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A4 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1997 Money THE SALINA JOURNAL T ECONOMY Greenspan: Stock gains 'unrealistic' Stock prices fall in 'response to testimony by Fed chairman By DAVE SKIDMORE Wie Associated Press WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan 'said Wednesday the economy has 'been on an "unsustainable track," sending shivers through Wall -Street. Stock prices slumped after his comments, though they regained some ground later. " In closely watched testimony before Congress, Greenspan said it would be "unrealistic" to expect stock market gains anywhere 'near those of the past two years. And hinting of possibly higher "interest rates, Greenspan said •growing demand for scarce labor •could drive up wages, and eventually consumer prices, and that The Associated Press Alan Greenspan warned Wednesday that inflation is still a threat to sustaining a balanced economic expansion. risks short-circuiting the economy's 6 !/2-year-old expansion. "A re-emergence of inflation is, without question, the greatest threat to sustaining what has been a balanced economic expansion virtually without parallel in recent decades," he told the House Budget Committee. The stock market's most- watched barometer slumped in response, even though, as usual, the central bank chairman left vague the timing of any interest-rate increase aimed at cooling speculation on Wall Street and inflation pressures on Main Street. The Dow Jones average shed 115 points immediately after Greenspan spoke. It closed down 83.25 points at 8,095.06. Bond prices plunged, too. The yield on the 30- year Treasury bond, considered a benchmark for mortgage rates, jumped from a 20-month low of 6.23 percent on Tuesday to 6.37 percent Wednesday. Though delivered in plainer language, Greenspan's latest warning provoked a somewhat milder response than his now-famous musing in December over "irrational exuberance" in the markets. His latest comment raises the specter of significantly smaller increases rather than a steep plunge in prices. In his remarks, Greenspan analyzed what he sees as the most likely source of inflationary pressures: the labor market. "To be sure, job growth slowed significantly in August and September, but it did not slow enough," he said. "The performance of labor markets this year suggests the economy has been on an unsustainable track." The unemployment rate, at 4.9 percent in September, is near a 24- year low. And, though some early retirees, homemakers and students presumably could be lured into the labor market, that might require pay increases, he said. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Nime AESCps AGCO "AK Steel AMR AT»T Aamoss AMLab AMD Advocat Aetna Inc TVimans Alrfrt Alrgas AirTouch lAlbertin .Alcan 'Alcatel AkJSgnls Allstate Alcoa Alza AmaxG ; AmOnline AEP AmExp •AGenCp . 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SBCCom 1.7932x9457 63%— t • Footnotes; l - also extra or extras. 1) - annual SCISyss 2812844511-16 + 111-16 n* Pk» stock dividend, c - liquidalira dividend. «_ SaftKI 362230072215*16—7*16 dedaiedorpaklinllwpasllZmoni/B.I- dedaredw Safeway 24 3656 65 15*16 -% W *"' * ** "^ w -* 1 - P*i this year. ctinHo 01 RUT -MI*. 1 IB dwworw orroaed, deierted or no acton taken at last SaksHold ifl«i2!»% « **to«)m(e«ng.li-*((W(loi|»ldll*yi«.iiitt.. SaksHold 19 4512 22% — V4 cuwWive issue with dmdends in wrearin- issued Salomn .642481868261*256-13*256 wita Ihe past 12 months, r - (Wared or paid ii Ihe SFERs 18 5017 13V<—5-16 past 1 2 months plus stock dividend. |-!(*I or slock SaraLee .842615693 53'At 7-16 dividend of 25 percent or more »» Ihe past 25 weeks. SchergPIs .763223467 57% + V. 1- paid in slock in past! 2 monlhs plus stock dnidenl. Schlmb s .75 41 16790 86%-1 1*16 vl " """P*" 1 * «• -™-™l*y " receiversri(> or being Schwabs .1340 762236%— 11*16 reorganized under the bankruptcy an. or securities as* SciAtl .0627106422214 + 13-16 su ^ 1 ^' s ^ lcafn ' )a ^^ s ' w) ^ ~ * plen t " Svr ^ e ^ i *' Seagates 14 31708 36 7*16 + 1'A ^^"KiSK'S Sate Xw Swi Seagram .66367605351*16-% hundreds.:, means « anyone buying Wfex-rM* Sean .92 19 16467 54'A— 15-16 deref slock on Ihe day in question willnol receive the SvceCp .3023 5018 32% —'A most recent dMi)end.y indicates Singh share Mais SvcMer 3712 4% lor ex-dividend slock. OVER-THE-COUNTER EXCHANGE AMEX Him Actel AdHlthC AdvTiss Agournt Altera AmlnlPI V-jngen Anton Applebee ApWMal Ascend Atroel BtoPIwi Kogeng Borlnd CeMars jCenlocor ClwaCpn Onus Cisco Come sp Cc-mpwrs ConjEco Cttlco CtrySlr Cyiwri Dlv. 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But U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey agreed to set a hearing later to consider complaints by the United Transportation Union that the company has harassed and intimidated union officers and members, said union attorney G. Michael O'Neal in Kansas City. Laughrey agreed to consider evidence and arguments before deciding whether to issue a pre- liminary injunction against th<3'<J company. '••"•'';' The union has asked that th'e' • ' company be prohibited from M J terfering with the union's rdle"" in representing workers. Attor- , neys for both sides presentecF 1 ^ only legal arguments Wednesday in the judge's chambers, O'Neal said. ',' ^ Kansas City Southern Rail,- 11 ' way has denied the allegations.,,,, The hearing Wednesday fbi-_\, lowed a late-night intervention;.* Tuesday to stop a strike, called ^ in Shreveport, La., the Kansas " City Southern hub. Workers said they were protesting al--. leged harassment and intimida-.,' tion of union officers and bers. The walkout lasted only a • hours. f< The railroad is a division -af*• Kansas City-based Kansas City • >,-. Southern Industries Inc. MARKETS KEYRMES Dally key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Wednesday Day Ago PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR, TREAS. INF(xx) 10-YR TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) 8.50 5.00 5.56 4.95 5.03 3.61 6.08 6.26 7.45 5.45 8.50 5.00 5.42 4.91 4.98 3.57 5.92 6.23 7.35 5.38 8.25 5.00 5.43 4.97 5.08 N.A. 6.54 6.83 7.86 5.84 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerale (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerale for Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS Wednesday, October 8 Wheat ADM, Sallna $3.56 Scoular, Sallna $3.56 Carglll, Sallna $3.56 Continental, Sallna $3.56 Farmway, Belolt $3.29 DeBruce, Clay Ctr. $3.36 Cooper, Colby $3.32 Midland, Hays $3.30 Decatur, Oberlln $3.27 Agco, Russell $3.29 Farmers, Stockton $3.24 Corn Mllo Beans — $4.33 — — $4.33 $6.47 — $4.30 — $2.41 $3.88 $6.09 $2.43 $3.96 — $2.57 $3.82 $5.97 — $3.96 — $2.52 $3.73 — — $3.85 — $2.43 $3.90 — DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK •";.' Market quotations Wednesday: , •» Trade very slow. Hardly enough slaughter steer 9r slaughter heller sales conllrmed lor a market tasl.'lew sales steady to firm. Inquiry and demand mqd*ra[e. Sales confirmed on 300 slaughter steers and 100 slaughter heifers Wednesday. For the week t<3'Hafti 73,000 head confirmed Including 13,200 head or.etfnit 16 percent previously contracted or formulated.cattle.^ Slaughter steers: couple pens select and choice 2-3 1150-1200 Ib including lew Hholsleins and cuttlhg'tMls 65.00. Dressed basis: pen select with end choice 2X9 1175 Ib 100.00. v ' Slaughter heifers: few select and choice 65.00. OMAHA LIVESTOCK • •: Market quotations Wednesday: Ll- . Hogs: 500; barrows and gilts slow, .75 lower; U.Sil- 3s 230-260 Ibs. 48.50; sows .50-1.00 lower; 35Q-650 Ibs. 39.50-44.00. ' ^ Cattle and Calves: 100; not enough steers or'Helfers on offer to establish a market. ..." H Sheep: None. , A v CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel WHEAT Dec 36314 368 36114 362% -3 Mar 376 380 37414 375'A —314 May 384 388 382 383'A —2% Jul 386'A 390 384% 386 Vi —2% Sep 389 390 369 389 —2 Dec 400 403 397 400 —2 Jul 377 377 377 377 +2 CORN Dec 283% 285 277 V. 282% +3 Mar 291% 293V. 285'A 29114 +3 May 297V4 299 291'A 297% +3 Jul 300% 302 295 300% +214 Sep 291V. 292 286% 291 +1% Dec 289 290 284 288'A +114 Jul 300 300 295 300 +2% Dec 28914 286'A 26214 28514 + 1 % OATS Dec 162'A 163 160% 162% + 1'A Mar 167% 168'A 166 167% + 2 V. May 168 168 '-4 167 168 +114 Jul 169 'A 169'A 168 169'A +214 Sep 16114 16114 160 161'A t 'A . SOYBEANS Nov 668 670 657% 667'A +3% Jan 671V4 672 Vi 660 V4 670% +4% Mar 67714 680 667% 677 + 3'A May 683'A 685 675 683% +3% Jul 687'A 690'A 680'A 687 V4 +1% Aug 684 687 678 684 +2 Sep 669 + 3 Nov 664 664 658 66314 +3 Jul 680 Nov 645 KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Wednesday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Wheat 326,877 bushels: 41/4 cents lower to 33/4 cents higher; No. 2 hard 3.52-3.70!/2n; No. 3 3.41- 3.691/2n; No. 2 red wheat 3.35-3.781/2n; No. 3 3.23- 3.771/2n. Com 3,696 bushels: unch to 10 cents higher; No. 2 white 2.90- 3.00n; No. 2 yellow 2.673/4*2.70n; No. 3 2.373/4*2.69n. No.2milo4.20-4.46n. No. 1 soybeans 6 39-6 55n. Hoppers 80.00*84.00. ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Wednesday: Estimated feeder cattle receipts: 1,200. Compared to last Wednesday, feeder steers and heifers steady to 1.00 higher. Slaughter cattle prices under pressure and big feedlots 65.00 this week. Futures been working lower and corn prices Jumped .15 going Into peak harvest season. Feeders were already complaining about yearling costs and returns from finished products. No place on board to hedge eighty dollar eight weight steers with current cost of weight gains and with feedstuff prices working higher. However, big feedlols have enormous pits filled with high-moisture corn. Steers: medium and large 1, 591 Ib 85.00; 600-700 Ib 81.25-67.00; 700*800 Ib 81.26-83.85; 852*866 Ib 75.35*78.50; large 2 Hoi* steins 848-1054 Ib 53.00-55.00; 495-641 Ib 61 6062.10. Hellers: medium and large 1, 461 Ib 80.500; 500-575 Ib 73.75*79.00, black-black whiteface 571 Ib 81.10; 615-668 Ib 74.25-78.50, black-black whiteface 666 Ib 79.85; 754 Ib 76.60; 851-866 Ib 65.25*69.10. Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 700. Compared to Tuesday, barrows and gilts .50 lower; 1 -3 230-270 Ib (46-50 percent lean estimated) 47.50-46.00; 2-3 270290 Ib 48.00-47.00; 1-2 package 227 Ib 47.50. Sows under 600 Ib steady to 1.00 higher: over 500 Ib steady; 1*2 300-450 Ib 39.00; 450-500 Ib 40.00; 1-3 500-550 Ib 42.00; 650-700 Ib 43*00-44.00. Futures trading Wednesday on the Chicago M&iMij- Ille Exchange: Open High Low Settle -Chg. CATTLE ".' , 40,000 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Aug Oct 66. 66. 69, 72. 69. 69. 71. 40 30 05 17 12 00 70 Ibs 66. 66. 69. 72. 69. 69. 71. .; 60 66 27 45 45 00 90 FEEDER 50,000 Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr May Aug Sep 76. 76, 77, 77. 78. 78, 80. 25 .50 70 .75 25 .60 00 Ibs 76. 77. 78. .; 70 12 10 77.90 78. 78. 80. 25 80 15 cents 66. 66. 68. per Ib. i.'li*,.: 27 22 92 72.10 69. 68. 71. 12 82 60 66. 66. 69. 72. 69, 68. 71. .57 ,47 .22 .30 .25 .85 55 •^ >26 + .25 ' V . 1 7 '':t'l\f ,' * t 17 '' + :f-o !>*ir2 CATTLE : „ , . t. cents 76. 76. 77. 77. 77. 78. 79. per Ib. '20 40 55 35 60 50 90 76. 76 77 77 77 78 80 79. .27 .60 .70 .52 .92 .75 .15 80 HOGS 40,000 Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct 68. 62. 62. 59, 64, 63 62 59 ,60 .65 .10 ,10 .80 .90 .75 .10 Ibs.; 68. 62. 62. 59. 65. 63. 62. 59 75 90 32 30 00 90 75 ,10 cents 68. 61. 61. 58. 64. 63. 62. 58. per Ib. 05 97 45 75 65 35 57 90 68 .15 ' -*-i*1'S *. t .. f^?? >j-<0,7 •'•-'.M --Hi^t) 't *j ') '*fc*-05C 62.05 ,,-,.7? 61 .55 58.80 64 63. .67 .40 62.57 59 .05 — fi 0 •-•A-.w •*?*• 10 ^ K - '•J-'/SZ .'ll GOLD Foreign - Hong Kong late: $330.95 off $0.60; llondon morning fixing: $331.90 off $0.05; London allernoon-tix- Ing: $332.60 up $0.65; London late: $333.85 up-.fcV.eO; Paris afternoon fixing: $332.64 up $2.84; FrankjurtJjx* Ing: $332.07 up $0.30; Zurich late afternoon: $332.9t up $1.40. '' ''•-• Domestic • NY Handy &' Harman: $332.60 up $Q-§5; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $349.23 up $0.68; NY Engelhard: $333.82 up $0.66; NY Engelhard fafarldated: $350.51 up $0.69; NY Merc, gold spot month close Wed. $332.90 up $1.90; NY Republic National £anlpl p.m. Wed. $333.00 up $1 .80. . ' bu minimum; 375% 389 392 397 402 410 379 392 396% 40014 402 412 cents 373 38814 392 395 400 410 per bushel 375% 387% 393 398 402 41 t'A — 1 'A — 2% — 1 — 1 % — 1 'A + 614 Handy & Harman sliver Wednesday $5.270,*; bp $0.085; Fabricated $5.797, up $0.093; The bullionprice for silver earlier In London $5.2505, up $0.0695; Engelhard $5.260, up $0.085; Fabricated $5.608, up $0.093; NY Merc silver spot month Wednesday $5.190,- ij> $0.028 OIL Petroleum cash prices Wednesday as compared with Tuesday prices: '£V<*ii' Wed. • fue. 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