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THE SALINA JOURNAL Money ' FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1996 C7 ECONOMY Economy shows signs of slowing Consumer spending rises only slightly during September By JOHN D. McCLAIN The Associated Press WASHINGTON — More signs of a moderating economy appeared Thursday. A Commerce Department report showed consumer spending — two-thirds of the nation's eco^ nomic activity — increased a tiny 0.1 percent in September. At the same time, Labor Department figures showed the number of laid-off workers seeking unemployment benefits rose by 23,000 last week to 342,000, a bigger increase than the 15,000 that many analysts had expected. The fresh information sent stock and bond prices higher. Many investors believe the slower economy will keep inflation in check and permit Federal Reserve policy-makers to hold interest rates steady when they meet Nov. 13. A new survey by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce showed many businessmen agree the economy is moderating from its strong April-June performance. The Business Confidence Index, charting the outlook for economic growth, employment and sales, fell to 53.5 in October from 54.8 in August. It was the lowest level since February. "The October index confirms our belief that the economy will slow in the second half," said Chamber of Commerce economist Martin Regalia. "But even with the slowing, the economy should continue to grow at its long-run trend rate." Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole says the weaker economy threatens a recession. The Clinton administration maintains the moderation will prolong what is already the third-longest recovery since World War II. Despite the increase in jobless claims, a Conference Board survey found newspaper help-wanted advertising increased in September after declining a month earlier. The New York-based private research group said Thursday that the finding suggests the U.S. job market remains relatively strong. Some economists contend the jobless claims data have been skewed in recent weeks by calendar quirks and the ripple effect in the United States of a Canadian autoworkers strike. The Labor Department will provide new data on the overall labor market Friday with its employment report for October. Many analysts estimated payrolls grew by 190,000 after falling by 40,000 in September. The Commerce Department said the increase in consumer spending in September was the weakest since a 0.5 percent drop in June. Outlays totaled $5.18 trillion at a seasonally adjusted annual rate. But some analysts contended a 0.6 percent increase in personal incomes, to $6.54 trillion, is setting the stage for renewed, although modest, spending later in the year. "Consumer spending is likely to accelerate in the fourth quarter, led by income growth, consumer confidence and the wealth effect of a surging stock market," said economist Larry Wipf of Norwest Corp. in Minneapolis. 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'A .23196 2146 6'A 5611 3V. —'A 37e 72637027-32 + 43-64 .2012 1775 7 — Vt .40 14 2519 35 — Vi 1618 4% + Vt 25 1550 30V. + 'A 1148 197b + % 1179 3'A+3-16 .30 329 9>.« + Vi 7449 6 +7-16 3021 tl'A + 'A 1383 H-1-16 1693 32%i + H 7677 327* t Vi 1210 1'A 3879 Vt Negotiations continue in GM workers' strikes Almost 10,000 workers off the job because of strikes at two key plants By The Associated Press DETROIT — With General Motors losing millions of dollars a day because of strikes at two key plants, company and union negotiators met around the clock Thursday in hopes of reaching a settlement. A United Auto Workers source said negotiators were closer than ever to a deal. But GM spokesman Chuck Licari was more cautious. "I don't think it's in anybody's best interests to characterize the talks now," Licari said. "Negotiators talked throughout the night and those discussions are continuing." A total of 9,809 workers at three plants remained off the job be- VADM cause of strikes at GM's truck assembly plant in Janesville, Wis., and a metal-stamping factory in Indianapolis. A truck assembly plant at Fort Wayne, Ind.. was closed Wednesday night because of a shortage of parts from Indianapolis. Those layoffs were in addition to 19,958 GM workers idled from plants affected in Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and New York because of parts shortages that resulted from the Canadian Auto Workers strike earlier in October. The company said single shifts returned to assembly plants at Kansas City. Kan., and Buick City in Flint, Mich. Only the Lordstown, Ohio, assembly plant was still idle because of the CAW strike. A GM source said three more light-truck assembly plants that depend on parts from Indianapolis were tentatively scheduled to close today. Four to share ADM top job By The Associated Press DECATUR, 111. — Dwayne Andreas, who apologized earlier this month for Archer Daniels Midland Co.'s price-fixing scandal, on Thursday named three other executives to share the chief execu- f „ the huge food-processing company, has agreed to plead guilty to two price-fixing chai'ges and pay tle a federal investigation. Andreas, 78, the longtime chairman and CEO, apologized at the company's Oct. 17 annual meeting. The company announced the changes in the top management in a statement that offered no explanation for the move. John K. Vanier, Brookville, sits on the ADM. ADM owns Western Flour Mill in Salina. The change creates the office of the chief executive, which will consist of Andreas; James Randall, 72, who is president of the company; Charles Bayless, 61, president of the processing division; and G. Allen Andreas, 53,. counsel for board of director's executive committee and a nephew of Dwayne Andreas. MARKETS KEY RATES '" Daily key rates from The New York Times Prauloua Year Th..»H. n' oua . ThUr ' d " y DBy Aa " 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) 8.25 5.00 5.75 5.00 5.06 6.33 6.64 7.71 5.83 8.25 5.00 5.31 5.00 5.07 6.41 6.70 7.77 5.85 8.75 5.25 5.76 5.21 5.26 6.06 6.39 7.53 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 Thursday, October 31 Secular, Sallna Carglll, Sallna Continental, Sallna Farmway, Belolt DeBruce, Clay Ctr. Midland, Hays Decatur, Oberlln Agco, Russell Farmers, Stockton Wheat $4.28 $4.30 $4.25 $4.00 $3.97 $4.02 $3.60 $4.00 $3.97 Corn — — — $2.34 $2.38 _ $2.31 — $2.32 Mllo $4.07 $4.03 $4.10 $3.56 $3.68 $3.59 $3.32 $3.66 $3.55 Beans — $6.49 $6.53 $6.22 $6.27 _ $6.09 — ~ CHICAGO GRAINS TrFa l ures ' radln 3 ' raae - on tha Boafd 0| Mar May Jul Sep Dec j u ] 5 ' 000 bu 3.80'A 3. 74 <ti 3.63 3.51 3.52 °' )en HI 8 n Low Seltle dollars per bush WHEAT 3.80'A 3.70 3.71". —. 3.67 3. 68 3. 57'A 3.47 3. 74 'A 3.63 3.52'A 3.56 3.51 'A 3.5BH 3.48'A 3. 51 'A 3 59 3 ' 4e l .09V. .06'^ .04". .04 .O3',i 04 CORN Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec Mar Jul Dec Mar May Jul Sep Dec 2.70 2 . 7 6 'A 2.83 2.8BVi 2. 80 'A 2. 79 'A 2.85'A 2.92 1.60% 1 .65 l.67'.i 1.69 'A 1.66 2.70 2. 2 . 7 6 'A 2 . 2.83 2. 2.88'A 2. 2.81 2. 2.80 2. 2.85'A 2. 2.95 2. OATS 1.60»i 1. 1.65 1. 1.67'* 1. 1.69 'A 1. 1.66 1. 65'A 72 78 'A 83V. 7 8'A 76V. 84 91 58 62 H 66 68 65 2.66 2 . 7 2 'A 2.79 2.83Vi 2.79 2.78'? 2.85'i 2.95 ,58'i .63 'i .66 .68 .65'.; 1 . 6 5 'A -.04% — .04'. — .04 'A — .04 'A — .03 — .03 -.03 — .02 -.03'. - 02 'v — .02'; -.02 — .02 '4 -.02 SOYBEANS Nov Jan Mar May Aug Sep Nov Jan Jul 6.89 6. 90 'A 6.94W 7. 00 'A 7.00 6.81 6.71 6.89 6. 6.90'A 6. 6. 95 'A 6. 7.00V4 6. 7.00 6. 6.81 6. 6.74 6. 66 67 72 77 79 68 59 6.674. 6.69 6.73'i 6.78 e'79'.b 6.68 6.59'* 6.66 6.75 -.21*. — .21 Vi -.24 — .22'* -'20 'i -.17'', — .16'! -.16 -.15'v well established. Inquiry and demand good. Sales con- tied on 400 slaughter steers and 400 slaughter heifers . Thursday. For the week to date 69,200 head confirmed • including 11,700 head or about 17 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feedlot net' weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 1315 Ib 71.00. Slaughter heifers: select and choice 2-3 1025-1200 Ib 71.00. OMAHA UVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Hogs: 500; barrows ad gilts 1.25-1.50 higher; U.S. 13 230-260 Ibs. 54.25-54.50.; sows: not established. Cattle and Calves: none. Sheep: none. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Futures trading Thursday on the Chicago Mercantile • Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE'/. 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib.'/. Dec 66.80 66.92 66.37 66.67 —.18 Feb 63.47 63.72 63.20 63.47 Apr 65.10 65.35 64.90 65.25 +.25 Jun 62.90 63.27 62.85 63.05 +.18 Aug 62.45 62.80 62.45 62.52 +.12' Oct 65.00 65.25 64.95 65.00 Dec 65.45 —.05 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Ocl 62.40 62.45 62.40 62.42 +.15 Nov 63.60 64.10 63.45 64.02 +.47 Jan 64.80 65.20 64.60 65.10 +.30 Mar 64.40 64.60 64.15 64.50 +.15 Apr 64.80 64.97 64.60 64.85 +.15 May 64.80 65.20 64.80 65.15 +.30 Sep 66.00 66.27 66.00 66.27 +.17 Aug 66.40 66.47 66.15 66.47 +.12 HOGS 40,000 Ibs,; cents per Ib. 55.15 55.15 54.15 54.40 75.05 75.15 73.95 70.75 70.77 69.90 75.25 75.25 74.55 72.85 72.87 72.45 69.50 69.60 69.15 63.60 63.65 63.20 63.25 63.45 63.25 Doc Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr 74.15 69.95 74.65 72.65 69.17 63.25 63.40 63.90 62.00 —.55 —.80. -.72 —.60 —.47 —.45 —.65 —.55 —.40 —.62 GOLD Foreign - Hong Kong late: $379.45 off $1.20; London morning fixing: $379.30 off $0.40; London afternoon fixing: $379.50 off $0.20; London late: $379.75 ofl $0.50; Paris afternoon fixing: $377.71 off $2.62; Frankfurt fixing: $379.44 off $1.18; Zurich late afternoon: $379.50 off $0.50. Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $379.50 off $0.20; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $398.48 oft $0.21; NY Engelhard: $380.80 off $0.20; NY Engelhard fabricated: $399.84 off $0.21; NY Merc, gold spot month close Thu. $378.10 off $2.10; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Thu. $377.75 off $2.55. ni||irn OlLVCIl KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Thursday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg. WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; dollars per bushel Handy & Harman silver Thursday $4.820, off $0.005; Fabricated $5.302, oft $0.006; The bullion price for silver earlier in London $4.825, off $0.001; Engelhard $4.830, off $0.005; Fabricated $5.313. off $0.006; NY Merc silver spot month Thursday $4.788, oil $0.018. _j| (JIL nart °*> Mar May Jyl 4 3 3 3. 3 3. 12 91 'A .74 57 57 68 4 3 3 3 3 3 .14 .92 Vz .74 .59 .59 .66 4. 3. 3. 3 3 3. 01 Vt 82'* 66 .53 .56 64 4. 3. 3. 3 3 3. 04' 84 66 .59 .59 64 in , -.10' — .O9' —.08 _. 02 Petroleum cash prices Thursday as compared with WoHnB^Hsu nrir«c' Wednesday prices. Thuis. Wed. West Texas unarmed $ per bbl lob 2335 24.28 From Staff and Wire Reports Wheat 73,401 bushels: 131/4 cents lower to 11/4 cents lower; No. 2 hard 4.16-4.511/2n; No. 3 4.05- 4.501/2n; No. 2 red wheat 4.01-4.331/2n; No. 3 3.90- 4.321/2n. Corn 75,175 bushels: unch to 93/4 cents lower; No. 2 white 3.10-3.20n; No. 2 yellow 2.603/4-2.691/4n; No. 3 2.403/4-2.681/4n. No. 2 mllo4.13-4.27n. No. 1 soybeans 6.601/4-6.67n. Hoppers 91.00-95.00. ST. JOSEPH UVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Hogs: Estitnated receipts 900. Barrows and gilts 1.50 higher; 1-3 230-270 Ib 52.50-53.00; 2-3 package 270 Ib 52.50. Sows under 500 Ib steady, over 500 Ib 2.00-3.00 higher; 1-2 300-500 Ib 44.50, some 45.00; 1-3 500-550 Ib 50.00; 550-700 Ib 52.00-53.00. DODGE CITY UVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Trade slow. Slaughter steers and heifers firm, but not BDOO Category 8000 For quotes (delayed 15 minutes), enter a ticker symbol using the table and press'. A-21 F-33 K-52 P-71 B-22 G-41 C-23 H-42 D-31 I-43 E-32 J-51

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