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i -C-4-- INDEPENDENT Lea* leadv Caul, rboru. Aarl 4. 1*U Stocks Rise to Highest Level in 12 Months By tD MORSE * AP Besjaesl Newt Writer ',. NEW YORK /B--The stock market climbed to » new high for 1963 in active trading Wednesday, climaxing a six-week period of consolidation and causing theorists to predict a further period of advance. | · The market now stands at the highest level in about a year. j - Stocks began rising soon after the opening and were strong in advance of the long-awaited publication of the latest report on the securities industry by the Securities Exchange Commission. i Upon release of the SEC report, stocks rose to even higher levels. Brokers expressed relief that the document appeared to contain no hidden time bombs which would destroy confidence in trading on the big exchanges--the shafts of criticism seemed more directed at issues traded in the vast over-the-counter market. i The over-all market kept rising until the close, although the industrial segment of the list reached its highest peak in midaftemoon. Customers, theorists and brokers had their eyes on Ihe Dow Jones industrial average which, early in the session, topped the Feb. IS recovery peak ol 6S.S6-- previously, the highest level reached since last June's bottom. The Dow industrials closed at 690.51, a gain of 674. .For weeks, experts have commented that sooner or later the market must break out of the narrow range which had confined it since Feb. 18. The theoretical thinking was that if it broke out to the upside there would be a strong advance to 700 or more in the Dow. If the break was to the downside, then, they thought. the Dow might sink to 660 or 670. Wednesday brought the answer to this argument. The rise was on impressive volume of 4.66 million shares compared to 4.47 million the previous session. It was the highest since Feb. 18 when 4.7 million shares changed hands. Key stocks in many groups advanced from fractions to a point or more. Chrysler once again was the star performer, rising 3i to 99% on 110,700 shares, making it the most active stock. Briefly, Chrysler's price touched 100, its highest price in years. Steels rebounded smartly from their decline ol Tuesday which dragged down the market following news of price-fixing indictments against seven steel companies. Wan Streeters assessed the news overnight and saw that the mjTimiitn penalty per conviction was only $50,000-7- not much to worry about. · The Dow industrials were at their highest level since April 24, 1962 when they closed at 693JOO. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks rose 1.8 to a new '63 high of 261.1 with industrials cp 3.2 to a new high for the year, rails up .6, and utilities up .6, also to a new '63 high. The AP average was at its highest level since March 20, 1962 when it dosed at 261.4. Of 1,290 issues traded. 664 advanced and 360 declined. New highs for the year totaled 93 and new lows 21. Eleven of the 15 most active stocks advanced and four declined. As the savings-and-loan holding companies came back, one of them. Great Western Financial was second most active stocjc. up 1 at 20 on 98300 shares. Third was Ford, up 1'i at 47% on 77,200 shares. Next came Avnet Electronics, off 1?« at 19H. «nd VS. Smelting, off 4 Ji at 69tf. These were "special situations." Avnet was one of five companies singled out ia the SEC report for alleged public relations "abuses." US. Smelting is approaching the cutoff date for voting stock in its forthcoming proxy fight, so speculators are grabbing profits on the stock's big rise before it is too late and the stock loses voting power at the stockholders' meeting. Among other motors. General Motors touched another historic high and advanced Hi to 68 tf. Studebaker rose H and American Motors dropped Vi- Steels closed below their best. Youngstowa Sheet rising 1H. U-S- Steel and Jones LaughEa % apiece. and Bethlehem *J. Xerox gained 8%, IBM 4#, Wesco Financial 2}i. Thiokol 2VJ. Litton Industries 2fj. Celanese l 1 ^, First Charter Financial IJi.LoruTard l*i, Texas Gulf Producing 1%. and American Smelting l',J. Prices were mixed on the American Stock Exchange on volume of 1.01 million shares compared to a million Tuesday. INEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE TRANSACTIONS " Most Active Stocks HEW YORK IP--Sales, ctesine one. and * chance of Vie " Treasury Report DOW-JONES AVERAGES CM* 9* Tnisunr eomoartd wim 10,700 V936+ H.soondi 41 Wednesday's Closing Prices Fiscri Ycr . tf w;mdr«wi!s Fiscal Year « « . L»sf cfia. t *'4-- ·* 0»liH " U1 __ Orino* t SI I 51'*+ 'A + Vi Oti» fin « S5»i-- VI Sid + v oun »*· n 4 -- SIM * i'O«ef»Cni 4J «r Total D«6t Cta.injM.KUM ooi« Assets 1$\*_i*sff 10 41 iFIa Pw 15 Utilities 65 Stodcs Markets at a Glance CHICAGO: »/heti-- H iflher; Uav demand. OaTi -- Firm; short c«v«rina. -- Higher; Marby W _ , . Fram C» 37%+ H'Freelt SJ HOBS -- t«idv to 75 eenti steers-- STcadv higher. 46 2*** U u to _. I KV-HCh« fc 22 »·»+ ^ Chesebnji* * 494+ *» Chi * E HI 1 ZZU ._ CN G» West W 46%.+ «t C» U SP r V «·»+· *· 00 Of LNTESTMENT TRUSTS U« Fai.rsau.VT F* J.W Frank v* Bond 30 + *» *"* 21 -- H C Am Oi (Furnished fc» C. F. 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Sec 22.B2 23.12 j » 2.17 Natl investors 14.71 15.fl 715 141 Nat Sec Balaa 11.54 12.51 7.55 1.21 Mat Sec Bond 401 4.57 f 47 U3 Nat Sec Diy M 43 . «-?· IS Mat Sec Pref J.2S JfJ 43 17*4 ' Te» Cas T 4 trv-· Tex C Prod 2M 55^4 T : Te« 6 Sul 05 15f 7f2 I.U llf IS tB t 137.00 2H.25 * .67 4- .36 ^ 1.05 ·62-63 High 726.01 154J96 13733 245.00 '62-63 Low 535.76 114.SS 103.11 1S7.4I STANDARD POOR INDEX NEW YORK Wr-- Standard Poor's 500-stock index: Close Change 70.60 +.5S 35.04 +.17 64.19 -f 30 6736 +.52 High Low 425 Industrials ...... 70.80 69.82 25 Railroads ...... 35.16 34.75 50 Utilities ....... 64.40 63.60 500 Stocks ......... 67.55 66.63 American Stock Exchange Wednesday's Closing Prices Associated FYTSS 1 *"* " Lori E« Tex P C 1 0 251 4?1» 4 Bonds tpck Boston Fund* 10» XPV-hXIe. 44-4+ '. 41*. -- 4lPuo S» e» pf do pf S do pf 4.00 Pub Sv Irtd do pf J.50 ____ 474 S .n VexmtTon Tr 1107 7 ' 37 34 41 4 'AiCrevfus Fund I r.k__ 24 37*44 L4 . 14J7 1775,11" ·"«·' "TM " " 1 I"* do pf 4.7$ JO I4**._ Puo Sd PtL 21 37*44 1, Pu Sd FIT 4 24',*-- '4 Pullman 43 7f ...let M IOCS. 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