Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 41
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$ttCf»ft Bailfl ditizett · · ·BUSINESS AND FINANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 10, !966 * PAGE 44 Latest New York Stock Prices The Daily Hike In Interest Rates Leads To Wave Of Selling NEW YORK - W - A sharp rally in file stock market was reversed in heavy selling late this afternoon on news of a raise in interest rates by major banks. The ticker tape ran 10 minutes late as gains melted and sharp losses took their places in many instances*. Selling began immediately oh news that Morgan Guaranty Trust^Gsv" announced it had raised its minimum lending rate -- the "prime rate" -- to 5y 2 per cent from 5 percent Prices near the close included: Boeing, off 3% at 146; Douglas Aircraft, off 3 at 8914; Zenith, off 5% at 136%; Eastern Air Lines, off 1 at 76; Radio Corp., off % at 51; Chrysler, off % at 53; International Telephone, up 1% at 693/4; American Telephone, up % 'at 58%;. and U.S. Steel, up % at 50. Volume for the day was estimated at 9 million shares compared with 7.98 million yesterday. Continuing a sharp rebound well into the second day, investment-grade issues rose from fractions to a point or better on a fairly broad front until the interest rate development. Some of i the high-flying issues in electronics and other "science" fields crumbled while others moved up. Utilities did better than they have, in weeks.' Aerospace issues advanced but airlines were mixed. American Motors looked like the most active stock for the third straight session as it tacked on another point. Here's how the situation stood before the new selling wave: Studebaker was up 4 after a halt in trading. Parke, Davis rose more-than 3. IBM gained 3, Goodrich nearly 2, Xerox 2. Richardson-Merrell was down 4, Collins Radio and Polaroid about 2 each. Fairchild Camera ost a fraction. GRAIN CHICAGO, March 10-W) -- Ten grain futures market ranged from firm to weak today with soybeans moving both ways on alternate flurries of buying and selling. Old crop, wheat advanced well over a cent a bushel in spots although trade was described as very light and support not: better than moderately active. Trade as described as very light and support not better than moderately active. -Corn was under fairly active hedge selling at times against a scattered speculative and commercial buying. Soybeans followed the swings In soybean oil. Prices shifted over a range of more than two cents and by early afternoon had been about a cent higher to a cent or so lower. CHICAGO~«*- · WHEAT High- Low Close 1.60% 1J9 1.60% 1J53 1.61% 1.62%-% 1.56% 1.55% 136%-% 1.58% 1.57% 1.58% "' 1.63% 1.62% 1.63% - Open Mar. 1.59% May 1.62%-% July 1.56-55% Sep 1.58%-5* Dec 1.63-62% CORN: Mar May 1.25 Julv 1.26%-% Sep 1.24 Dec 1.20 OATS Mar '..72% May .70% July .68% Sep ... Dec .70% RYE Mar 1.24% May 1.26% July 1.27%-% Sep 1.2? Dec 1.32% SOYBEANS Mar 2.81VB-V4 1.22% 1.21% 1.21% 1.25% 1.24%' 1.24%-% 1.26% 1.26 1.26%-% 1.24% 1.23% 1.23% 1.20 1.18% 1.19%-'A .72% .72% .70% .69% .68%' .67% *.70% '.70% .72% .70 .68 .63%A .70% 1.24% 1.23 : 1.23% 1.27% 1.25% 1,26% 1.28% 1.26% 1.27% 1.30 1.28% 1.29% 1.33% 1.32 1.32% ..... ,, 2.83'A 2.80% 2.82%-' May 2.84%-85A 2.86% 2.84 2.86VWI6 July 2.8646% 2.87% 2.85% 2.86%-87'A Aug 2.83% 2.84% 2.82% 2.83%-% Sep 2.73%-73 2,73% 2.72% 2.73%-% Nov 2.69 2.69% 2.68% 2.69%-% Jan 2.72'A 2.73 2.71% 2.72%-% SOYBEAN OIL Mar 11.05 11.05 10.92 May 10.90-89 10.92 10.77 July 10.83-85 10.B8 10.73 Aug 10.75 10.79 10.68 Sep 10.M 10.68 10.99 Oct 10.46 10.53 10.41 Dec 10.38 10.43 10.35 Jan 10.37 10.40 10.32 SOYBEAN MEAL . Mar 66.40-50 67.10 66.30 May 67.10-20 67.95 67.00 July 67.75-65 68.80 '67.60 Aug 67.95 69.00 67.90 SeP 66.60 67.00 66.60 Oct 65.25 65.'65 Dec 65.15 65.60 Jan B-Bid, A-Asked, N-Nominal. 11.05 10.90-91 10.86 10.76 10.67-68 10.52 10.42-40 10.39 67.00-66.9 67.90 68.75 68.90 67.00B-05 65.25 65.65B-75 65.15 65JOB-60 65.40B-60 LIVESTOCK PHOENIX--(I?) -- Confirmed sales 0 slaughter csttle still rather limited unde rather good demand; scattered sales o slaughter steers steady to strong. Fir confirmed sales of slaughter sprin lambs for late March delivery. Slaughter steers: 40 choice 1050 30.00, April delivery; 380 mixed goo and choice 950-1050 Ibs 28.25-28.50, cu rent through April delivery. All sale FOB feed lot, net weight after 5 pe cent shrink or equivalent. Slaughter spring lambs: 5,700 choic and prime averaging around 95 Ibs 28.0 for late March delivery estimated to in elude around 10 per cent choice an fancy feeders; FOB loading poin weighted after overnight stand. LOS ANELES, March 10 -- WJ -Producers stockyards Artesia, cattle 900 calves 200. Slaughter steers and heifer fairly active 50 cents to $1 higher cows active 25 to 50 cents higher. Bui moderately active fairly steady. Slaugh ler calves very active SI to J3 higher feeders under good demand ectiv mostly 50 cents higher. . . . . Slaughter classes steers and heifer mostly choice 1040 Ib steers 28.75; goo 795 Ibs 27.90, high standard to mostl low good 1000-1270 Ibs 27.10, standar 990-1405 Ibs 25.00-26.10, good 675-8X 1 heifers 25.30-25.60. Cows high utility an commercial 19.BO-2UO, other utilit 18.80-19.50, cutter 17.00-18.50, canne 15 00-17.00. Bulls and calves utility and commer cial bulls 22.10-24.60, low choice 230-35( IB calves 28.75-33.25, good 280-450 Ib 25.50-30.50. Feeder classes steers an heifers choice 300-500 Ib. steers 2700 3025: 500-875 Ibs 27.00-28.20, good 300 500 !Sj 25JO-27.25; standard 500-800 Ib 23.50-25.00, choic* 505-900 Ib. heifer 24.0S-25.30. HOBS arxl ihetp none. KANSAS CITY, March 10-W-CMtl 5,000; calves 200; terminal: slaughte «»!« too small supply for market test feeder auction; moderately active; feed en 25-M lower; choice fetder steer 27 40-J9.40; few 31.20; choice 32.50; cho ci 27 CS-28.10; choice heifers 26.50; cnoici deer c«lv« 33.35-35.80. H09» 3,600; burrows and gilts slow l.WJ.OO lower; sows moderately active 1.M50 lower; borrows and gilts 1-: 503750 Ib J3.25-24.00; 2-3 230-260 Ib 2300-50; few 2J.75; 260-280 Ib 23.25.23.00, JJft-300 Ib 2J.25-50; sows 1-3 300-600 Ib 21.0V7J.M. p IK); choice and prime spring 27.75, cholct and prime 26.50. AMERICAN STOCKS 2 P.M; New York Prices erolct Gen Veronca Mf Jan Wood II Am Eng Alrl .1*9 Cp wt meco Inc m Electron m Petrof A .P.L. Cpn rk-La Gas \samera ssd Oil G tl Research tlas Consol M. tlas Cp wt udio Dev vis Ind aid Mont aid Mont pfd anff Oil anner Ind arnes' Eng elock Inst onarua Air Lin owmar Inst raz Trac r. 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JULA T By WILLIAM A. DOYLE Q - On Feb. 7 I gave t broker an order to sell 100 shares of stock I owned, at $34 a share. I did not hear from the broker until Feb. 19, when I finally received a confirmation slip stating that the stock had been sold at $34 a share, on Feb. 7. But between Feb. 7 and Feb. 19 the market, price of the stock had risen to $38 a share. Conceivably, the broker could have sold my stock at more than $34 and pocketed the difference. He explains away the situation by saying that my account "got mixed up with another in the computing machine." Isn't there something rotten about this? A -- It's possible but most unlikely. You're suggesting that your roker used the old "bucket shop" technique. That, of course, is long outlawed. I'm not citing all brokers as examples of purity. But a brokerage, firm's books are checked y stock exchanges of which it s a member, the National Association of Securities Dealers and the ' U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Any broker caught bucketing would be in big trouble. So, you can probably accept your broker's explanation. \ In hese days of very active stock rading foul-iips are increasing. Q -- I lost some U.S. Savings Bonds. Is there some special office I write to to have them replaced? A -- Yes. It's the Bureau of Public Debt, Division of Loans Currency Branch, 536 South Clark Street, Chicago, HI. Mr. Doyle will answer only representative letters of general interest in his column. He cannot answer phone ques- ies. Copyright 1966 twAtuiucTnu~_on--Th* c«h MtJtton *f tht tTMMtry comtunMl with corrts- Mr«Nn* date * y««r tto. M*rd» 7, 19*4 March 5, INS ··INK*: its fteeal y«*r'jvly 1: * IUfM*MM.It t 73,H5,«4M73.tO VlfnOTilWCll fuCII JN(W« $ »,J1M17^J4.M f 9S,n 1,733,»74.»7 COFFEE OVER THE COUNTER NEW YORK wtrc mlxMl tr*d* «clinrt M«rch delivery notices. (X) I3».7«l,»tj*7.« t3M,MU35,559.70 GoM MMti: t 13,73J,445,17».ll t 14,I11,M6,124.17 x) Includes S2M,114,t11.41 (MX not sub- tect to statutory limit. No. 4 ·t 41.WN. Co clude Smte» ·nd Ji 40.7SN. "·" fwturt» «to»»d II lower 1» 11 Wxr. Sato M contracts. Ctow -- Mar., 4i.S«»; m« ·'·""" July, 3t.NN; Die, JI.85; Mar., 37.4»N. N-NOMINAL, DRYGOODS NEW YORK, M*rch W-W--The cotton textile m*rk«t w*» flow today. Mills noted buyer Inquiry for .cloth, but offer- nis were scarce for the balance of the year. Orders for wool goods were moderate. Prices were firm at both the Australian ·nd the South African wool sales. In synthetics, converters bought polyester-cotton poplins In moderate volume or delivery during the second-half of this year. Otherwise, the market was quiet. , METALS . N E W YORK -- (HP) -- Spot nonferrous metal prices today: Copper 36 cents a pound, Connecticut Valley. L*ad 16 cents a pound. New York. Zinc 14% cents a Pound, East St. Louis. Tin 1.74% a pound. New York. Foreign silver 1.293 per troy ounce, New York. Quicksilver 455.00 per tlask. New York. COTTONSEED MEAL MEMPHIS (AP)--Cottonseed meal bulk, future quotations. Prime 41 per cent protein basis. March 9th Prev. Close Mar 47.00-68.00 67.00-68.00 May 65.50-66.50.65.50-66.50 Jly 68.00-69.00 68.00-69.00 COTTONSEED OIL NEW YORK (AP) -- Bleachable cottonseed oil futures closed 16 to 23 higher. Sales 54 contracts. Close: May 14.I3B; July, 14.70B. Closing bids: March 15.25, Sept. 14.45, Oct. 14.20, Dec. 14.05. B--Bid. $ FIELDS $ TUCMB'S Oldest ft Large* Pawnbroker FAST CASH , OWN, TV*, M«I«H Ttth, Otnct M«*ta«, 01* 0«U. ' AntHuti, w AnytliHif el Vita*. E. Conurew MA M4tt The Dreyfus Fund is a mutual investment fund in which the management hopes to make your money grow and takes what it considers sensible risks in that direction. Write or Call For Free Prospectus S. J. LIND r Inc. 1118 E. 6th Street Name «···- Address City Zone... State....J Vanad Cp Varian As Vasco Metals Vendo Co Victor Como Va El P Vornado Vulcan Mat Walgreen Walker, H Wall Murray Wall Tiern Walworth Warn Lam Warren SD Wash Gas Wash Wat P Webb Del E W Va Pulp W Va P pf Wn Air Lin Wn Bancorp Wn Md Wn Pac Wn Un Tel Westq A Bk Westg El Weyerhaeuser Wheel Stl Whirl Cp White Mot Wickes Winn Dix Wis El Pw Wise P Sv Witcon Chem Wometco Ent Woodwd Ir Woolwth Worthing Xerox Cp Yrwst Sh T Zayre Corp Zenith R 42 29% 28% 29% + 'A 109 36% 3S'A 35% -- % 254 34% 32% 33 -- % 21 35% 34% 35V4 +1 27 38'A 36% 37% +1% 99 42% 42'A 42% + % 6 72% 72 ] A 72% 21 23% 23 23'A + Vt W 4 38'A 38'A 38'A + 'A 9 31% 31'A 31'A + Vt Xdl2 71 69'A 71 +1% 8 41% 41'A 41% + % 12 10'A 10 10 216 37V4 37 37'A + 'A 14 51 50','j 51 + 'A 3 31% 31% 31% + % 16 23 22% 23 + 'A 32 4% 4% 4% + V* 19 53'A 51%- 53'A +1% .10 98 98 9 8 -- 1 62 46% 45'A 46% + 'A 49 31'A 30% 31 + % 2 42 42 42 + Vt 27 43'A 42 42% 109 49'A - 48'A 49'A + % 13 43% 42'A 43% + % 130 63% 62% 62% + Vt 76 38'A 38 39'A + Vt 30 32% 31'A 32'A +1 14 43Me 42'A 43'A + % 13 20'A 20% 20'A + V* 10 30% 30'A 39'A + % Xd20 35'A 35 35 -- Vt 33 28% 28V* 2B'/4 -- Vi 18 19% 19% 19% , 15 35 34% 35 + 'A 17 29'A 29 29V* 17 29V* 29 29% ... . 82 28% 28% 28V4 + V* 19 42% 41% 42% +1V4 X-Y-Z 156 230% 226 220'A +4'A 57 41% tt'A 40% + % 16 36% 36 36 + 'A 114 143 139'A 142% + VS These quotations are from NASD at approximately 8 a.m. Bids are inter-dealer prices. Prices not Identified by * are Inter-dealer asked prices. Inter-dealer quotations do not include retail mark-up, markdown or commission. Asked prices identified by *have been adjusted upward to include approximate mark* up. INDUSTRIALS Bid Asked Albertson -. IfA 18 Anheuser-Busch 47% 47'A Arden Farms 20 21 Ariz. Ago. Chem. Corp 3% 4% Aztec Oil i Gas 16% 17% Bagdad Copper 43 44 Bay less Markets 10% 11% Brunswig Drug 22% 23'A ·Circle K 19% 2C'/5 Delhi-Austr : 5% 5% Den. Chgro. Trks 41% 42'A Denver Real Estate 9'A 9% Futterman · 5 3 A 6 ·Greater Ariz. Sav 3% 4 ·Horizon Land 3 3% Interstate Securities 9'A 9% ITKE 51% 52V4 Lear Jet 53 55 Lily, Eli - 82% 83% Lone Star Steel 21% 21% Lusk Common 3-16 · % McLean Ind..... 32 32% Memorex 37% 38% Morrison Knudsen 28% 29% Pabst Brew . 37 . 37% Palomar Mortgage 2'A 2% Peter Paul 35 35% Fubco Pstro! 5% 5% Ramada Inn »Vi 9% Scientific Data 58% 59% Sees Candy .' 18% T'A Shakespears Co 14% 15 So. West Rsch Gen. Inc. . 5% 6% Tappan Co. ..: 31% 31% Teledyne '0 »1 Time Ft. Inc. » ,30 FOREIGN SECURITIES Phillips Lp. Fl 25 33 33% BANKS Arizona .Bancorp 17% 18% Arizona Bank 22% 23 Bonk of America .......... 51% STA Chemical Bank N.Y. Tr. ... 46% 46% Cont. III. Chgo 35% 36% 1st Nat. City N.Y. .: '49% 49% Irving Tr. N.Y. 35'A 35% Manufacturers Hanover .... 46'A" 46% Morgan Guar. N.Y. 91% 91% Valley Nat'!. Bk. Phx 23% 23% INSURANCE COMPANIES Aetna Life 57% 58 American Fidelity Life .... 18% 19% American Nat'!. Life 15% 16'A Beneficial Std. 15% 16% Continental Cas 54 54%' Farm Home liife 19 20 Fidelity Bankers Life 14 14% Franklin Life 37% 38% Georgia Int'l. Life 17% 18% Govt. Employees Ins 69% 71 Greatamerica 12% 12% Hartford Fire 71 72 Home Ins. N.Y :. 63% 64% Jefferson Std 56% 57% Lincoln Nat'l. ...". 80 81 Nat. Old Line 13'A 14 Old Line Life 49% 51% Phila. Life 35% 36% Rep. Nafl. Life 41% 42% South Coast Life 8 9% Travelers Ins 35 35% United Service Life 35% 37% UTILITIES Cltz. Utll. A 33% 34% CItiz. Utll. .B 33% 34 Port. Gen. Electric 21% 21% Pub. Serv. N.M 28% 29 T ,s. Gas Pipe 21% 21% Tucson Gas 15% 16% HAY, FEED LOS ANGELES - (FSMN) - Alfalfa Carlot arrivals: 3 wheat, 11 corn, 29 sorghum, 5 door, 32 hay. COTTON NEW YORK--(«--Cotton futures were unchanged to slightly lower late today. News late yesterday of the government's first sale of cotton under the 1966-67 selling program had little apparent effect on futures. Dealers awaited further sales for a clearer idea of the program's market impact. The average price for middling one inch cotton on the initial 93,712 bales sold was 22.23 cents a pound. This is about !'/ cents above the loan on the 1966 crop. Some quarters thought that this would be minimum acceptable price on future sales through the heavy marketing season this fall of me 1966 crop. None of the cotton sold under the 196647 program will be delivered to buyers until Aug. 1 this year. Late afternoon prices were unchanged to 5 cents a bale lower than the previous close. May 28.75 bid, July 27.30 bid and Oct 23.11. PRODUCE Los Angeles (FSMN)--Eggs unchanged Fryers 23,900 head, 15 pet 19.43, 15 pet 20; roasters 4,000 head, 21; egg type hens 30,700 head delivered at plant 8-10, weighted avg 8.87, at ranch M, weighted avg 6.94. HOW WOULD YOU ANSWER IT? "If you were buying securities today, would you buy the same ones you already own?" That's about as fundamental as you can get when it comes to your investments--one of the most important questions you can ask. Because if the answer is "no"--if you wouldn't ; buy those same securities at present prices-it might make sense to consider selling them! Of course, it's not always easy to be sure. Sound" decisions on any security always depend on current facts...on earnings, sales, management.. .-on present prices and future prospects. 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