Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 47
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DO\7-JONES AVI- HACKS r.a Industrials 1!0 Rails 15 Utilities (B Stocks irvrt.u»4 tl E. F. HvfM 4 Cl I THURSDAY Close Change 'GI-'G2 High 'G|.'C2 Lou ' NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE TRANSACTIONS Thursday's Closing Prices i . 711.28 144.% 130 01. 242.70 -- .'J7 ' -- ,:;s --.31 --.45 · f Auxo'M m DJ 734.91 152.1)2 135.90 251.43 (iio.25 131 .00 99.75 204.71 STANDARD POOK INDEX NUW YORK /?-- Standard Poor's 500-stock index: High .I23 Industrials 71.43 25 Railroads 33.40 50 Utilities 01.82 500 Stocks 70.50 i^»* 73.71 :n.M GUG 09.81 Cissc 7.1.91 :u.;o fit.37 70.01 Chan w ?j + ii!?Mi~4ji»f .1 H..--i- Cw» tl »' !' !*''Tt4 con fofli --.03 American Stock Exchange o Thursday's Closing 1'rices . _ W .10 At.«n tind 7 ·- · cr... 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C« 44 5J'«--I tt Ck OVER TIIK COUiNTKR INSURANCE STOCKS · ·« Atk»d Market Rally Short Lived By i:i) IMOKSi: AP Puslncii News \Vrllrr MAV YORK 01T--The stock market continued Its cclcbratio'i cif a jm'sn-cli\» steel labor agreement only briefly Thursday and then slipped into its recent habit D( dull irregularity. In fact, tho list xvaj a bit lower, statistically, by th» time the final bell was sounded. A spurt nf activity and renewed gains featured early de.ilings r.s thp public responded to reports of the steel agreement and of Wednesday's market rally, the first in eight sessions. Hut traders soon began taking profits and tho gains were clipped in the afternoon, in a number of cases giving way tii minus signs. Analysts saw a couple of reasons for the relapse into caution, l u s t , many investors were adopting a wait-and- see attitude, refusing to commit themselves until the union and the steel industry liad actually signed agreements. Second, some took the position th.it the non- i n f l a t i o n a r y n.ituic of the reported agreement was rnt |uiticul,irly bullish lor the Mml; m a r k e t in general. ALTHOUGH SirLL lemained in the forefront of trading--U. S. Steel was the \olume leader for the second straight day--early optimism gave way to hesitancy. Lit; steel b.id an early gain of I 1 , but closed unchanged. Adv.im.es of mm? o t h e r m a j o r steelmakers melted quickly. Jones Laughlin and Youngstuwn Sheet each lost I ' l . Tobaccos continued t h n r rebound fiom recent lie}'!! clincs on anticigarette statements. American Tobacco. Liggett Myers and Lonllard rose 1 a point each while Reynolds advanced 1'',. Airlines were mostly higher. Most other groups were mixed or .1 bit lower. The Unw Jones industrial .ivcr.igo t i M i k a moderate loss of .97 at 711.2S. The Associated Press average of I'll stocks dipped .-" to 259.30 with industrials off .10, rails unchanged ar.d utilities off .20. Of I.2(j:i issues ti.ulul. gains totaled -1ST and losses New highs lor the year totaled M ar.d ii'.'W 1'iws '\~. VOl.L'.Mi: Sl.ll'l'r.l) In 2.S7 m i l l i o n shares Irom 2 ! l t million Wednesday and w.is the lines! since Match ( when about the same t o t a l was traded. Six of the l.'i must a i t i v e stocks fell. l i \ e rose ar.d four w e r e unchanged. As tl'- volume lender. l ; . S. Slrrl trailed on -42.400 shares, unchanged at 72. Second most active was El Paso Natural Gas, off '/» at 2-1 on -10,-iOO shares. Third wai licthlchcm, up \\ at -n?i on 34.000 shares. Carter Products rebounded -4',., as investors discounted the prospects of its being delisted from the big ! board because of its new issue of non-voting stock. ! I/ 1 . .S. Gypsum Io.st 2\. Pittsburgh i. West Virginia ' Railway I 1 ,. Amerada 2 3 ',, C l n y s l i r , I'nion Carbide and 1 Lastm.m Kod.ik a [mint i-aili. Prices w e r e mixed on tin 1 A m e r i c a n Stml: Lxrh.ingr. 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TO BELMOUT SHORE The Jade Oil Co. 2009 EAST 7th STREET Phone 438-7913 or 438-0471 To Sign Oil and Gas Lease If Our Field Representative Has Not Already Contacted You ):T F.n cl V,(lt 14 S j r f / Co 31 LOCUST HEmlock 34 n J 4 I 7 343IBfl 41 J444 34 «»-- D**m»rk (li-C'-»l 14 il. t A T I M A M F » ' C A - Citrus 31arkrt C c c » re'* (S« f M N'T* 14 Cf 9 P 4 0 44 » ef . C C ' I L A l t ;i to.l rt R»1 I Vrklit Grower* l-c. rroof'tJ . H.19 J77j 111% J17j 14)1 3 SJ.

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