Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1968 · Page 8
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· - tittf iti£tt BUSINESS AND FINANCE SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1968 PAGE 8 FINANCIAL REVIEW Frenzied Gold Trading Focus Of Attention .. NEW YORK (AP) -- Wall Street worried this week about the monetary as well as the military front and the stock market took its second straight weekly loss. - Frenzied trading in gold bullion in European markets was linked with speculation that the "United States would have to de* rvalue the dollar sooner or later, f Later 'n the week silver rose to ' : record prices in Europe. ~ The effect was to weaken both ^the dollar and Britain's pound ^sterling in foreign exchange markets, the pound falling below its parity price of $2.40. ^ Meanwhile, events in Vietnam .^'continued to be discouraging. .- Wall Street, along with the rest *' of the nation, continued to wait ~ for some resolution of the prob- rlem faced by the U.S. Marines at Khe Sanh. The Dow Jones industrial average this week fell 5.20 to 835.24. This left the average still above its theoretical support / level of about 831. \ The trading week began on Monday with a sharp drop in stock prices as gold mining stocks rallied against the downtrend, caused by the soaring de- _mand for gold in London and .published speculation to the ef- t OVER THE S COUNTER Quotations from the NASD 1 arc representative inter-deal- ·;-«· prices as of yesterday. ·.'Prices do not include retail markup. · BANKS -, Arizona Bank 531/2 -, Bank of America ""65% ·,, Chem. Bank N.Y. Tr. ".'53Va , Cont. 111. Chicago 351" ., First-Nat. City N.Y 59% Manufacturers Han fVi ·Morgan Guam. N.Y 99 ^'Valley Nat'l Phx 19% V,. INSURANCE COMPANIES "Aetna LHe 39A r T Am. Fid. Life " 1% - Am. Naf'l Life 12 -- Beneficial Std 37V» ·^Combined Ins. ja% s-Farm Home Life 9 -FId. Corp 20% ·-Franklin Life 26% Geo. Int' Fire \y 4 Govt. Emp. Ins 68'A ,, Greatamerlca 3114 ..Hartford Fire 22 .. Home Ins. N.Y 30ft ,, Jefferson Std 35 ..Lincoln Nat't 57% Nat. old Line 7'A Old Line Life 22% - Phila Life 30 \Rep. Nat'l Life 18% Travelers Ins 23'A " United Serv. LF 25 UTILITIES 23'A 44'A 54 35% 60 Vi ft 99'A 19ft 39% 12% 37% 59% 10 20% 27 14'A 48% 22 22% 31% 35% 58% 7% 23% 30% 19 . Cltz. Utll. A 22% Cltz. Ulil. B '-nvt Pub. Ser. N.M 23% ' Trans. Gas Pipe 23% Tucson Gas l3'/« INDUSTRIALS - Atrlife Int'l 5% ' Anadite Inc 341/2 · Albertson fflt 'Anheuser-Busch 80'A ' Arden Farms '13 Ariz. Agrochemcorp 3'A Azlec Oil Gas 15% \K .Bagdad Copper 16'A 17 Bayless Markets -Brunswig Drug Brush Beryllium Circle K Dlckson Elec Denver Real Estate Fed-Mart Greater Ariz. Sav Horizon Land Kelly Service Lear Jet Lilly, Ekl McClean Ind Memorex E.R. Moore , Morrison Knudsen Pabsf Brew Palomar Mort Richardson Co Sees Candy Shakespeare Shakespeare Pfd S.W. Rsch S, Gen Tappan Co Thermo-Klnetlc Time Ft. Inc. 23Vi Union Rock Mat 7'A .. . 19% ..29% . 16% ..14 . 11% ..14 .. We ..10 ..37 ..17% . 96 ..25 ..58% ..10'A ..18% ,.42 .. 4% . 24'A . .24'/4 . 21% . 15 .7% . .22'A 4 2Kb 2J5* 241% 14 W S'/a 36 8] 13'A 20'A 30 Vj 19 Vt 15 IVt 10 38 IS 97 25'A 4% 27 25'A 22'A 15 8 22 4'A 7% feet that the United States some day would have to raise the price of gold above $35 an ounce, thus devaluing the dollar. In a turbulent session Tuesday, gold mining stocks were upset by profit taking. President Johnson reaffirmed his determination to maintain the gold price at $35. There was comment, too, in investment circles, that some of the gold mining stocks were far overpriced, even if gold were boosted to $80 an ounce. Short covering lent a note of strength to the final minutes of trading Tuesday. On Wednesday the late strength of the previous session developed into the sharpest rally since last Nov. 21. The Dow industrials rose 10.18. Analysts regarded the advance as purely technical. There was no special news to warrant a change from caution to confidence on Wall Street. .Traders, however, were ready for a quick turn and investors put some of their accumulating funds to work. Both glamour stocks and blue chips advanced together. On Thursday the market could not sustain an early rise and a kind of digestion process took place for the gains of the previous day. The loss was slight. F r i ' d a y produced another small loss and gold stocks gyrated again, moving higher then lower as gold demand soared in Europe. "Despite repeated statements from Washington that the United States will continue indefinitely to maintain the price of gold at $35 an ounce, foreign speculators obviously are not convinced," said R.B. Johnson of Paine Webber Jackson Curtis. The five most active stocks this week on the New York Stock Exchange were: Occidental Petroleum, up 3% at 33% on 1,053,300 shares; Control Data, up 5% at 107V4.; Ben- guet, off 1% at 11%; Gulf Western, off 1% at 40%; and Glen Alden up % at 13%. The five most active issues on the American Stock Exchange were: ' Wright Hargreaves, up 9-16 at 4 1-16 on 1,000,500 shares; Merrill. Island Mining, up 14 at 2%; Campbell Cliibougamau, up % at 11; Data Processing, off 3% at 103; and Giant Yellowknife, unchanged at 1414. Cotton .- NEW YORK (AP) -- Cotton '., futures No. 2 closed unchanged ,; to $1.40 a bale lower. · The market started steady, '· with gains ranging to more than :; $1 a bale. " Trading was at a slow pace, ; but the market weakened in late ; dealings as liquidation in- creased moderately. ". Traders were inclined to await Inew developments on spot cot;ton and the new crop situation. ; The average price for middling ·1 1/16 inch spot cotton at the pleading markets Thursday re- ·mained unchanged at 31.44 cents ·a pound. OP*n Hloh Low Ctos* H-C. "May .... 31.85 32.09 31.40 31.65 18 ·Jul 32.00 32.25 31.7031.75 --23 fflcf 31.75 31.85 31.4* J1.40B --25 ·Dec 31.44 31.52 31.37 31.15B --20 7M«r 31.75 31.75 31.7J 31,356 -20 tMav 31.45B --20 'JUt 30.75B . B -Bid. Cottonseed Oil NEW. YORK (AP)-Bleaclwbl« cotton- M«d «rr future* closed unch»n«ed. Sates .4 contr«cfc. ··U. Htoh Low Close Mty ............. ,.,.14.40 H.4014.40B Livestock CHICAGO (AP) -- Butcher hoa prices declined this week at the Chlcaso Stockyards, but slaughter steers and heifers prices advancec while wooled slaughter lambs held steady. For the week, butcher hoos closed 25 fo 50 cents a hundredweight lower, while slaughter steers and heifers were 25 to 50 cents higher. Hogs receipts for the week at Chlcaoo totaled 24,800 head, compared with 23,800 the previous week and 259,800 for th same week In 1947. Mixed 1-2 butchers scalino 195 to 240 pounds brouflht 19.75 to 20.50, but around »», head of 210 to 220 pounds topped at 20.75. Mixed l-3s weighing 220 to 250 pounds went at 19.25 to 20.00 and 3-3s scaling 240 tp 300 pounds sold at 18.25 to 19.75. Mixed 1-3 sows weighing 350 to 400 pounds SC? 0 .""!.^ 7 -* t0 ' ISM ' whlle 2 " s Callus 400 to 500 pounds went at 16.50 to 17.50. Cattle receipts totaled 21,700 head at Chicago, compared with 22,100 the previous week and 26,500 for the same 'week I" 1M' ; The 12 market totals of cattle were 169,200 last week, 169.400 th« previous week and 172,500 In 1967 Prime slaughter steers weighing 1,300 f° 1,375 pounds sold at 30.00 to 31.00 the 31.00 price being the highest since April 1966. HIsh choice and prime 1,100 to 1,350 pound kinds went at 28.75 to 30.00 and cnoice 950 to 1,400 pound weights commanded 27.25 to 28.75 with mixed qood and choice going at 26.25 to 27.25. High choice and prime slaughter heifers welgh- jng 950 to 1,050 pounds went at 27.35 to 58.00, with the latter price equalling a high In April 1966. Sheep receipts totaled 900 heed at Chicago, compared with 700 th« previous week and 1,900 a year ago. At the 12 ma- lor markets, receipts totaled 30,300 last week, compared with 28,900 the pasylous week and 34,400 a year ago. Choice and prime wooled slaughter lambs scaling 90 to 113 pounds sold at 26.50 to 27.00 with mixed good and choice W to 1)0 pounds weights brlnnlng 25.00 to Hogs--Mixed 1-2 butchers, 195-240 Iba 19.75-20.50; 1-,- 220-250 Ibs, 19.25-20.00; 23. 240-240 Ibs, 19.00-19.75; 2-3 260-00 Ibs, 18.259.00; 2-3, 300-325 Ibs, 18.00-18.25. Sows, 1-3, 350-400 Ibs, 17.50-18.00; 2-3, 400450 Ibs, 17.00-17JO; 2-3, 450-500 Its, 14.50 \7M; 3-3, 500-550 Ibs, 16.00-14.65; 2-3, 550650 Ibs, 15.00-16.00. Boars, 150.-16.00. . Cattle--Slauohter steers, prime 1,3001,375 Ibs 33.00-31.00; h[sh choice and prim* 1,100-1,350 Ibs 28.75-30.00; choice 950-1,400 tbs 27.25-M.7S; mixed good and choice 26.25-27.25; good 25.00-26.25; standard and low good 22.50-25.00. Slaughter heifers, high choice and prim* 956-1,050 Ibs 27.35-28.00; choice B50-1X50 Ibi 26.2527.25; mixed good and choice 25.TS-26.SO; good 24.05-25.75; standard and low good 22.00-2450. .Cows, utility and commercial 17.3S-9.25; hloh yielding utility 19.50; canner and cutler 15.50-18.25 few cannor wlrh lower than normal yield 13.00-15.50, Bullj, utility and commercial 73.50-24.00. Sheep--wooled slaughter lamSs, choice and prime 90-13 Ibs 26-50-27.00; mixed fjood and choice, 80-110 Ibs 25.00-26.50; pacKwe choice 123 Ibj 24.00. Wooled slaughter e**s, cult to good 4.00-7.00, KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cattle 300; caf. vet none. Represented classes tteadv; high cutt«r and utility cows 17.30-18.60; 2?00-28 r i)0 *50-*50 I" «««»· steerj Sheep none, nolhlrw on offer. Hogs 2,200; barrows and gilts steady fo t a "'v. lcl ' * twtju iu ir.3w/3; irw y 1-3 220-240 Ib 18.75-19.50; S-3 260-380 J».2-5jf.OO; sows ste«dy: 1-3 300-400 16.75-17-50; M 400400 lbi*.OW7.83. Complete New York Stock Prices NEW YORK (AP) - Friday's complele New York Slock Exchange prices: A. Sales Net (hdi.) 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MI:7 '* 9 84 54 Copyrighted" by The Associated ?i a Jr es ' iau "s fe unofficial. 32'A 32'A $5. 55 - i r c a . unless otherwise noted, rates of dividends in the foreooing table Ire ann tr extra T , -- HTM3* declaration. Special or ividends or payments not deslg- in the a-- Also extra or extras, b-- Annual rate P |U S stock dividend. c-Liquidatlng dv Id , en t- d-- Declared or paid In 1967 plus slock dividend, e-- Declared or paid so f1an ' 1 , tms1 , yea r- '-Payable In stock during 1967, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution date, g-- Paid last year. h-- Declared or paid after stock dividend or split up. !c-- Declared or pa-id this year. an accumulative issue with dividends In .. ---;. n--New Issue, p--Paid this year, dividend omitted, deferred or no action taken at last dividend meeting, r--De- clared or paid In 1968 stock dividend, t-- Paid In Mock during 1948, estimated cash value on ex-dlvldend or ex-distribution date. z--Sales In full. eld--Called, x--Ex dividend. y-Ex dividend and sales n full, x-dis--Ex distribution xr-Ex rights. xw-WMnout warrants yv/--with warrants, wd--When distributed, wl--When issued, nd--Next day delivery. vf-- In bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized under the Bankruptcy Act, or securities assumed by such companies, fn--Foreign Issue subiect to Interest equalization tax. Govt. Bonds NEW YORK [AP) -- Closing over the counter U.S. oovernment Treasury bonds, bit), asked, Friday. net change and yield for 3%s68 .... 3%s 63 . . 3%s 48 NOV 2'As 48-43 . 4s 49 Feb . 2'As 69-44 4s 49 Oct ... 2'As 49-44 Dec 4s 70 Feb 2'As 70-65 .. 4s 70 Aug 2% 5 S71-66 99.23 99.8 99.1 98.4 98.22 Jun...96.28 ...97.24 ...95.22 ...97.2 ....9424 ...96.8 ..92.16 . .94.10 4s 71 3%S 71 ..'..9330 4s 72 Feb 93.30 2%s 72-67 Jun ....89.10 4s 72 Aug 93.14 2'As 72-47 Sep .. 8822 2'As 72-67 Dec ...88.14 4s 73 92.2 4Vis 73 92.4 4 s 74 92.2 4'As 74 92.10 3%s 74 90B $ 80 85.4 3'As 80 eo 4 3%s 83-78 76.24 3'As 85 76.20 4'As 85-75 84.24 3%s 90 7620 99.25 99.10 99.3 98.8 98.26 97 97.28 95.26 97.6 95 96.12 92.24 94.28 94.6 ... 5.07 ... 5.38 ... S.25 --.1 4.87 --.2 5.33 --.2 4.99 5.4* 5.02 S.55 --.6 5.15 --.4 5.62 --.6 5.13 --.2 --.2 4Vts 92-tJ 4s 93-88 . 4'/as 94-fl? 3s 95 ... 3'As 98 . Prices seconds. / 81.24 79.24 80 76.12 76.20 --.10 S.66 .. --.8 5.65 94.* --.8 5.47 89.14 --.14 5.26 93.22 --.14 S,A- 88.30 --.14 5.28 888.52 --.14 5.31 92.10 --.12 5.71 92.12--.1 5.71 92.10 --.12 5.66 92.1B --.12 5.70 90.16 --.12 5.60 85.20--1.00 5.67 8020--1.00 5.66 77.8 --1.4 5.47 77.4 --1.4 5.29 85.8 --.28 5 ' 77.4 --.28 5.27 82.8 --1.00 5.59 80.24 --1.4 S.42 80.16 --1.4 5.55 76.28 --.28 4.49 77.4 --.28 4.96 quoted In dollars and thirty SHAVER REPAIR Remington Schick Rotuan Norelco Sunbeam FARTS S ACCESSORIES FETTERLY'S CATALMA SHAVER CO. 2406t.iroodw 0 y 623-507O Mutual Funds NEW YORK IAP) The following wo- 1 lanons, supplied by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., are the prices al whicrt these securities could have been sold (bid) or bough; UsKed): Aberdeen Advise Fd Affil Fd All Amer Am Bus ... Am Dlvln 10.83 H.B; Am Grlh 7.61 8.2/ Am Inv Am Mut Am Pac Asso Fd 2.66 3.13 7,« 0.70 8.21 8.8t 1.14 1.2i 3.44 3.7i 33.1433.14 9.39 10.26 6.71 6.71 Axe Houghton: 1.52 1.66 Knlck Gth 10.*) 11.50 Lexlngt 9.7910.70 Lex Rich 14.1715.49 7.75 8.42 9.JS 10.82 7.10 7.76 19.81 21.5:1 7.29 7.25 12.3313..: 6.55 7.16 8.49 9.28 13.70 14.81 14.1915.55 6.12 8.B7 16.16 17.49 8.29 9.C0 6.27 6.87 8.97 9.BO FundA Fund B Stock Sci El Babson Blue Rid B Midst* Bast Fd BroadSt Bullock Can Gen Cdn Fd Capit Inc Capit Shr Cent Shr Channina Funds: Com Stk 1.83 2.00 Grwth 15.75 17.21 Incom 7.91 8.64 Special 2.88 3.15 Chase Fd 11.2311.27 Chem Fd 16.8718.44 CJIade) 2.68 3.15 Csl Sec 1.49 1.61 Colonial: Equity 4.79 5.23 Fund 12.6913.87 Grwth 8.93 9.76 ComSt Bd 4.70 5.11 Commonwllh Fds; Cap Fd 17.90 19.56 Incom 9.79 10.70 Invest 9.7010.60 Stock. 9.68 10.58 Cwltn A8.B 1.59 Cwlth CD 1.77 Comp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv Consm Inv 5.59 6.11 Conv Sec Corp Ld Liberiv Jfe Inv Life Stk 4.24 4.63 Loomis Saytes Fds: Canad 32.1732.17 Capit 11.2311.23 Mut 14.65 14.65 Manhtn 9.5010.38 Mass Fnd 11.4612.52 Mass Gth 11.09 12.12 Mass Tr McDon Mates 10.28 11.15 10.87 11.82 19.43 19.43 12.0012.3 5.59 6.1 9.87 10.79 _ 15.7817.29 Cnlry Cap 11.50 12.43 Crown W Unavai! deVegh M 69.6369.63 Decat Inc 12.5813.75 Dela Fd Div Gr Div Inv Divid Shr DowTh In Drexel Dreyfus Eatn Bal Earn Stk Eberst Empl Gr Energy Equit Fd 14.27 15.60 13.19 14.45 7.38 7.98 15.03 15.03 13.23 14.44 10.9411.88 14.8616.14 12.52 13.69 13.49 14.66 15.22 15.22 10.03 10.8. Equit Gth 15.02 16.46 Explor 24.12 25.66 Fairfd 12.5913.76 Frm BMu 11.0911.09 Fed Grth 13.91 15.20 Fid Cap 12.6513.75 Fid Fund Unavai Fid Trnd 27.02 27.37 Financial Proflrm: Dynm Incom tndust Fsl InGth Fst InStk Fletcher Fla Gth Fnd Lf Founders Fours 5.73 6.27 6.70 7.33 5.02 5.5D B.75 9.59 9.86 10.8 14,47 6.86 7.4 4.63 5.06 8.09 8.84 12.51 13.67 Franklin Custdn: Com Sfk 6.82 7.47 Incom 2.59 2.84 Util Fund Am Fund Inv 9.82 10.73 10.271l.2i Gen Invest 6.80 7.39 Gen Sec . 11.25 11.25 Group Sec: Aero Sc 9.45 10.33 "" 13.17 14.40 9.07 9.92 20.8521.48 17.7519.40 25.90 25.W 5.08 5.55 14.99 I4.S9 14.25 14.84 10.80 10.80 9.49 10.31 7.34 7.98 12.57 13.7! 7.43 8.17 Unavai Com St Ful Ad Grth Ind Gryphon Guardn Ham hda Hrtwl H Mann Hubs Fd Imp Cap Imp Gth Inc Fnd Inc FdB Independ Ind Trend UU9 M.9 Ind Fund InsBk Stk 6.66 7.28 5.10 5.57 Inv CoAm 12.9614.16 Inves Bos 12.51 13.67 Invest Group: Mut 10.84 11.78 Wlscon Worth S,OCK 20.11 J144 »l«cl V.g *10 nv "·*"" n'-WJi'K slel Fd 22.4« 22.17 vest Fd 14.5815.93 onnstn 19.10 l».io ;eyslore Funds: Cus-Bl 21.1122.03 - -- 22.36 24,o 9.68 10.56 8.78 9.58 6.03 4.i9 20.73 22.62 10.49 11.45 9.13 9.97 6.30 4.83 14.09 15.24 Cus B2 Cus B4 Cus Kl Cus «2 Cus SI CJS S2 Cus S3 Cus 54 Int Fd Knickb 7.08 7.76 7.31 7,.99 5.96 6,52 15.10 16.50 10.84 11.8S 5.79 5.79 MldA Mul 6.73 7.36 Moodv Cp 15.26 1668 Moodv Fd 13.07 14.28 Morion Funds: Grwth Incom Insur MIF Fd MIF Gth 11.8212.95 4.21 4.61 6.30 6.90 17.63 19.06 5.70 6.16 Mut Shrs 17.86 17.86 Mut Trust 2.56 2.61 ^at WSec 10.4211.28 Nat Ind 11.71 11.71 Nat Invest 7.14 7.72 Nat Sec Ser: Balan Bond Divid Pf Stk Incom Stock Grwln Nat West 10.92 11.93 5.94 6.4? 5.07 5.54 7.57 8.27 5.89 6.44 8.73 9.54 11.11 12.14 Unavall 12.56 12.73 16.86 16.86 NEA Wiur 10.75 10.97 New Eng 10.4211.26 New Hor 23,28 23.28 New Wld Noreast 100 Fd 13.2314.51 One WmS 15.43 15.43 Oppen Fd Penn Sq Phila Fd Pilgrim Pilot Pine St Pioneer Plan In Price TR Provldnt Puritan Putnam Funds: 6.97 7.62 16.49 16.49 13.71 15.02 9.40 10.30 6.62 7.23 11.4011.40 12.80 13.99 12.31 13.45 21.792179 5.62 6.14 10.7811.65 Equit Georg Grth Incom Invest Rep Tech 10.5011.48 14.36 15.69 11.39)2.45 8.72 9.53 7.11 7.77 5.63 6.15 Revere 13.7214.99 Scudder Fnds: Bal 15.6115.61 Com St 10.5910.59 Infl Inv Unavail Specl 35.70 35.70 Sec Div 12.9514.00 Sec Equit 14.97 16.35 Sec Inv 7.96 8.70 Selec Am 10.6511.52 8.70 9.51 9.11 9.85 Sigma Sw Invest ... Sever. Inv 14.86 16.28 Stale St 45.86 46.33 Steadman Fds: Am Ind 11.5012.57 Flduc 7.75 8.47 Scien 6.52 7.13 Stein Roe Funds: «·?» " Sterl Inv Bal 19.6319.63 Stock 12.95 12.95 Intl 14.4714.47 Sup InGth Teachrs Tech Fd 2.44 13.47 6.04 6.62 11.9912.49 ._ . . _ 8.63 9.42 Temo Gt 16.50 18.03 Texas Fd 10.7611.76 TwenC Glh 5.01 5.48 TwenC Inc 5.21 5.69 United Funds: Accm 7.25 7.92 Incom 13.2914.59 Scien 8.39 9.17 UnFd Can 6.05 6.61 Value Line Funds: Val Lin Incom Sol Sit Vangrf Vor IndPI Viking 8.26 9.05 6.17 6.76 7.91 8.67 4.13 4.51 5.40 5.87 6.68 7.26 WallSt In 11.42 12.48 Wash Mu 12.49 13.87 Well Fd West Ind Whitehll 12.19 13.2 7.62 8.33 13.70 I4.8t Wndsr Fd 17.6519.18 WInflekJ 12.17 13,30 7.04 7.72 4.J8 5.10 Metals NEW YORK (AP) Spot nonferrous metal prices Friday: Copper 38 IX) cents a pound. Connecticut Valley. Lead 14 cents a pound, New York. Zinc 13'A cents a pound, East St. Louis. Tin .45 . a pound. New York. Silver 2.070 per troy ounce. New York. Quicksilver 570.00 nominal per flask. New York. (X) Last price quoted by producers. Copper futures closed 25 lower to 80 higher. Sales 312 contracts. Close: Mar 73.50B, May 63.25, Juf 57.65, Sep 53.95B, Ocl 52.45B, Dec 51.15B, Jan 50.00B, Mar 49.25. Sliver futures closed 290 to 350 higher. Sales 2,741 contracts. Close: Mar 225.30, May 229.00, Jul 233.00, Sep 237.00, Dec 243.00, Jan 244.50, Mar 248.00, May 251.«, Jul 255.50. Tin futures closed unchanged. Sales 6 contracts. Cl«e Mar (1949) 142.00N. N-Nominal, 8-bld. LONDON (AP) Closing metals (in pounds sterling per long ton): Copper spot bid 780 asked 782; forward bid 449 asked 449'A. Tin spot bid 1324 asked 1326? forward bid 1329 asked 1330. Lead spot bid 101 asked 101%; forward bid 98% asked 98%. Zinc spot bid 110'A asked 110%; forward bid 111% asked 112. To Build Resort ATHENS (AP) - Litton Industries of California has announced it will construct a $3.7 million hotel-resort complex at Khania, northwest Crete. 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