 9% +83.3 ... SurgeCm 2'/B ... SurgeCwt 1% ... SwftlTms 22V4 +4.6 ... Swissray V« -75.6 ... SyOsflc 1% -6.3 ... Sybase 8 -50.4 ... SyrmLrns 30fe +23.1 ... Symnlc 23'* +32.4 ... Synopsy 42% +22.9 .36 Sysco wi 23V« +38.0 .10 SystSft 7V« -8.8 ... SystCpts 25%+106.3 ... TAVATcrr f«»+68!.6 ... TSATAn 5% -41.4 .241 TJXs 46* +94.2 ... TacoCab 6% +21.5 .40 Tandy s «V. +62.6 ... TectiDa'.a 40% +41.8 ... Tecndone 1»« -66.9 ... TecbSols 30V« +10.0 ... Tekelecs 44 '/« +225.7 .48 Tektrms 36'A ... TelSave 194 +31.7 t.34e TeleDan 46% +870 ... TeteComA 34V* +138.4 ... TCALMs 33 +116.5 ... TefTCIAs 17% 1.946 TelBrasf 106 -200 1.126 TelArg 32V* -37 1.63e TelMe« 47'/« +122 ... TeteprtC 55% +61.6 ... Tellabs 68Zte +42.1 .01 Telnon 33 1 /. +747 t.26 Templelnl 5614 +3.5 ... TeneM 35 +26.1 1.20 Tennco 41% -3.1 ... Terdyn 30* -27.6 .346 Teva 41 -30.2 1.80 Texacos 57* +10.2 .34 7e«lnsls st'/e +14.1 2.20 TeiUtii 39h +21.4 ... ThermoEl 35'* +4.1 ... Thrlnsls J8V« -.8 ... ThrmTch 1%. -64.2 52 wk Dlv Name Latt Snt ... ThnkNw 20 +4968 .OB Thotlnds27"/« +74.6 ... 3Com d25% -47.1 ... 300CO 3*4 -12.6 ... 3Dlxlntn 19% .60 Tktwlt d38'A -7.9 .36 TimeWam77% +65.1 ... THitlgr 67'/4 +49.7 ... Topps 3 7 /« -11.3 .24 Tosco 31* +.4 ... TotRenls 30% +47.2 ... ToyRU 26V! -13.6 ... TrackDala 5*+144.1 ... TWA 10% +33.3 ... TrnWEnts U36'A +432.4 .12 Transoms 49% +43.4 .50 Travelrss 61'A +67.3 .40 TravPrp 41% +6J .. TriarcA 24% +4.8 ... TricoMrs 19* -1.5 ... Tricomn rJ8V4 ... TrlconGn 31 V* ... TrislarAn 16% ... TrilEng 38% -11.3 ... Trbdyne 8% +109.4 .10 Tycolnls 55% +82.0 .10 Tyson 21 'A +9.9 ... UAL 79'/e +3.7 ... UCARInl 32 -33.9 .SObUMBFn 55 +46.6 ... US Auto Zta -46.7 ... USFoodsv 33'A +21.0 ... USHmGrd 5%+102.2 ... USO(cPst6% +6.5 2.14 USWest 50* +46.8 ... USWM 37V« +91.8 ... USANIWS 24'A +58.6 ... USAWsle 47% +30.6 1.62 USTInc 26% -1.5 ... USWebn 21 '* .84 USXMar 35 +22.9 1.00 USXUSS 35ft +17.9 ... UStel \Vl -71.7 ... UllraSIp 20V. +4.3 ... UnlCaplln 17% 1.60 Unicom 34% +58.2 1.116 UnlNVs 78% +60.5 1.80 UnCmp 54% +11.5 .90 UCarb 49% +10.5 .80 UntonPac d48% -24.4 .20 UPacRs 20'/4 -28.3 .20 UnTex 28 +36.3 ... Uniphase s 51 +97.2 ... Unisys 24V« +258.9 1.051 UDomR 14'* +I.S .03 UHBhCr 64 +18.0 ... US Airway 70 +98.2 .70 USBncpS 39'* +46.1 ... US Filler 30Kz -2.0 .16 USSurg 39% +21.9 1.441 UtdTech 94 +186 .60 Unocal 35'« -13.1 ... Urologin 11% -32.8 1.60 UtlllCo 35f» +3&2 V-W-X-Y-Z .80 VFCps U53% +353 ... VLSI 15VJ -39.0 ... Vaicos 26V» +79.6 ... Vencorn 9'* ... VeiilDGC 51%+136.2 ... VeiilasSlsW'to +80.3 ... ViacB 55 +82.6 .32 ViadCp U27 +51.2 ... Viasoft 15'/» -70.1 ... VidaMdn 5% -26.6 ... VkingOP 28*2 +51.4 ... Vimrx 1% -53.8 ... Vlncams 20Vu -6.2 1.061 Vtshay 22V« -25.8 ... VrsioCos 46'* +58.5 ... VISX 49'* +85.2 .. Vitesse s 25% +43.0 .. Vivuss 9V. -42.6 .311 WalMart 55'* +85.7 .25 Wakjrn 35% +53.1 ... WangLab 24 +19.3 .64 WarnLms63S'« +99.2 1.201 WAMull 70% +35.3 .04m WasleMInc 32Vz +8.3 ... WsteMast IJte+1965.6 ... WalsnPhs 43*+112.9 ... WvaPhre 12% +50.8 ... WellptHI 65 +37.3 .24 Wendys 24'r/e +2.6 ... WesJssn 27 +50.7 ... WslMar 19% -18.8 ... WstBrC » -96.2 ... WslAllassSG^ ... WDkjrtl 17V« -41.4 2.14 WstnRes 38% +25.1 .88 Westvaco 28'A -2.6 ... WetSeal 30 -.4 1.60 Weyerh 50% +4.7 1.36 Whrlpl 68V« +37.3 .60 Williams 832 ';» +46.8 ... WinsLoaw 24 +124.1 ... Winstar 37'/z +163.9 ... WscCT 23'/« -35.2 ... Woolwth 19* -20.2 ... WrMAcc 31% +92.5 ... WorldCm 45'ft +70.6 1.44 Xerox 102'* +54.9 ... Xiliru 38te -27,1 Xybmaul 5'/ie +127.0 ... XylanCp 24'* +21,3 88 VPFScc 31* +6.9 •~ Yahoos 109V! +415 4 ... YelbwCp 18* -5.1 48 Yorkln 50 +4,1 ... YorkRs 6'A -94 ... YouthSv d7% -424 ... ZIIDavisn 16'* Spending outstrips savings By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Americans enjoyed solid advances in their incomes last month, but they increased spending at an even faster rate and cut back on saving. That can't last, economists said. Plus, in a sign the Asian crisis is pinching, the Commerce Department said Friday that factory payrolls declined 0.2 percent. Overall, personal income increased 0.4 percent in April, as did income's largest component -f- wages and salaries, but personal- consumption jumped 0.5 percent. MARKETS KEV RATES Daily key rates (ram The New York Times Previous Year Friday Day Ago 8.50 8.50 8.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.29 5.63 5.58 4.87 4.90 4.81 5.10 5.11 5.18 3.W3 3.74 3.57 5.55 5.56 6.65 5.80 5.82 6.91 7.03 7.06 7.97 5.22 5.23 .74 (x) Estimated daily average, Dow Jones Markets (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with inflation (xXx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Sources: Salomon Smith Barney; Dow Jones Markets; The Bond Buyer PRIME RATE DISCOUNT PATE FEDERAL FUNOC(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. THEAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. INF(xx) 10-YH. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEXHONE BONDS -m- MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) LOCAL BRAINS Friday, May 29 Wheat $2.96 $2.96 $2.96 ADM, Sallna Secular, Sallna Carglll, Sallna Continental, Sallna $2.96 Farmway, Belolt $2.79 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $2.76 Cooper, Colby $2.71 Midland, Hays $2.73 Decatur, Oberlin $2.69 Agco, Russell $2.75 Farmers, Stockton $2.76 Com Mllo Beans — $3.90 — — $3.90 $6.045 — $3.90 — $2.14 $3.46 $5.81 $2.04 $3.46 $5.83 $2.12 — — — $3.41 — $2.11 $3.21 — — $3.40 — $2.15 $3.22 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,0000 bu. minimum; cents per bushel Jul9B Sep98 Dec 98 Mar 99 May 99 Jul99 Jul98 Sep98 Dec 98 Mar 99 May 99 ,Jul99 Dec 99 Jul98 Sep98 Dec 98 Mar 99 May 99 Jul9B Aug98 Sep98 Nov98 Jan 99 Mar 99 May 99 Jul99 Ncv99 283V4 295 310 323 329 339 238 Z42fe 247% 255 V4 259% 264 264 127V2 130% 137V4 143Vz 148 619 610V2 595V2 588'A 595V: 602V2- 606 614 609 WHEAT 2871/2 2B3V4 297% 293% 313Vz 309 325V2 322% 329 328 339 336V2 CORN 242 237 246V2 242 250% 246V2 25BV2 255 263 259te 267% 264 265 261 OATS 130 126V4 132% 129V4 139 137V4 145 143 148 148 SOYBEANS B28'/2 em 619 609 604te 594'/2 597 587 604 595 609 602ft 609te 606 614'A 612 612VS 606Vi! -'A -te 284 Vt 294te 309% 323V2 328 -1 336Vz -1 238V2 +'/4 242% -% 247V2 -'/4 255V2 -Vz 260% 265te -1/4 262 -1 129% +2'/4 132V2 +1% 139 +1% 145 +1V4 148 +1V4 618% -V4 610V4 -1 596Vz 589% +% 596'/z +1/4 604V4 +1'/4 608 +fe 612 +'/4 ' 609 +l'/4 800-850 Ib 50.00-53.75 (53.28), 2 head 895 Ib 50.25, ; 14 head 983 Ib 49.25. Feeder heifers (figures in parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 8 head 323 Ib 81.50, 350-400 Ib 80.00-86.50 (85.10), 450-500 Ib 80.00-81.50 (80.75), 500-550 Ib 79.50-82.00 (80.55), 550-600 Ib 73.75-80.25 (76.48), 49 head 625 Ib 72.00, 650-700 Ib 69.85-70.00 (69.91), 750-800 Ib 67.lfi- 69.50 (68.67), 950-1000 Ib 64.25-64.50 (64.35); medium and large 1-2:450-500 Ib 74.00-77.75 (75.84), 500550 Ib 72.00-73.00 (72.15), 4 head 595 Ib 73.00, 600650 Ib 88.00-68.75 (68.63), 12 head 678 Ib 68.10, 9 head 745 Ib 65.25. Feeding heiferettes: 6 head 55.00-62.50 (59.75). Slaughter cows: cutters and boning utility 1-3 average dressing: 33.00-38.00 (35.56); high dressing 38.5040.00 (38.75); low dressing 27.00-32.75 (31.50). Slaughter bulls: yield grade 1-2: 43.75-49.50 (46.20). ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 300. Compared to Thursday, barrows and gilts steady due to very limited supply. 1-3 230-270 Ib (46-50 percent lean est'd) 39.00-39.50: 2-3 270-290 Ib 37,50-38.50. Sows: scarce. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Kansas feedlot sales: Trade rather slow. Slaughter steers and heifers steady. Inquiry moderate, demand fair. Sales confirmed on 6,300 slaughter steers and 9,400 slaughter heifers Thursday. For the week to date 84,600 head confirmed including 37,800 head or about 45 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlol net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 10751325 Ib 63.00, pen 1250 Ib Holsteins 56.00. Slaughter heifers: select and choice 2-3 9501200 Ib 63.00, mixed commercial to choice 11001150 Ib heifers and heiferettes 61.00. OMAHA LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Hogs: 150: barrows and gilts .25 higher: U.S. 1-3s 230-270 Ibs. 41.00: sows steady where tested: 350-500 Ibs. 28.00, 550-650 Ibs. not established. Cattle and Calves: None. Sheep: None. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Friday on Ihe Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel Jul 98 311 313 310 310% -</4 Sep98 318 320Vz 317Vz 317Vz -'/z Dec 98 329% 33Hf! 329 329 -% Mar 99 33BV2 339 337% 338'A> CASH GRAIN Wheat 191,446 bushels: Vz cent lower to 2 cents higher: No. 2 hard 3.05'/2-3.12'/zn: No. 3 2.94V23.11Vzn: No. 2 red wheat 2.82'/2-3.09Vzn: No. 3 2.71Vz-3,08Vzn. Corn 28,263 bushels: unch to 2 cents higher: No. 2 white 2.75-2.80n: No. 2 yellow 2.31-2.42n- No 3 2.11-2.41n. No. 2 milo 3.76-4.01 n. No. 1 soybeans 6.10Vz-6.23 1 /2n. Hoppers 52.00-56.00. SAUNA WEEKLY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Receipts 1,003; last week 737; last year 554. Trends: Feeder steers 400-700 Ib steady to 2.00 lower on a light test, 700-900 Ib steady to 1.00 lower. Feeder heifers 450-700 Ib 2.00-3.00 lower, 700-800 Ib steady. Slaughter cows and bulls steady. Trade active. Demand good. Receipts 66 percent (664) 600 Ib and over, 24 percent (238) 600 Ib and under, 10 percent (101) cows and bulls. Feeder steers (figures in parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1:5 head 440 Ib 93.00, 450-500 Ib 89.00-92.00 (89.61), 3 head 527 Ib 89.00, 550-600 Ib 84.75-91.00 (85.80), 600-650 Ib 86.0089.00 (87.36), 5 head 693 Ib 76.50, 700-750 Ib 74.7576.50 (74.81), 11 head 790 Ib 71.75, 800-850 Ib 70.2573.00-(72.05), 850-900 Ib 70.00-72.25 (71.12), 4 head 906 Ib 69.00; Steers/Bulls: 9 head 493 Ib 87.00; medium and large 1-2: 5 head 368 Ib 80.50, 5 head 475 Ib 88.50, 500-550 Ib 85.00-88.00 (87.15), 7 head 586 Ib 80.00,4 head 709 Ib 70.00,20 head 766 Ib 70.10,9501000 Ib 65.00-65.50 (65.30); large Holsteins 2: 2 head 388 Ib 69.50,4 head 460 Ib 68.75, 7 head 751 Ib 55.50, Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: CATTLE 40,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib. Jun9B Aug98 0098 Dec 98 Feb99 Apr 99 Jun99 64.45 66.35 66.52 67.82 68.95 70.00 68.40 64.70 64.27 66.55 66.05 66.57 66.00 67.95 67.10 68.95 68.25 70.00 69.20 68.40 68.25 64.55 66.30 66.30 67.15 68.32 69.20 68.25 +.43. . +.03-.17 -.67 -.45 -.80 -.40 FEEDER CATTLE Aug98 Sep9B Oct98 Nov98 Jan 99 Mar 99 Apr 99 Jun98 JUI98 Aug98 Oct98 Dec 98 Feb99 Apr 99 • Jun99 Jul 99 Aug99 50,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib. 75.10 75.20 75.40 76.10 76.50 76.10 75.20 74.15 75.20 73.90 75.50 74.40 76.20 75.35 76.60 75.50 76.10 75.70 HOGS 74.55 74.50 74.65 75.65 76.00 75.70 76.50 -.65 -.70 -.75 -.55 -.55 -.57, -.60 40,000 Ibs.- cents per Ib. 60.45 59.50 56.75 52.02 52.20 54.70 54.45 63.52 62.25 61.30 60.40 59.87 59.30 57.17 56.42 52.22 51.85 52.30 52.05 54.70 54.60 54.45 54.30 63.80 63.52 62.25 62.25 61.25 59.80 57.12 52.20 52.07 54.65 54.35 63.80 62.25 59.70 +.88 +.45 +-.50 +.18 +.07 +.10 -.05 +.25 +.58 +.05 GOLD Selected world gold prices, Friday. Foreign - Hong Kong late: $292.95 off $1.50.; London morning llxing: $292.40 off $1.60.; London afternoon fixing: $293.60 off $0.40.; London late$293.35 off $1.00.; Paris afternoon llxing: $290.83 off $3.88.; Frankfurt fixing: $292.91 off $0.87.; Zurich late afternoon: $293.25 off $0.65. Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $293.60 off $0.40.; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $308.28 off $0.42.; NY Engelhard: $294.75 oft $0.40.; NY Engelhard fabricated: $309.49 off $0.42.; NY Merc gold spot month close Fri: $292.30 off $0.40.; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Fri. $292.70 off $0.30 SILVER Handy & Harman silver Friday $5.075, off $0 115 : Fabricated $5.684, oft $0.129; The bullion price for silver earlier in London $4.9565 off $0.2185; Engelhard $5.090, off $0.115: Fabricated $5.701, off $0.123.; NY Merc silver spot month Friday $5 075 up $0.035 ' ' OJL Petroleum cash prices Friday as compared with Thursday prices: Fri. Thu, West Texas IntemiedS per bbl fob 15.43 14.83 From Staff and Wire Reports

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