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B4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1996 Money THE SALINA JOURNAL V ECONOMY The man behind the economy BRIEFLY Economists: Greenspan deserves the credit for U.S. economic growth By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Bill Clinton, the first president in decades to face the voters with no recession on his record, is working overtime to claim credit. Bob Dole counters that the economy isn't all that great and that Republicans are responsible for any success. But the most significant figure could well be a man whose name appears on no ballot and is hardly mentioned on the campaign trail — Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. Economists of all political stripes suggest the political asser- tions mean little. "If you want to talk about anybody who helped the economy, it is Greenspan," says Charles Schultz, an economist who served under Democrat Jimmy Carter. "The good record on inflation and the economy is the credit of the Federal Reserve." A Republican economist, Michael Boskin, scoffs at Clinton's claim. "I don't mean to be rude, but it is a huge stretch," he says. "No serious economist would give him very much credit for the cyclical upturn of the economy." An economy measured in the trillions of dollars is pushed and pulled by a variety of forces, but economists agree that by far the biggest governmental influence comes from the Federal Reserve through its control over interest rates. Simply put, the Fed has far more say on such matters as economic growth, recessions and inflation than any president. Just as Clinton had the benefit of coming into office as a fledgling recovery was beginning to take hold, his predecessor, George Bush, was a victim of bad timing. For much of Bush's term, the Fed was raising interest rates in an effort to slow the economy and keep inflation from getting out of hand. As often happens when the Fed is tightening credit, the economy did more than slow — it went into an actual recession in July 1990. The downturn was over by March of 1991. But the initial upturn was so anemic that voters in 1992 were still feeling anxious, and Clinton attacked Bush's economic record as the worst since Herbert Hoover. Clinton pledged an activist presidency that would address the economy's long-term problems of stagnant wages and low productivity. He would emphasize "investments" in education, job training and infrastructure through a $20 billion-a-year "Re- build America" program. But while Clinton sounded traditional Democratic themes in his 1992 campaign, he has governed more like a Republican, jettisoning most of the spending programs he talked about on the campaign trail. Instead, he tailored his economic plan to please Wall Street bond investors by emphasizing deficit reduction. Clinton's economic advisers insist that those efforts paid off, allowing interest rates to fall, spurring investment and keeping the expansion alive. However, interest rates actually rose the year after Clinton's program was enacted, reflecting Fed moves in 1994 to battle inflation. But unlike 1990, when Fed tightening brought on a recession, this time the central bank achieved the elusive goal of a "soft landing," slowing growth enough to dampen inflationary pressures without throwing the economy into reverse. 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REVISED VOLUME LOW: 5,981 .68 NYSE AFTER-HOURS VOLUME Stock date by ThfiAasodatedPre^ NYSE CONSOLIDATED VOLUME Call COMMUNITY line TOTAL CONSOLIDATED ISSUES TRADED I.MdMiMil ISSUES HIGHER IN PRICE ., STOCK QUOTE/Category 9000 "SSUES LOWER IN PRICE RNANCIALS/ Category 7500 ISSUES UNCHANGED 10 MOST ACTIVE STOCKS 700.92 -1.37 825.21 -2.51 '%73.26 -0.52 1,222.60 -4.40 569:79 -0.01 364,888,100 2,751,900 438,297,750 3,259 1,188 1,178 893 NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE; AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE OVER-THE-COUNTER Name Volume Latt Chg. Name Volume Last Chg. 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The Commerce Department said Friday that orders to factories for big-ticket durable goods shot up 4.6 percent, to a seasonally adjusted record $174.1 billion. Although the increase was the largest since a 7.8 percent gain in December 1992, much of it was due to a 108 percent surge in volatile aircraft orders. Sales figures decline on some homes WASHINGTON — Sales of previously owned homes slipped 2.9 percent in September but continued to drive toward a new annual record. The National Association of Realtors said that sales of existing single-family homes totaled a seasonally adjusted 4.02 million annual rate, down from 4.14 million in August. Although it was the fourth straight decline, it also was the seventh consecutive month that sales have topped the 4 million rate. Sales totaled 3.80 million in 1995. The record was 3.98 million in 1978. UAW sets strike deadline for Sunday DETROIT — The United Auto Workers set a Sunday strike deadline as its contract negotiations with General Motors Corp. took a turn for the worse Friday. Union President Stephen Yo- kich said negotiators were not optimistic a new contract could be reached by the 11:59 p.m. Sunday deadline. The main issue in the UAW talks is outsourcing, or farming out parts work to outside, usually nonunion suppliers. The union wants GM to guarantee to maintain 95 percent of its union jobs over the next three years. Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler Corp. made similar guarantees. Truckers strike to cool exports of coffee BOGOTA, Colombia — Colombia will export 18 percent fewer bags of coffee than expected this month due to an 11-day truckers strike, which ended Friday morning, coffee officials said. The world's second largest coffee exporter will ship about 900,000 bags of 60-kilograms each this month, down 200,000 bags from a projected total of 1.1 million bags. MARKETS KEY RATES Daily key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Friday Day Ago 8.25 8.25 8.75 5.00 5.00 5.25 PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MQ. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xx) 5.25 4.98 5.10 6.53 6.81 7.83 5.91 5.29 4.98 5.10 6.56 6.85 7.86 5.92 5.70 5.25 5.32 6.03 6.36 7.38 5.91 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerate (xx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate for Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS Friday, October 25 Wheat Secular, Sallna Carglll, Sallna Continental, Sallna Farmway, Belolt DeBruce, Clay Ctr. Cooper, Colby Midland, Hays Decatur, Oberlln Agco, Russell Farmers, Stockton $4.51 $4.53 $4.53 $4.24 $4.18 $4.06 $4.26 $4.03 $4.24 $4.15 Corn — — — $2.45 $2.47 $2.38 — $2.45 — $2.43 Mllo $4.27 $4.29 $4.34 $3.60 $3.88 $3.65 $3.84 $3.52 $3.82 $3.83 Beans — $6.84 — $6.47 $6.57 $6.25 — $6.40 — CHICAGO GRAINS Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Board ol Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Jul Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar Jul Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Jul 3.85 3. 79 'A 3.67 3.54 3.57 2.77*4 2.82 2.67 2.88 2.80 2.78'/4 2.84 2.91 1.87 1.71 1.71 1.73 'A 6.95'A 6. 95 'A 7.00 6.98 7.01 6.96 6. 68 'A , WHEAT 3. 91 'A 3.81 3.89V4 3.83 3.76 3. 62'A 3.68'A 3.65 3.67'A 3.55 3.52 3.5214 3.58 3.55 3.55 3.63 3.50 CORN 2.77*4 2.75 2.75V4 2.82 2.78V4 2.7BV4 2.87 2.83V4 2.84 2.88V4 2.66 2.66'A 2.81 2.79 2.79 2.78% 2.76VS 2.77'A 2.84'A 2.83'/. 2.84 2.91 2.90 2.90V4 OATS 1.67 1.64 1.64V. 1.71 1.67 1.68 1.73 1.70 1.71 'A 1.74'A 1.72 'A 1.72V. 1.70 'A 1.70 'A SOYBEANS 7.04 6.92 7.00'A 7.03V4 6.91V. 6.99 7.06'A 6.95'A 7.04V. 7.06'A 6.98 7.05'A 7.08 6.98'A 7.05'A 7.05 6.96 7. 02'A 6.62'A 6.75 6.66'A 6.74 6.80 8.89 + .05V. + .02 'A + .02'A — .00V. — .01 'A — .01 'A + .04 — .02*4 — .03'A — .03'A — ,02V. — .02'/. — .01 '/. — .01 — .01V. — .02V. — .03 — .03'A — .03V. — .03 — .03 .04 .02'A .04'A .04 .03'A .02'A .02'A .02V. + .03 + .03 KANSAS CITY BRAINS Wheat futures Friday on (he Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 6,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec 4. 25'A 4.01 3.76 3.63 3.62 3.72 4.31'A 4.04V4 3.61 3.64 3.62 3.72 4. 24'A 3.98 3.75V4 3. 58'A 3.60 3.69 4.27V. 4.01 3.76V. 3.59'A 3.60 3.70 t .01 'A — .OO'/. — .01'/. —.03 —.0214 *t.01 Wheat 91,078 bushels: 13/4 cents lower to 7 cents higher; No. 2 hard 4.381/2-4.68n; No. 3 4.271/2-4.67n; No. 2 red wheat 4.231/2-4.50n; No. 3 4.121/2-4.49n. Corn 0 bushels: unch to 13/4 cents lower; No. 2 while 3.20-3.30n; No. 2 yellow 2.751/2-2.811/4n; No. 3 2.551/2-2.801/4n. No. 2 mllo 4.29-4.45n. No. 1 soybeans 6.74-6.B9n. . Hoppers 100.00-104.00. SAUNA WEEKLY UVESTOCK Market quotations from Thursday's sale at Farmers and Ranchers Livestock Market, Sallna, as reported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Compared with last week: Feeder steers 300-600 Ib mostly 4.00-6.00 higher with Instances 8.00-10.00 higher compared to last week's light supply, 800-1000 Ib steady to SO cents higher; feeder heifers 300-750 Ib mostly 1.00-3.00 higher compared to last week's light supply, 750-850 Ib steady; slaughter cows and bulls 2.00 lower. Trade active. Demand good. Receipts. 67 percent (1472) 600 Ib and over, 41 percent (1056) 600 Ib and under, 2 percent (50) cows and bulls. Feeder steers (figures In parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 300-350 Ib 71.0072.00 (71.12), 350-400 Ib 68.BO-71.26 (70.02), 400-450 Ib 65.50-76.75 (73.75), 460-600 Ib fl4.60-72.26 (68.61), 500-550 Ib 63.60-74.50 (87.42), 660-600 Ib 60.7670.60 (64.16), 600-660 Ib 62.00-66.00 (64.27), 650-700 Ib 61.00-65.25 (63.60), 700-750 Ib 61.25-65.10 (63.99), 760-800 Ib 62.00-65.76 (64.18), 800-850 Ib 62.0064.75 (63.61), 850-900 Ib 62.00-63.50 (62,49), 900-950 Ib 63.00-64.50 (64.28), 950-1000 Ib 62.60-63.25 (62.69); bulls: 8 head 645 Ib 59.00, 850-700 Ib 60.0059.50 (53.70); full/fleshy: 600-650 Ib 55.00-61.75 (59.75), 650-700 Ib 57.00-60.00 (58.62), 10 head 703 Ib 56.50, 6 head 960 Ib 60.76; medium and large 1-2: 450-500 Ib 59.75-62.76 (61.21), 500-560 Ib 66.7662.75 (60.86), 550-600 Ib 57.26-60.00 (57.78), 600-650 Ib 66.60-58.60 (67.24), 650-700 Ib 66.75-61.50 (59.31), 700-750 Ib 68.00-61.26 (69.53), 760-800 Ib 65.0059.75 (68.29), 800-850 Ib 68.00-61.26 (60.24), 7 head 985 Ib 58.00; bulls: 4 head 598 Ib 50.25; medium 1: 450-500 Ib 66.00-56.25 (55.33), 8 head 548 Ib 54.25; bulls: 9 head 408 Ib 60.26, 450-500 Ib 50.00-51.50 (50.76); full/fleshy: 7 head 683 Ib 56.25; large 2 Holstelns: 300-360 Ib 33.75-41.50 (35.65), 3 head 390 Ib 36.50, 550-600 Ib 35.25-40.00 (37.47), 5 head 705 Ib 39.75, 900-950 Ib 38.00-40.50 (39.66); bulls: 3 head 787 Ib 32.50. Feeder hellers (figures In parenthesis are weighted average prices) medium and large 1: 9 head 320 Ib 60.00, 350-400 Ib 53.00-58.00 (55.27), 400-450 Ib 53.50-63.85 (57.87), 450-500 Ib 50.00-57.00 (53.88), 500-550 Ib 51.00-56.75 (53.59), 550-600 Ib 52.0058.25 (55.51), 600-650 Ib 55.00-61.75 (58.04), 650-700 Ib 56.50-62.50 (60.44), 700-750 Ib 58.50-62.60 (60.56), 750-800 Ib 58.50-60.00 (59.53), 800-850 Ib 57.0059.75 (57.94), 10 head 951 Ib 57.25; full/fleshy: 500550 Ib 47.00-51.50 (49.30), 6 head 606 Ib 50.25, 9 head 672 Ib 55.00, 750-800 Ib 50.75- 54.50 (53.71), 4 head 818 Ib 55.00 medium and large 1-2: 3 head 412 Ib 49.00, 450-500 Ib 45.25-48.00 (46.62), 500-550 Ib 48.00-50.50 (49.66), 550-600 Ib 50.25-51.25 (50.80), 5 head 616 Ib 53.75, 650-700 Ib 50.00-53.00 (51.64), 700-750 Ib 54.00, 5 head 760 Ib 54.75-57.50 (55.85). medium 1:550-600 Ib 42.50-48.75 (44.98), full/fleshy: 7 head 489 Ib 40.25. Baby calves: beef breeds, 70.00-145.00 (115.00) Hoi- stein bulls 25.00-45.00 (37.50). Heifers ad 46.00-53.50 (50.91). Slaughter cows: boning utility and cutters 1-3: 26.2532.50 (28.94). Slaughter bulls: yield grade 1-2:37.00-39.00 (37.81). ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 700. Compared to Thursday, barrows and gilts 50 cents lower; 1-3 230270 Ib 49.50-50.00; 2-3 270-290 Ib 48.00-49.00; 1-2 220-230 Ib 49.00-49.50. Sows under 500 Ib steady, over 500 Ib 2.00 lower; 1-2 300-500 Ib 43.00; 1-3 500550 Ib 46.00; 550-700 Ib 49.00-50.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Trade slow. Few sales slaughter steers and heifers steady. Inquiry moderate, Demand rather light. Sales confirmed on 500 slaughter steers and 900 slaughter heifers Friday. This week's confirmed sales 66,800 head including 14,100 head or about 21 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: few select and choice 2-3 11501250 Ib 70.00. Slaughter heifers: select and choice 2-3 1050-1100 Ib 70.00. OMAHA UVESTOCK Market quotations Friday: Hogs: 600. Barrows and gilts steady to 0.25 lower. U.S. 1-3 230-260 Ibs 51.50. U.S. 2-3 260-280 Ibs 50.50-51.00. Sows: 20 percent. Not very well established, under 500 Ibs 50 lower. U.S. 1-3 350-500 Ibs 43.50-44.00. U.S. 2-3 500-650 Ibs unsold. Boars: 300700 Ibs 44.00. Cattle and Calves: None. Sheep: None. CHICAGO UVESTOCK Futures trading Friday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Ibs.; centa per Ib. Oct 65.25 65.25 64.65 64.67 —.60 Dec 65.85 66.00 65.40 65.60 Feb 63.07 63.15 62.47 62.77 —.30 Apr 64.95 64.95 64.50 64.57 —.35 Jun 62.90 62.92 62.45 62.50 —.40 Aug 62.62 62.62 62.05 62.07 —.55 Oct 65.25 65.25 65.15 65.15 --.12 Dec 66.00 66.00 65.25 65.25 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Ocl 63.05 63.20 62.20 62.25 —.80 Nov 63.55 63.75 62.60 62.67 —.90 Jan 64.45 64.82 63.65 63.75 —.65 Mar 64.15 64.35 63.50 63.55 —.65 Apr -64.70 64.70 64.10 64.10 —.60 May 64.87 65.00 64.25 64.35 —.52 Sep 65.60 65.77 65.60 65.70 —.30 Aug 66.15 66.20 66.00 66.00 —'.'50 HOQS 40,000 Iba.; centa per Ib. Dec 51.85 52,82 51.85 52,45 Feb 71.70 72.30 71.65 Apr 66.25 66.62 68.02 Jun 73.37 73.55 73.10 W 71.35 71.62 71.15 Auo 68.35 68.35 67.90 62.60 62.70 62.25 62.95 63,40 62.96 Dec Feb Apr 71.92 68.07 73.15 71.32 68.20 62.70 63.25 63.60 62.20 + .43 + .22 —.15 — .22 + .07 —.05 + .40 —. 10 + ,20 + .20 GOLD Foreign - Hong Kong late: $382.55 off $1.50; London morning fixing; $382.20 of) $0.80; London afternoon fixing: $382.55 off $0.45; London late: $382.65 off $0.60; Paris afternoon fixing: $381.27 up $0.16; Frankfurt fixIng: $362.03 off $1.45; Zurich late afternoon: $382.35 oft $0.65. DorriMtlc - NY Handy & Harman: J382.66 off $0.46; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $401.68 oft $0.47; NY Engelhard: $383.86 off $0.45; NY Engelhard fabricated: $403.04 off $0.48; NY Merc, gold spot month close Frl. $383.10 unchanged; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Fri. $382.80 off $0.10. 8IU/ER Handy & Harman silver Friday $4.910, $uncnanged: Fabricated $5.401, $unchanged; The bullion price tor silver earlier In London $4.9025, off $0.0816; Engelha/d $4.920, $unchanged; Fabricated $5.412, $unchartged; NY Merc silver spot month Friday $4.900, up $0.007. Ml Petroleum cash prices Friday as compared with Thursday prices: Frl. Thur. West Texas lntermed$ per bbl lob 24.83 24.48 From Staff and Wire Reports

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