The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 17, 1995 · Page 22
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B10 Wednesday, May 17,1995 MONEY The Salina Journal Economy appears sluggish Housing starts, output are low By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — More signs of economic sluggishness emerged Tuesday — the fourth straight decline in single-family home building and the lowest industrial output in nine months. Analysts attributed the lackluster performance in both key economic sectors to high interest rates that had produced a glut of unsold cars and houses. But they rioted that rates have fallen recently and said both sectors apparently are stabilizing. , "The economy is not falling," said economist Eugene Sherman of M.A. Shapiro & Co., a Wall Street investment adviser. "It's just more sluggish than anticipated." Economist Joseph Blalock of America's Community Bankers agreed but added, "If you're worried about inflation, this slowing is likely to be a good thing." The Federal Reserve has sought a slower economy for more than a year as it engineered seven short- term interest rate hikes to dampen any inflationary explosion. Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan emphasized again Tuesday that stable prices are necessary for consumers to feel confident enough to make long-term investments such as cars and homes. "They need to feel comfortable that they will have the income to make their monthly mortgage payments," he told the National Association of Realtors. The stock market was mixed during much of the day as traders took profits after Wall Street's prolonged advance. But bond prices rose when the housing and industrial production reports lessened fears of higher prices. High inflation hurts bonds and other fixed interest-bearing investments. Although the Commerce Department reported Tuesday that construction of new single-family homes and apartments rose 0.4 percent in April, the advance was because of a 2.4 percent increase in multifamily housing. Single- family homes — 80 percent of starts — slipped 0.1 percent, the fourth straight decline. Overall, housing starts totaled 1.24 million at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, up from 1.23 million in March, which had been the lowest since 1.07 million in March 1993. "Builders are cautious right now," said economist David Seiders of the National Association of Economists, noting a 7.3-month backlog of unsold houses at the March sales pace. That compared Housing starts annual ra», minions of units jy" v 1.7 1.6 In I II 0 MJJASOND J F M A 1994 1995 April '94 March '95 April'95 Source: U.S. Dept. of Commerce AP with a 4.9-month supply a year earlier. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 1 N«m Dlv. PE Vol. Lut Chg. • A - A - ACMSc .90 2530 8V. ADT 15 2422 11?'. — '/< AFLAC .52 14 3204 40% + V4 AMR 56 5962 69 % + ", AT«T 1.32 17 18877 51V. + % Abllib .84 20 15700 38 J '« + « AMfi ,01e11 15411 35 s ,* — V4 AetnLI 2.76 12 3038 59 '/i — VI Ahmans .881519830 22 y. + '/. 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ColHCA .12 16 9838 40 ^ — S A Comdis .36 24 4541 30H + 'A CompUSA 35 B9 28 — "< Compaqe 12 43316 38»i — '-> rm ^H(| ggjgJE^^g Other indexes | |B^ -2.42 • Standard & Poor's 500 Index 528.19 +0.45 || , „„...»,. i- v , • Standard & Poor's Industrials 627.82 +1.33 . •;% •''.* / * New York stock Exchange 284.27 + 0.26 X-.^'i/ * Over-the-counter Composite Index 868.25 +5.19 • American Stock Exchange Index 489.38 + 1 .07 I 4,44b.Ub f^^^ m | High: 4,443.35 • NYSE 4 p.m. revised volume 366,153,900 LOW: 4,429.52 • NYSE after-hours volume 86,100 Stock data by The Associated Press • NYSE consolidated volume 452,1 32,700 f^l n a || . in, , m q| | jno • Total consolidated issues traded 3,001 825-*3OOQ * lssues n '9 ner in P ric e 1 ,401 STOCK QUOTE - Category 9000 * Issues lower in price 912 FINANCIALS - category 7500 . issues unchanged 688 I 1O most active stocks • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUN1ER Name Volume Last Chg. Name Volume Last Chg. Name Volume Bid Chg. HmeDep 96695 41%— 2V, Intelcm 6774615-16—9-16 Oracles . 65195345-16 t% Hanson 86596 19% — V, FAusPr 6594 8% Mlcsfts 54193 84% + 3 9-18 PacTel 62358 27 —2% vlacB 4654 47% Intel 52254 108% + % TelMex 58614 31'A + % Hasbro 4575 34 + 'A Novell 47989 21 'A HewlPks 51868 69%— 1% TumBB 3752 20'/t — % LDDS 44219 26% +1 FordMs 4646B 29% IvaxCp 3473 26V4 — % McCor 40150209-16—113-16 Compaqs 43316 38% — % ENSCOs 2835 16% + Vi AmerOn s 38523 38H — 3 V4 WalMart 41476 251* — % ImpOllg 2712 38% + % Borlnd 37912 11% +1 CocaCI 36068 57% — <A HanvDir 2656215-16 + 3-16 Sybase 321 14 23% — 13-16 InlGame 35198 15% + 1 '/. GaylCn 2536 10H — % MCI • 30637 21% — 1-16 Sensormt .22 23 7166 30% — % SvceCp .44 18 2461 28% — % Shaw .3020 3571 15% ShawNI .88 17 6678 28% +% Sherwin .64 17 2380 38 + % SignelBs .68 12 2426 21% SitenGph 29 7697 36ft — % Solectron 19 2464 30 'A +% SouthnCo 1.2213 8149 21% t% SNETel 1.76 12 2391 34% — % SouPacR 20 3554 17% +% SwstAIri .0421 8976 21% Sprint 1.0 13 4123 33 — % StdFdBcp .68 9 2566 32% +% SlrtCh 7 2428 11% +% SloneC 12130 19% —ft StorTch 24 9857 22% — % SunCo 1.862 4904 32 +% SunHltcr 14 6322 16ft +% SunOsIr .04 14 9523 19% t % Superlnd .16 15 3461 29% +% Sysco .44 21 2359 27% + % - T - T - TCW03 .54 2669 7% TJX .5613 5739 13% +% Tandem 9 8106 14% +% TelArgs 1.47e21 9928 27%— 7-64 TelMex 1.16e 58614 31% +% Templl 1.08 16 2317 46% +% TpDrgnn .10e 2964 13% — % TVA45n 27,3 25% + Vi Tesoro ,8 2173 10% Texaco 3.2 21 5244 66% — % Texlnst 1.0 14 11325 116%— 2 TexUtll 3.0814 4526 34% +% Textron 1.56 12 2243 59% +% Thorlnd .1211 152 20% +% TimeWa .36 10945 38% — % TimMirn .2423 3179 22% +% ToyRU 14 19765 25% — % TrMMex .18613 3424 7'A +% Travelrs .80 12 4965 43% — % Ware A 334 15% — Vi Tribune 1.12 16 2535 59 +% Trlnltyln .6818 2369 40% + Vi TucsEP 25 2630 3% Tycolntl .4021 2767 55%— 1 TvcoTov 565 6% — % CmpAsc .2029 6297 73 +2!4 FoundH 35 2208 29% — % JonesAp 13 2747 28% +1 NewmtM .4856 2B18 39'A + V, UNUM i OR S1~ SM2Q 40W !4 ConAgr .8316 7591 31ft — % FMCG .6040 4020 20% — % -K-K- NewsCpn .09113 9516 21ft ncluT, 2141312437 40% 1V ConrPr 7 4667 11% — V, FrontrCp .8313 2309 20ft — % Kmart .484319308 13% — Vi NewsCppI ,11e 3081 20 — % MCFQ 50711242 17% Conrail 1.511 7698 54ft + 1% FruTrail 2119 4% — % KNEngy 1.044 139 26% + % Nokias 1.161 5689 43% +% ^,Z~ „„ JRV..IIA ConEd 2.049 3564 28% + Vi -G-G- KCtyPL 1.5213 341 23% NoramE .2820x2134 6H + '/i MCT , „ , 5 33,, „£ \ % CnsFrt ,20e 18 3488 24 + Vi GTE 1.8813x34638 32%— 1 Kellogg 1.4420 2136 66 + Vi NAMIge .2496 5560 22 +% novuv fiR ?n 4S7R IQ% I v CGDina ,05e 2155 4 Gannett 1.3616 4693 53% +* Kellwood .6013 1118 18% +% NorTel .4433 7226 36ft + % MBVUSS 1014 6050 32^ Iv CooprTr .2417 2794 25 s ,i + Vi Gap .4816 4992 33% Kemper .922922488 47 +ft Norwest .841114764 27% — % ^1™ 162 4676 27 t % Coramn .09e 5944 17% —Vi GaylEnl ,32b 32 X2186 23%—% Keycorp 1.449 5829 26% +% Nucor .2818 3184 52% +% ,, Ca rb '75917100 31V >A Corningln .722313468 33% t Vi Genentc 44 2783 47% +% KlngWd 19 7146 43 Nynex 2.3623 9681 41Vi— ft „„?" p 44 10 «M isu 4.% CnlwCrd .3221 5581 20% t% GnData 3783 11 +% Kohls 23 6298 43 -2% -O-O- M"T'V J 0 23 2B75 2 3% % Creslar 1.810 2310 46% + VI GenElec 1.641927795 56ft — % Kroger 11 3184 26% +% OcciPel 1.075 9514 23ft — % y","* 13654 10% V CwiCork 28 2959 42% + % Gnlnsts 17 7622 33% -L-L- OfceDps 33 7415 24% +% UH ,.u Cr 03 22 6231 3S V % CypSem 29 5812 34H + 1V4 GnMIII 1.6823 3068 60%—% LSI Lg 31 3801 72% +« Ofllcmxn 36 2407 24% — % n™.£ ^nn 7% « Cyprus .80a11 5300 26 — % GnMoIr 1.201730438 47% — % LTV 910088 14« +% Oryx 3080 13% + '/i usSura 0855 2729 21% -D-D- GME .5224 5145 42% +% LabCpwt' 3249 1 ! ,4 Owenslll 19 3336 12ft +% ii nT «.h ? n ifi p<;4:> 7<;w, + y, DQE 1.7611 3360 3451 +% GMH .9216 2759 40% LaclGas 1.2415 2485 19 -P-P- M'!!; j fl ,. 5333 ,1% 1% Dardenwi 7174 10% GPU 1.8829 2717 29 +% LehmBr .2024 2645 20% + % PECO 1.6216 6206 27% +% ,, D i ot , n 14012 2978 35V DaytHd 1.7612 2725 69 —1 GnFad 18 218B 7% + % Levitz 58 4328 7% — % PMIGpn ,05p 2337 41ft yE 17214 642 27% DWDsc .6411 3468 47% Geon Co .5010 2939 26ft — '/i Lilly 2.581512539 70% +% PNC 1.412 4812 26% +% ' . u - V Deere 2.212 5598 89% GaGull ,16e 8 3681 33% +% Umitd .401815681 22% PP&LRes 1.6711 3559 16V, VFC 13513 600 53% + Vi DellaAir .20 4480 66% +% GaPac 2.00115 4246 81% + 1Vi UncNatl 1.7214 2267 43% +% PPG 1.1615 2816 40% + % vencors 22 2S7Q 2Q% % DetEpll 1.94 2233 25'A +% Gillele 1.225 3841 83Vi +% UzClab .4517 2714 18% PacGE 1.9611 3380 27 Wo 90s 3333 11V +V Dials .6015 3283 24% + '/i GlaxoWel 1.09e 17 8457 22%—% LockhMn 1.40 5340 61 +1% PacTel 2.181062358 27 —2% L., 19 JJQ'J 2a £ .,[ Digital 17652 47 +ft GlenFed 15 5014 13 +% LILCo 1.787 2637 15% + Vi PacifCp 1.0813 3937 19 +% Vodln6s 59a 26 590B 32 . , A Dlllard .1212 9650 27% — % GlobM 5917393 4% + % Loral .6014 2323 47% — % PalnWeb .48 4775 19ft — % »ons 27 228 9 19V % DimeBcp 7 2110 9% — % GlobPriv .17e 2259 12% — Vi LaLand .24 4834 38 +% PallCp .4225 2363 22ft +% W W ' Disney .3623 9181 55% + Vi Goodyear 1.011 9551 41% — Vi LaPac .56110 3628 28% PanEC .9014 5409 24ft +% W HXCo 6 " 3144 11V +% DomRes 2.5615 2514 37% + V, Grace 1.464 4418 61% — % Lowes .162013120 29 —ft Penney 1.921110478 45%— 1 W MXTc 6019 9481 28V", Donlley .6420 2336 36% +% Graingr .9223 2299 59% +% -M-M- PepBoy .1922 2674 28% — % Dalian 7 7143 14% DowCh 3.00117 9903 75 +1 GmdMel 1.1te 16 2347 24ft — % MBNA .8418 3494 33% +% PepsIC .8012012443 45% — % w «IMirt 202141478 25% % Dressr .6821 8613 23% t% GIWFn .921310876 20ft — % MCR .78 2571 9% +% PerkEI .6818 3486 32ft +ft uyatarn 7819x3152 46ft % DuPonl 2.0816 9853 69% +% GreenTs .3816 2167 43% + Vi MIN .54 2262 6% Pfizer 2.081915493 83% + 2% W .:L' 2 6 15 f™ ,„;? 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DukeRlly 1.881810445 27% GrowGp .2830 4998 21 + ft MMT .58 4232 6% +% PhelpD 1.810 3672 55% +% vJasie"ii| 11 2621 9% V DunBrd 2.6415 2452 54% +% GFinSerf 2881 5% MagmC 6 6258 15 — % PhilMr 3.30a 12 19022 70%—% wendvs 2417 4629 16ft Vi -E-E- GTelevsa .43e 7072 19% +% MagCwt 2733 8%— 1-16 PhlllpsEI .80e 9 6374 37%— 1 '/i «...««.. ' 29 ,121 46y + % EMC 1614523 21% GTribasa 9532 8% + 'A Magnalg 1.08 6423 37VI + 1VS PhllPet 1.2220 3838 36% +% vffiinjti 6 5956 17y % EaslChm 1.612 3735 58% +% -H-H- Malinckr .5626 2951 36% + 1 PhlVH .1514 2971 15% WstnRes 20213 456 31V + Vi EKodak 1.632 6057 60% t 'A Halbtn 1.022 7190 38% ManorCr .0920 2419 28% PlacerD .3053 7696 23% t% JuBtaEI 20 6170 14? Echlin .8217 2447 36% + V, Hanson 1.17e1186596 19%—% Manpwl .1224 9774 30'A + 1ft Polashg 1.44 3729 49% + 1% W JL ,' 6 14 6235 43y Edwards .56 9 2348 23 +% HartyDs .1619 4266 26% — % Marriotl .2823 2258 36% — % Praxair .3216 3389 25 +% uJr...., ..i 16 6422 1S , A . v EIIAquil l.33e 16349 40% +% Hamlsh .4050 4737 33 +1% MrshMc 2.915 2210 79% + 1 ProcIGm 1.419 7205 69'A — % whH _, ', 3e 10 B499 SSV+ IIA EmrsEI 1.7218 3562 70 Harris 1.24b 14 2845 4Bft + 1% Masco .7220 5906 28ft Promus 34 5804 45% +ft w|".L n a'flMn 5127 18% +'/ EmpDIst 1.2813 82 17% +% HCR 22 2326 26ft — % Mattels .2421 8801 24% — % Providn .9011 3132 35% +% Wi || iams i 08 12 2944 34Vt +H EBP 9 9713 13% Hlthsths 23 2801 17 — % MayDS 1.1413 2996 38% — % Pulle .2413 2175 26% + 1% wotath 15143 5573 15% VI Emplca ,10e 4346 8% + V. HeclaM 2288 10% Maytag .5011 7947 17 — % -Q-Q- XX EnglhCp .54133 6043 42 +% Heilig .2817 2431 23% +% McDerl 1.043 2877 26% QuakrOs 1.1429 979B 34%—% Xflrox 3 0 ]fl 2427 121 . ,/. Enron .8019 5243 35% +% Heinz 1.4419 5465 43%—% McDnlds .242112698 36%—% -H-R- '.v-Y- Ensrch ,2018 2148 17% +% Herculs s .84 8 4474 52ft + 1% McDnD s .8013 3960 70% + 1% RJRNabs 1.513 7458 29% YPFSoc 80e 14 7966 21% + 'A Entergy 1.816 7309 23 Vi +% HewlPks .802051868 69%— 1% Meltons 2.017 4082 43 +% RJRNbpIC .60 7325 6% ' z -, EqtCos .2014 9854 21% +% Hibem .2410 2201 8% MeMIe 1.5215 3304 37%—% RdrDg 1.623 6222 41 +% z ,. ilhE 15169 By ,, Ethyl .5013 2906 11% +% HmeDep .163196695 41%— 2% Merck 1.21728202 42'/4 +% Reebok .3011 3517 34% ExIdeCp .0827 1364 40% — % Hmstke .2037 7254 16Vi — % MerrLyn 1.0412 8291 48% +% RegHII 17 2752 11% t% Exxon 3.01610614 71% +% Honywel 1.018 5893 39% +% MexFd ,30e 2918 17% + Vi Repsol ,93e 17 3236 32% —'A NOTES -F-F- HKTels .70e 24 3680 20% + 3-64 MIcmTc .201617850 87Vi + V, RepNY 1.448 2429 46%—% . The Ilita- The lists indude local interest stocks FPLGp 1.7613 3264 37%—% HrzHIt 15 3784 17% +% MidAtl s 16 6264 19% +% RiteAld .6814 3150 23% — % which ate bokllaced and the day's most actively FdHmLn 1.213 2244 68% +ft HospFS 1.80127 2214 30% +% MMM 1.8819 6032 61% +% Roadmst 25 9369 2% — % traded slocks FedMog .4813 1748 19% HoslMar 2132 11% +% MlrRsrt 20 5439 31ft —ft vjRckCtr .15] 13 31746 4% — % . Footnote i- also extra or extras b- annual FedNM 2.7212 7004 93% +ft Houshlnt 1.2613 2341 49 +% Mobil 3.722 4281 99% + 1% Rockwl 1.0815 3871 45% +% rate plus stock cWdend. c - taidaling iWdend. • FedPB 1.2)3 3107 31% +% Houlnd 3.010 2227 40% Monsan 2.7615 6535 B4% + 1% Rowan 2589 7% +% declared or paid htha past 12 months I- declared FedrOS 17 7279 22% — % Humana 17 6750 20% MSAslan .05e 2530 11% — % RoylD 4.85e 15 4324125% +% or paid alter a slock dividend or split I - paid this Rngerht .1616 3974 13% +% -l-l- MorgSt 1.2819 2819 79% + 1% Rubrmd .5021 4653 30%-% year dMdendomM deferred or no actton taken at FstChic 2.208 3647 58% +% IMC Glob ,20e 23 3321 46ft +% Morgan 3.012 4116 68% — % -S-S- last dividend meeting k-dedared or paid this year FColony .4011 7897 22% t% ITTCp 1.9814 2998 112% —ft MorKnd .20] 3559 8% +% SBCCom 1.6516 7507 44%— 1% m accumulative issue with dividends In arrears n- FslData .1230 2798 57% +% INCO .4020 7778 25% +% Mortons .4419 9878 31% +% SCEcp 1.011 6676 16% issued wiWn the past 12 monlhs r - dedaied or FIFinMg .1027 2365 72%—% IngerRd .7418 5711 38% + 1% Motorola .402227657 61 'A + 'A SallieM 1.4810 2769 48'/< +% paid in tie past 12 monlhs plus stock dividend I - Flntste 3.009 3722 83%—% InldStl .2011 7857 29 + 'A Mylan .20a 19 7687 29 +% Satomn .64 6252 41 +1% srJil or stock dividend ol 25 percent or more with me FtMiss .35 8 2604 22% t% IBM 1.01527337 94% — % ,. -N-N- SFPGIdn 29 4387 12% — Vi past 25 weeks t - paid in stock in pasl 12 months FstUSA .1219 2257 46% +% InlFlav 1.2422 3753 47%—% NabisH n 11809 26% — % SaraLee .6852 4024 27 plus stock dnddend vl - company in bankruptcy or FstUC 1.849 5186 46%-% IntGame .121635198 15% + 1% Nalco 1.028 2171 37 -% SCANA 2.8814 4196 42% t% receivership or being reorganized under Ine bank- FleetFnc 1.60 813105 34V. +% IntPap 1.6817 7731 80« — % NMedEnt 16 3322 16% — % SchrPI 2.3215 7910 74% +% ruptcy act M securilies assumed by such corapa- FleetEn .5610 3144 20% ITCorp 2147 3 + VI NtSemi 1332336 26% +% Schlmb 1.52811030 65%+2% nies wd- when distributed wl- when issued ww Flemng 1.218 804 25 +% Itel 22 2297 38% +% NatlStl 4 2443 14% + Vi Schwabs .2424 7430 37% + 1 Vi with'warranls x* - wjhout warrants z - indicates Fluor .6022 4156 51 % 1 1 % -J-J- NatnsBk 2.009 8768 55% +% SciAtl s .0627 2471 22 single share totals rather man hundreds x means Foodmk 2620 5 'A JRiver .60 2323 26% +% Navistar 19 9744 15% +% ScoltPs .4020 2895 45% that anyone buying this "ex*idend - stock on the RhillG .321414586 24 t Vi JAIden .446 2787 16%—% NEBus .8019 2347 21% + 1% Seagate 10 8125 34% +% day in quesrjonwil not receive the most recent dwi- FordMs 1.24 546466 29% JNuveen .6414 2125 21% + % NewbNk 4466 33 +% Seagram .6013 7996 28% +% ^nj y indicates single share totals lor ex-divi- Fordpl 4.20 2127 95% Johnjn 1.321913591 63%— 'A Newell s .48119 986 24 +% Sears 1.61214955 56% —'A dendslock. | OVER-THE-COUNTER EXCHANGE | AMEX | Nima Oiv. 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The company is voluntarily recalling 123,000 of the plastic swings that were sold for about $25 between March and May, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said. The safety agency said 50 consumers have reported chil- dren falling from the swings ,>and suffering injuries that , ranged from bumps and bruisi^ es to a broken nose. The swings.^ convert to three styles: infant' swing, chair swing and seat swing. The problem occurs inj'i the infant swing position. :yV'; Consumers who own a 1-2-3 V Swing should stop using it and'/? return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund. Consumers may also con-tact Playskool, toll-free, at 1800-752-9755 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Central time. MARKETS KEY RATES Dally key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Tuesday Day Ago 9.00 9.00 7.25 5.25 5.25 3.50 PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO.TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR.TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xx) 6.00 5.66 5.63 6.53 6.86 7.79 6.12 6.17 5.71 5.69 6.60 6.94 7.B5 6.17 4.27 4.2) 4.5S 7.04 7.26 7.52 6.43 (x) Estimated daily average, source Tolerate (xx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate for Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS Tuesday, May 16, 1995 Secular, Salina Carglll, Salina Farmway, Belolt DeBruce, Clay Ctr. Cooper, Colby Decatur, Oberlln Agco, Runell Farmers, Stockton Wheat $3.92 $3.91 $3.68 $3.71 $3.62 $3.54 $3.67 $3.66 Com — — $2.36 $2.43 $2.42 $2.37 — $2.28 Mllo $4.21 $4.15 $3.75 $3.81 $3.75 $3.46 $3.84 $3.77 Beans — $5.53 $5.21 $5.37 $4.98 $4.79 $5.11 ~ CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Tuesday Trade: Open 5,000 bu minimum; on the Chicago Board of High Low Settle Chg. dollars per bushel WHEAT May Jul Sep Dec Mar Jul 3 3 3 3 3 3 64 60% 66 79 83 47 3 3 3 3 3 3 66 61 67% 80 85 47'/4 3 3 3 3 3 3 .61 .55% .62% .74% .79% .45% 3 3 3 3 3 3 64% —.00% 60% +.00% .66% 79 y. 85 47 V, CORN May Jul Sep Dec Mar May Jul Dec 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 50 55 59% 62 'A 69 73'/4 74 M 51 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 51 Vt 56 V< 61 V, 66 72 76 78 51V. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 .48% .53% .58 .61 « .68% .72'/4 .74% .50 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 51% 56% 61 % 65% 71 % 75% 78 2.51% OATS May Jul Sep Dec Mar May 42V. 47 V4 50% 54 57 1 1 1 t 1 44% 49 52 55 'A 59'/« 1 1 1 1 1 ,42'/< .46 .49% .53 .57 1 1 1 t 1 1 44% 49 51 y< 55% .59% 62% SOYBEANS May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul Nov 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 5 57 66% 72 76% 84 93% 01% 12 13 93'/< 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 5 63% 73% 78 % 83 92% 00% 08% 15 19 .96 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 .57 .66% .72 .76% .84 .93% .01 % .10 .13 5.93% 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 .63 .73% .78% .83 .91 V, .00% .08% .15 .19 .01% .00% -.OOM .01 % .01% .02% .03 .02% .02% .02% .00% .01% .01 % .01% .02 .01 % .01 % .04% .05% .OSV, .06 .06% .06% .06 .06% .06% 5.97% +.05 net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 1200-1325 Ib-' 62.00, load 1300 Ib 61.00. ;, Slaughter heifers: selecct and choice 2-3 1025-1050, Ib 62.00. OMAHA LIVESTOCK Market quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 1000. Barrows and gilts 1.00 higher. U.S. 1-3a . 230-260 Ibs 39.00, under 250 Ibs In small supply, 150 head 39.25-39.50. U.S. 2-3s 260-290 Ibs 37.00-39.00. Sows: 30 percent. Firm to 1.50 higher. 350-500 Ibs 28.50-29.00, some 450-500 Ibs 30.00. U.S. 2-38 500700 Ibs 31.00-31.50. Boars: all weights 25.00. Estimated for Wednesday's special feeder pig auction: 700.. r Cattle and Calves: 500. Steers and heifers fully steady. Steers: couple loads mostly choice 2-48 116pr 1290 Ibs 62.00. Otherwise, mixed select and choloa 1100-1275 Ibs 60.00-61.50. Select 57.00-59,60, Heifers: select and choice 2-4s 950-1150 Ibs 59.5qjf. 61.00, few 61.50. Select 57.00-59.50. ;• f Sheep: None. Insufficient volume lambs on offer to,*, ford a price test. "'; •">}, CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Futures trading Tuesday on the Chicago Mercamte Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Its.; cents per Ib. 59.40 39.90 59.17 59.85 + ;W 59.35 61.85 62.95 63.85 Jun Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun 59.10 61.25 62.65 63.65 64.55 58.87 61.25 62.45 63.40 64.35 May Aug Sep Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul 59.32 61.70 62.92 63.82 64.82 64.35 64.70 61.70 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 Ibe.; cents per Ib. 64.47 64.00 64.42 65.87 65.60 65.70 66.20 65.80 .45, 40 40' 64.00 65.35 65.10 65.10 65.70 65.70 64.55 65.30 65.10 65.10 65.70 65.50 64.55 65.72 65.60 65.70 66.20 65.60 64.75 64.55 64.75 64.50 HOGS 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. 41.95 42.20 41.55 42.07 42.65 42.90 42.40 42.70 42.80 43.00 42.60 42.82 41.15 41.25 40.90 40.97 42.00 42.20 41.85 41.92 43.10 43.20 42.90 42.90 42.17 42.20 42.17 42.20 46.37 46.45 46.30 46.40 45.82 45.82 45.70 45.72 .30 h.eOt K57 K.66 >.W>, Y' 50 MO, ^ .4$ ~ t .45' + .3B< *''«"" ^$ -:OS vJfe' COLD KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Tuesday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open Nigh Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per May Jul 3.71 % 3.81 3.83% Foreign - Selected world gold prices, Tuesday; Hong Kong late: $384.45, up $0.40; London morning fixing: $384.10, up $0.35; London afternoon fixing: $383.85, • up $0.10; London late: $384.55, up $0.50; Paris afternoon fixing: $381.81, off $1.21; Frankfurt flxlnjj;, $383.60, up $0.18; Zurich late afternoon: $384.50, up $0.80. , • Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $383.85, up $0.10; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $385.35, up $0.10; NjV Engelhard: $385.15, up $0.10; NY Engelhard fabricat-'. ed: $404.41, up $0.11; NY Comex gold spot month close Tue. $384.90, unchanged; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Tue. $384.40, unchanged. - ' Sep Dec Mar Jul 4.08% 4.06% 3.68 3.70 3.70% 3.78V4 3.81% 3.75% 3.78VS + .01 + .02% h .01 bushel SiT«»w« 4.04 4.08 -.02 SILVER 3.64% 3.69% +.01 V, 3.67 3.71'A 3.60% 3.83% 3.45 Wheat 59,963 bushels: 31/2 cents lower to 1 cent higher; No. 2 hard 3.781/2-4.131/2n; No. 3 3.671/2- 4.121/2n; No. 2 red wheat 3.831/2-3.981/2n; No. 3 3.721/2-3.971/2n. Com 0 bushels: unch to 1/2 cent lower; No. 2 white 2.B5-2.95n; No. 2 yellow 2.521/2-2.591/2n; No. 3 2.321/2-2.581/2n. No. 2 milo 4.08-4.26n. No. 1 soybeans 5.461/2-5.633/4n. Hoppers 42.00-46.00. Handy & Harman silver Tuesday $5.445, up $0.04^ ^ Fabricated $5.472, up $0.045. -'"?'» The bullion price for silver earlier In London $5.3976,'. . up $0.0695. ;;•'. Engelhard $5.380, off $0.020; Fabricated $5.810, off $0.022 .V NY Comex silver spot month Tuesday $5.397, M $0.009. / "K. \t • From Staff and Wir« Report* ^ ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Tuesday: Hog receipts: 1,800. Compared to Monday, barrows and gilts 1.00 higher; 1-3 230-270 Ib 37.50-38.00; 2-3 270-290 Ib 36.00-37.00; 2-4 290-310 Ib 34.00-35.00; 34 310-330 Ib 32.00-33.00; 1-2 220-230 Ib 36.50-37.00. Sows 50-1.00 higher; 1-2 300-550 Ib 28.00-28.50; 1-3 550-700 Ib 30.00-31.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Tuesday: Trade very slow. Not laughter steer or heifer sales confirmed for an adequate market test. 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