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C2 THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1996 THE SALINA JOURNAL m m to Iw T ECONOMY Reports reveal slowdown MARKETS Index of Leading Economic Indicators continues to decline By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy was clearly weakening at the end of 1995, with a national gauge of future activity failing to show strength for a third consecutive month and the Federal Reserve reporting widespread signs of a slowdown. The statistical drought caused by the 21-day government shutdown ended with three reports Wednesday, but economists split over whether the new information was raising warning flags about a possible recession or merely depicting a slowdown following a spurt of summer activity. The most disturbing development was a 0.3 percent drop in the Index of Leading Economic Indicators for November, which fol- lowed an even bigger 0.5 percent October decline. The index had showed no gain in September and has not posted a positive reading since August. The Federal Reserve, in its latest survey of regional business conditions, said the all-important Christmas sales season was disappointing, forcing many retailers to engage in heavy discounting. Weakness was also noted in manufacturing, especially autos and single-family home sales. In a more upbeat, if dated report, the Commerce Department said that the U.S. trade deficit shrank slightly in October, declining 2.5 percent to $8.04 billion, the smallest imbalance in nearly a year. The improvement was something of a statistical quirk, reflecting seasonal adjustments made to the trade flows. The deficits with America's major trading partners, including Japan, Western Europe, Canada and Mexico, all posted in- creases. Fed policy-makers, who cut a key interest rate by a quarter- point at their last meeting on Dec. 19, must sort through the shutdown-delayed reports to determine whether further credit easing will be needed. Many economists are forecasting the Fed will cut rates again when they meet Jan. 30-31 in view of the growing signs of econom'ic weakness and the continued absence of inflationary pressures. Lawrence Chimerine, chief economist at the Economic Strategy Institute in Washington, said he believed the central bank would ease because of the growing economic weakness. "Whether we are going into a recession or not is debatable, but the one thing that is clear is there isn't a lot of strength in the economy right now," he said. "The Fed is already six months behind the curve in lowering rates." U.S. trade in goods and services The month-by-month changes in the government's new trade report, which includes trade in services as well as trade in goods. The following listing shows the overall deficit, the deficit in goods and the surplus In services. Inbllllons: O N 1994 J FM-AM.J J AS 0 1995 Source: U.S. Dept. of Commerce AP NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Nam ACMSc ADT AMR AT&T AVX Cp n AbtLab AMD AetnLI Ahmans AlrTouch Albnyln Albertsn Alcan AlcoSt 1 AllgPow AIIWrld2 Aldslgnl Allstate Alltel Alumax Alcoa s Alza Amavft Amaxu AmHss AmWest ABrand AEIPw AmExp AHome AmlntG s Amercrd Amerllch Amoco AMPs Amphnl Amre Analog s Anheus AnnTayl ApplMg ArchDan ArmWI ArowE AtlRich AutoDt s AutoZone Aviall Avnet BBNCp BakrHu BallyEnt BaltGE BancOne Banclec BkBost BankNV BankAm BkrsLH BankTr Bard BarnNbl BarrickG BatlMI Baxter BearSt BellAtl BellSo s BenelCp BerkHa BestBuy BethStl Bevrly BlackD BIK2001 BlkTT BICkHR Boeing BoiseC BostSc Bowatr Brlnker BrMySq BritPt BrwnFB BrwnFr BurlNSF BrIRsc CIGNA CMS Eng CSXs CUC Int s CWMMt Cabletrn Cadence s CallGoll s CmpRg CampSp CdnNRy pp CdnPc g CapCitles CapOne Caremk CarnvCp CaseCp Caterp CenSoWsl Chmpln Chase Chase wl Chevron Chryslr CINergy CircCty Circus Citicorp ' CitzUI pi CocaCI Colemn ColgPal ColHCA CompUSA ChileTel Compaq CmpAsc s Cmptvsn ConAgr ConrPr Conrail Conseco Dh. 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AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE •< ^vjjjjffp VOLUME HIGH: 5,097.97 NYSE 4 P.M. REVISED VOLUME LOW: 5,052.09 NYSE AFTER-HOURS VOLUME Stock data by TheAssodated Press NYSE CONSOLIDATED VOLUME TOTAL CONSOLIDATED ISSUES TRADED Call COMMUNITY line IRRI IPfl HIRH(in 1N PBirjs STOCKQUOTE/CategoryQOOO , SSUES UNCHAN QED FINANCIALS / Category 7500 1 0 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS • ; 606.38 , ~ —2.06 707.01 —3.41 '.325.29 —0.54 998.30 +2.43 •533.21 4-1.30 458,726,960 , 673,040 545,727,590' 3,117 1,230 1,117 770 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER Name Volume Last Chg. Name Volume Last Chg. Name WalMart 165424 20% -2'A ViacB 22823 39 -1 Vt Intel s Telel X115234 43% + % Orgngns 15436 18 —3% SunMics MicmTs . 10024832%—% USBIosci 9373 5 ,,-16 + 5-16 Cisco Compaq 66053 44 —2% EchoBay 7859 11% + Vt Mlcroiort Citicorp 59592 69%+1'A TopSrce 5614 5%—% BayNtwks Motorola 58928 49'A +% TWAn 5295 10 +11-16 DellCpts IBM 4821, 87% + % RoyalOg 515845-16 + 1-16 ApldMats Texlnsts 44244 45% +1'A EmerR 5,52 2% + % Intel wls HewlPk s 42624 76% —2% SPDR 40766021-32—3-16 .Oracles LSI Logs 40625 24%— 1 'A Nabors 351210%—% Ascends 1.361, ,2864 36%—, ,4 3206 ,6% —Vt ConEd 2.041, 3430 33% — 'A GTE ,.88,817243 46 — % Kroger 14 ,781 35% —'A 1.4810 8974 43% + Vt CtlAirB 20 2400 40'A + Vt Gabelll 1.00e 2253 9% -L-L- .60f,,x,,452 47'A +% Coreln .2411 74 12Vi — Vt Gap .4820 2924 44 —2 LCI Intl s 2248 22 + 'A 1.841026296 60Vi— 1 Vi CoreStF 1.64(12 4074 37% — % GnData 2741 11%—% LSI Log s 1540625 24V4— 1Vi .609 9767 21 Vi +% Cornlngln .72 3216 29%—% GenOyn 1.516x10418 59'/4 —'A LaldlwB .1619 2377 9% 4.037 4169 65% +% CntwCrd .32,3 6793 2,% + ,'/4 GenElec 1.8412227166 71% + 'A LearSeat 17 2796 27% — % .6424 7183 31% + 1 'A CoxCm 4998 20% +% Genlnst 17 5643 21% + 'A LehmBr .20,3 6374 22% +% 28 2461 24% + Vt CvmCork 31 2393 41V4— '/• GnMill ,.88b22 2920 55% + Vt Liberte 7632 3% + 1Vi .123610482 28% + Vi CumEng 1.006 2497 35%—% GnMotr 1.20710944 48% —'A LlllyEli s 1.371310743 5,%— 'A .05 6343 ,0 t% CypSems 1225792 ,,%— 'A GM E .5228 5206 52% +% Limltd .401419931 15% —'A 1.1318 4489 41 'A — % -D-D- GPU 1.8813 2949 33% —'A LockhM n 1.40 2411 78 — Vi .60b 9 6906 ,9% +% DSTSysn 3637 28Vi +% GenIRe 1.96,6 25,9,53% + ,% Loews s .508 25,4 78% +% 2.8,7 5942 70'A —'A DTE 2.06,2 3392 35% + Vt GaGull .24e 6 2773 29'A— , V. LILCo ,.786 2325 16% —'A 1.442015154 43%— 1% Darden n .08 3588 11% —'A GaPac 2.006 8209 67% —'A Loral s .3224261,6 43% +% 1.8815 3075 47 +% DaytHd 1.7615 5212 70Vi— 2% Gillette s .6030 8310 53'A — % LaLand 24 2413 42'A — % 54121031,00 + 300 DWDsc .64,0 7270 48%+2'A Glamls .06 2927 7% + 'A Lowes .2020 505, 29'A — % ,0 6328 ,2% —'A Deere s .80,3,2564 34'A +% GlaxoWel ,.,9e2, ,0646 27'A — % Lubrizol .9611 4160 28% + Vi 11 3901 13% —'A DellaAIr .2013 4416 70% + 1 GlenFed 13 2890 17% -M-M- 16 4314 11% —Vt Deluxe 1.4817 2249 27% + Vt GlobM 29 9759 7% .MBNA .8418 7029 37'A+2% .4018 2915 32% —Vt Destec 12 31,8 12'/4 — % Goodyear 1.011 3405 43% — % MEMC n 7145 27 —'A .45 3766 7% DlalCp .642018710 32% + ,% Grace ,50m 21 4005 55'A —Vt MGF .49 264469-16 + 1-16 .58m 2579 6% —'A DiaShm .5615 2653 26'A + 'A GtWFn .9215 2470 25 — % MIN .52 5552 6% + 'A 1.283112419 33%—% Digital 3419792 59% 1 1 GreenTR s .2515 5976 24% +% MGIC .1617 2424 57% + 2% 1.03611515 76% +% Dlllird .1212 3176 28 —1 GTelevsa ,07e 4959 25 — % Manpwl .1411717640 24 — Vi .607 3154 33% — Vi DlmeBcp ,0 2455 11% GTribasa 5304 8% —'A Mattel .2424 7208 30% +% 38 2387 42% —Vt Dliney .3623131,3 59'A — Vi Guidant .03 3327 4, 'A —'A MayDS ,.,41416802 43'A +% .609 5970 34% DollarGn .201713944 ,9% —'A -H-H- Maybel 3232 4060 39'A ,5 6088 13% Donlley .7218 5580 34%—% HGI Rlty 2.02a 16 3505 23 McDnlds .272426182 46% + 1% 3.00(21 9090 84'A — % DowCh 3.010 9740 69% — % Halbtn 1.024 2621 46'A — Vi Medtrnc s .253215952 50Vi + % 3.33e17 3769 96Vi— 1 Dressr .6821 4565 24'A — Vt Hanson 1.18e10 9178 15% —'A MellonBk 2.211 7992 49% 1.041,7 5068 37% +% DuPont 2.0813,0790 70% +% HarleyD .20,9 2247 27% + 'A Merck 1.362533320 65'A +% .6815 9062 29% —Vt DutPUIII .72 3297 9'A + 'A Harman .2012 2476 33'A +% MercFn s .2418 5839 11 'A — % 1.214 3106 75 'A —'A DukeP 2.0415 3,52 48 + 'A HIIMgt s 32 7645 29% + Vt MerrLyn 1.04,2,8275 54% + ,% .55 2295 37 + Vi DunBrd 2.64 ,7 8023 64% + 'A HltRet ,.401 ,4 2359 16'/4 + 'A v|MeryGo 3124 9-32—1-32 •C-C-- -E-E- Hllhsrcs 43 94,3 32% + '/i MexFd .03e 2681 14'A —'A 3.049 3559, , 4% +2% EMC ,2,9356 ,7 +% Hllhsth s 3511533 32'A + Vi MicrnT s .207,00248 32'A — % .96,4 3245 30% +% EastChm 1.6810 2545 64% — % HeclaM 2665 8'A + % MinTch .1020 4219 34'A— 2'A 1.0417 2618 44 — 'A EKodak 1.62613611 69'A — Vi Hellig .2814 2657 15% —'A MMM 188192272, 63%— 3Vi 42 6790 34Vi + ,% Edward! .64(9 1923 23% +% Heinz s 1.0620 3211 33% —'A Mlrflsrt 24 2408 38% + 1% 1.32114 2362 16 + 'A Elan 27 3138 53% — % HeleneC .3249 4134 40% +6% Mobil 3.721 6686109% —'A 24 9470 69'A + 1% EmnEI 1.9619 4325 78%—% HewlPk s .801742624 76%— 2% Monsan 2.76,9 302, ,,9% + 2'A 35 8222 34% + 'A EmpDIit 1.2814 1771 ,8'A HmeDep .202822994 4, 'A— 2% MS Asia ,07e ,1166 14'A — Vi .2016 6255 2,'A + 1 Emplca ,10e 3409 12'A Hmstke .2064 9234 17% + Vt MorgSt 1.40(10 2606 85'A + 1% 5249 1% Enron .85(18 5939 36 — % Honywel 1.04118 3736 46% + 'A Morgan 3.24(12 7594 79'A + 1% 1.38(20 2437 59'A — % EnrnOG .1224 5704 23 HK Tel ,82e ,9 3029 18% — % Mortonlnt .52117 2735 34'A — % 2314 16 —Vt Ensrch .20,6 2375 ,5% +% HrzHIt 16 3019 25% +% Motorola .401758928 49'A +% .481 4587 18'A + 'A Entergy . 1.81512663 30 + Vt HostMS n 2922 6% + 'A MuslcLd 2312922 2% —'A .2026 2916123%—% Equilax s .3321 2409 19'A + 'A Houshlnl 1.3613 4440 55 +2'A Mylan s 1619 6374 20 + 'A .3214 7630 23% + 1% ExideCp .08 1,9 49% Houlnd s ,.5,4 2498 25% -N-N- .04,8 2992 ,9% +% Exxon 3.0,512625 80'A +% Humana 23 3200 27'A —'A NablsH 55 5389 32 +1'A .361,5 3085 24'A —'A - F - F • . I . I . NallCity 1.44(10 2295 31% .209 6557 42% +% FPL Gp 1.7615 4410 46% + Vt IMC Glo s .3215 6030 3B'A— 1'A NtSemi 826063 16% +% 1.41015286 54%— 1% FdHmLn 1.214 4430.81 +2'A ITT Cp n 14076 51V4+2 NISvIn 1,61,7 2665 34%—% 1.7213 4875 27'A —'A FedMog .4816 813 19% —'A ITT Hrt n 5524 50'A — % NatnsBk 2.321914256 66% +% .205 5420 40'A + 'A FedNM .681630422 30'A + V. 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Telel 1.728 xt 15234 43% +% TelMex .87e 27760 3,% — Vi TmpDrgn .53e 4408 ',4'A —'A TmpGIb .60 33,5 7% + ,-,6 TenetHIt ,1 ,7156 20% — Vi Tnnnrn 1 ROf 11 *t?Cfi A771 IA IBnnCD I.OUI 11 9(9D **/ n •— fl Terdyns ,2,6304 2,% + % Terra .,2 6 3036 ,2 — , Texaco 3.220 8430 77 'A +% Texlnsts .68 944244 45% + t'A TexUtil 2.00m 5303 41 Textron 1.5614 3669 76% — % Thorlnd .1213 69 18% — % Tldwtr .5031 5539 31% +% TimeWa .36 7311 38% — % ToyRU 1317457 22% — % TrMMex ,0 3062 9 — % Travelrs .80b,, ,2942 62 'A +2 'A TrlarcA 525 ,2 —'A Tribune ,.,2,6 4977 61 %+1'A TucsEP 14 2498 3'A Tycolnts .2023 3932 35 'A + 1% TycoToy 846 4% ii M - u - u - UNCInc 5855 6% + % UNUM 1.0615 2999 57 'A + 'A USWests 2.14,4,2978 35'A USWMn 52,1978 ,9% +% PECO ,.741,2 6824 3, + % USFQ - 2 ° 9 "° 51 15% + '<* PMIGpn .20 2453 44% + % UST 1.48(16 2855 32% — % PNC 1.416 9,96 30 +% USXMar .68,6 3499 ,9% PPG ,.2,3 3787 45'A + 'A USXUSS 1.007 4695 30%— 1 PacGE 1.9610 7979 27'A —'A Unicom 1.811 4262 33% — % PacTel 2.1813 6536 33% — % UnlNV 4 OOe 16 3038141% — % PacllCp 1.0813 3084 21% + Vi UnCmp ,.30,8 4520 46a _, A PalnWeb .48 3397 19'A +% Mf-. rh 7 c 7 0,04 ,au, u/ PallCp .4222 3057 23% ,,* ',' *", 1°,, '* PanEC .9015 2548 27% + 'A "" Pa = 1J215 3492 67A ~ % ParkHns .721014318 33 -,% upacRsn - 20 330424%-1 Penney 1.92 1210430 45'A -% Unisys 5299 6%-% PepsIC .802413660 57% UHlthCr .0329 6665 59% +% PerkEI .6824 3659 39% + 1 UsairG 31414 ,4'A + ,% Pfizer s 1.042614353 63 —'A US Surg .0826 3818 20% + Vt PharUpJn .27p 33589 38% + Vt UnTech 2.20117 3147 91% Phnur 4'n°iJ 1771B Qi % ~J « Unocal .8026 6593 29Vi — 'A PhlllDlEI .Mi 8 4803 38'A -% UtlMC ° L«14 2125 28'A +'A PhllPet 1.2216 6571 32'A —'A • v • v • PllgPrm .86 4605 9% ' VF C P 1.44(12 1333 48%— 1% PlnWst- 1.00(12 2489 29% + % Varc ° 19 9915 9vi PltnyBw 1.212 3,37 45% — Vi Varian .2811 2638 44 PlttBrkwl 3614 21 Vi +% Varity ,, 5596 33V. 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BONDS - 6.01 6.05 7.77 TELEPHONE BONOS 7.17 7.22 8.65 MUNICIPAL BONDS(XX) • 5.58 5.62 6.75 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerate (xx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate for Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS 60 65-60 70; large 2 thin 703 Ib Holsteln 35.10. medium and large 1 459-490 Ib 50.25-54.50; few 500600 Ib 51.10-53.25; package 521 Ib blacks 60.25; 600700 Ib 54.00-56.00; tew 725-750 Ib 53.00-56.60. ,„ Hogs: estimated hog receipts: 1,400. Compared to K ,, ; Tuesday barrows and gills 1.00 higher; 1-3 230-270 Ib* 41.50-42.00; 2-3 20 Ib 40.00-41.00; 2-4 290-310 Ib 39.00-40.00. Sows steady to 1.00 lower; 1-2 300-500 Ib 30.00-30.50; 1-3 500-550 Ib 31.00; 550-700 Ib 32.00-,. 33.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Trade quiet. No sales slaughter steers or heifers con- fl firmed. Inquiry moderate, demand light. For the week to v date 64,600 head confirmed Including 14,900 head or about 23 percent of previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlol net weights after 4 percent shrink. M Wednesday, January 17,1996 Wheel Corn Secular, Sallna $4.98 — Carglll, Sallna $5.04 — Farmway, Belolt $4.79 $3.28 DoBruce, Clay Ctr. $4.77 $3.29 Cooper, Colby $4.73 $3.41 Decatur, Oberlln $4.62 $3.34 Agco, Russell $4.80 — Farmers, Stockton $4.76 $3.36 Mllo $6.07 $6.09 $5.60 $5.73 $5.55 $5.50 $5.70 $5.53 Beans $7.23 $6.94 $7.01 $6.63 $6.49 $6.93 OMAHA LIVESTOCK CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel WHEAT Mar May Jul Sep Dec .Jul 4.81 'A 4.54% 4.18 4.1714 4.26 3.75 4.82V4 4 4 4 4 3 57 fe 20 2114 30 77 4 4 4 4 4 3 73 49 11VS 13 2214 75 4 4 4 4 4 3 79 54 Vi 18 18% 28% 75 — .01 + .00% + .02 'A + .03 + .02 — .01 % CORN Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar Jul Dec 3.55 3.59 3.54 3.0414 2.87 2.92% 2.9414 2.71 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 56'/< 60 V, S6'/< 06% 89'/4 94% 97% 72 Vi 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 47 Vi 52 Vi 4914 00 Vt 65 90 94 71 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 51% 56% 53 01 'A 85 'A 91 94 72% — .02« — .02 — .OOV4 —.02% — .00% — .01 % — .00% + .01 % OATS Mar May Jul Sep Dec 2.19V4 2. 22 'A 2.19 1.80% 1.84 2 2 2 1 1 22 23 'A 21 82 84 2 2 2 1 1 13 15 12% 76 Vi 80 2 2 2 1 1 16V. 18 'A 15% 78 80% — .04% — .04% — .03% — .02% — .02% SOYBEANS Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar Jul Nov 7.26VS 7.35 7.3914 7. 40 'A 7.37 7.13 6.96 7.02 7.65 VI 7.10 6.40' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 30 39 43 ¥4 44 V« 39 16 01 Vi 05 10 15Vi 40 7 19% 7.28 7.33 7 7 34 30 7. 09 'A 6.93 6 7 7 6 99% 03 09 36 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 28% 36% 41 14 42% 37 15% 01 % 05 10 15% 37 + .OOV< .01 .00« .00% — .00 'A .03 .04% .04% .05 .03% — .01 Market quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 1,300. Storm market, barrows and gilts LSD**.-, higher. U.S. 1-3 230-260 Ibs 43.00-43.50. U.S. 2-3 260-?:; 280 Ibs 42.00-43.00, 280-300 Ibs 40.00-41.00. Sows:. m ;;; 25 percent. 0.50-1.00 higher. U.S. 1-3 350-500 Ibsiw 30.50. U.S. 2-3 500-700 Ibs 32.00-34.00. Boars: Not«'i established. . ', Cattle and Calves: 300. No sales on steers and,; !' heifers. . •• Sheep: None. ' CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Mercan^- tlle Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. . Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE '•'• 40,000 Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb 65 66 62 61 62 62 62 95 05 20 35 45 60 77 Ibi 66. 66. 62. 61. 62. 62. 62. j to 15 20 35 50 62 77 cento 65. 65. 61. 61. 62. 62. 62. per Ib. 67 62 85 05 25 42 52 65 85 61 61 62 62 62 80 85 87 07 27 42 52 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 Jan Mar Apr May Aug Sep Oct Nov 60 58 58 58 60 60 60 61 20 70 77 85 30 20 25 40 Iba 60 59 59 59. 60 60 60 61 ; 27 00 07 05 40 25 30 40 cento 59 58 58 58 59 59 60 61 1 + .13 —.09" -.18 — .13 — .18 — .,8 — .30 •j ,i per Ib. .. 92 42 60 70 92 95 00 00 60 58 59 58 60 60 60 6, 25 97 00 67 27 20 20 22 .15 .30 .33 .12 .07 .05 .10 .07 "• r) HOQS 40,000 Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul 46 45 51 51 50 46 47 65 63 69 68 15 70 77 32 50 67 50 40 90 30 35 Ibs ; cents per Ib. 46.22 45 51 51 50 46 47 70 85 45 50 75 55 65.50 64.10 69.45 68.85 45 44 50 50 49 46 45 60 70 12 50 15 47.10 65 25 63.80 69.20 68.35 45 44 50 50 49 46 47 65 63 69 68 62 82 77 ,7 60 35 ,0 25 80 40 .65 — .38 — .70 — .95 — 1.15 -.90 — .30 — .50 — .22 — .25 — .07 r 1 •\- 1 n + .10-,, KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Wednesday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel Mar May GOLD Jul Sep Dec 4.84% 4.58% 4.34 4.32% 4.37% 86% 4.61 Vi 4.37 4.35 4.41 'A 4.77% 4.54 4.29% 4.27% 4.34% 63 59 35'A 33 41 — .0, + .0, + .01V4 + .0, + .0, Wheat 109,743 bushels: 61/2 cents lower to 11/4 cents higher; No. 2 hard 5.061/2-5.203/4n; No. 3 4.951/2-5.193/4n; No. 2 red wheat 4.961/2-5.353/4(1; No. 3 4.851/2-5.343/4n. Corn 66,846 bushels: unch to 121/4 cents lower; No. 2 white 4.20-4.30n; No. 2 yellow 3.493/4-3.641/4n; No. 3 3.293/4-3.631/4n. No. 2 mllo 6.03-6.28n. No. 1 soybeans 7.15-7.32n. Hoppers 118.00-120.00. ST. JOSEPH UVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Estimated leader cattle: 4,000. Early sales feeder steers and heifers weak to 1.00 lower, however not enough calves sold early. Steers: medium and large 1 few 500-600 Ib 58.75-60.50; several black-black white• (ace or exotic cross or thin 60.25-63.35; 600-700 Ib 53.50-60.25; package 694 Ib blacks 61.75; 700-800 Ib 58.25-59.85; exotic cross or black-black whltelace Foreign - Hong Kong late: $399.15, up $1.30; London morning fixing: $398.90 up $1.30; London after" 7 ' noon fixing: $397.70 up $0.10; London late: $397.75.. up $0.65; Parts afternoon fixing: $398.75, up $1.49; , Frankfurt fixing: $398.01, up $1.77; Zurich late after-" noon: $397.50 up $0.50. > Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $397.70 up $0.1 Q- NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $417.59 up $0.11; NY ' Engelhard: $399.03 up $0.10; NY Engelhard fabricate ed: $418.98 up $0.10; NY More, gold spot month close- Wed. $399.70 up $1.20; NY Republic National Bank'4 p.m. Wed. $399.30, up $1.10. SIU/ER Handy & Harman silver Wednesday $5.440, up $0.0,0; Fabricated $5.984, up $0.011; The bullion price for silver earlier In London $5.4925, up $0.035; Engel-'hard $5.465, up $0.030; Fabricated $6.012, up $0.033;. NY Merc silver spot month Wednesday $5.475, up $0.029. 11 OIL Petroleum cash prices Wednesday as compared with Tuesday prices: "' Wed. Tues. 0 West Texas Inlermed $ per bbl fob ,8.53 ,8.88,. From Staff and Wire Reports' Head And Shoulders Above The Rest X Fast. Strong. Durable. Like an Olympic athlete, the new Xerox 5614 Convenience Copier takes performance seriously. It gives you powerful features in a small package... all/or just $99 a month. Plus, the 5614 is covered by a full three-year warranty and the Xerox Total Satisfaction Guarantee. See your Authorized Xerox Sales Agent for'details. Call DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS Today! 120 East Iron Salina, KS 67401 Phone: 913-825-6423 THE DOCUMENT COMPANY XEROX Tut; UQCHJMKM COMPANY XEROX [XEROX! 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