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AB TUESDAY, MAY 13. 1997 Money ?-»:£<^^!M^ THE SALINA JOURNAL T STOCK MARKET Dow leaps 128 points to new high BRIEFLY Hewlett-Packard and IBM lead market push to another record high By BRUCE MEYERSON "They just want the blue chips, want them badly." The Associated Press Robert Streed Northern Trust investment adviser NEW YORK — The Dow Jones industrial average plowed to another new high Monday, outpacing broader stock measures as investors remained cautiously optimistic about the outlook for inflation and interest rates. The Dow rose 123.22 to 7,292.75, with IBM and Hewlett-Packard leading the charge past last Tuesday's record close of 7,225.32. The barometer of 30 blue-chip companies, which sat about 900 points lower just a month ago, briefly moved within 4 points of 7,300 during the afternoon. The Standard & Poor's 500 and the New York Stock Exchange composite index set new highs as well, also benefiting from the day's emphasis on the perceived safety of the biggest and best- known names. "There wasn't much news. They just want the blue chips, want them badly," said Robert Streed, senior investment adviser at. Northern Trust in Chicago. Stocks drew some minor support from the bond market, where yields on some longer-term issues fell slightly although the yield on the benchmark 30-year bond ended unchanged. There were no major economic reports to counter recent indications that the economy's vigorous pace is easing enough to keep pricing pressures under control. The markets have rallied back from a steep slide in late March and early April amid hopes that the inflation-leery Federal Reserve won't decide to raise interest rates again to slow the economy. The Fed nudged up short-term rates March 25 for the first time in two years. Investors are hopeful this week's readings on inflation and retail sales will convince Fed offi- cials to delay another rate increase, but analysts expect trading to remain hesitant until after next Tuesday's Fed policy meeting. "I don't think there's going to be any meaningful news until next Tuesday," said Streed, suggesting that Fed officials are more concerned about employment costs — a key force behind inflation — than the latest inflation data. Advancing issues outnumbered decliners by a 7-to-3 margin on the New York Stock Exchange, where volume was modest at 459.01 million shares as of 4 p.m., almost even with Friday's pace. The Standard & Poor's 500 list rose 12.88 to 837.66, and the NYSE composite index rose 6.34 to 435.57. But the Nasdaq composite index rose 9.14 to 1,344.19, and the American Stock Exchange composite index rose 4.69 to 578.47. 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IBM stock rose 2.5 percent Monday, or $4.25 a share, closing at $171.75 on the New York Stock Exchange. The stock previously closed at $168 in January before falling as low as $129.25 last month. Its record closing price was $174.75 set in August 1987. Wall Street analysts were reluctant to credit euphoria over the victory of Deep Blue, IBM's 1.4- ton cyber-grandmaster, for the rise. Instead, they cited a weakening dollar, which makes IBM's products more competitive overseas, and continued bullishness by investors following an optimistic outlook last week by chairman Louis Gerstner Jr. • Koch Engineering to buy Dallas business WICHITA — Koch Engineering Co. is acquiring a Dallas-based company that provides products and services for the petroleum, refining, petrochemical, chemical and gas-processing industries. Koch Industries, based in Wichita, announced Monday it would buy Glitsch International, a firm currently owned by Foster Wheeler Corp. Glitsch has engineering centers and sales offices in North America, Europe and Asia. "This acquisition will expand Koch's worldwide geographical presence, increasing product choices for our customers and improving the company's worldwide engineering and manufacturing efficiency and capacity," said David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries. Koch Engineering is a subsidiary of Koch Industries, the nation's second-largest private firm. Earnings expected to increase for Wal-Mart BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal- Mart Stores' earnings are expected to rise in the fiscal first quar- , ter on higher sales. The world's largest retailer is expected to earn 29 cents a share, the average estimate of 21 analysts surveyed by IBES International Inc. It earned 25 cents in the same quarter last year. Wal-Mart's sales were strong throughout the quarter, beating most competitors. In April, same- store sales rose 6.1 percent, while . sales rose 7.2 percent in March and 6.7 percent in February. , From Wire Service Reports MARKETS KEVMTEI Daily key rates from The New York Times Previous Year Monday Day Ago PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x| 3-MO. TREAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR. TREAS. INF(xx) 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDS(xxx) 8.50 5,00 5.44 5.08 5.30 3.56 6.66 6,89 8,05 5.82 8,50 5.00 5.46 5.02 5.23 3.57 6.66 6.89 8.05 5.83 8.25 5.00 5.25 5.00 5.14 N.A. 6.71 6.89 8.03 6.08 (x) Estimated dally average, source Tolerate (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Tolerate for Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS Monday, May 12 Wheat Secular, Sallna Carglll, Sallna Continental, Sallna Farmway, Belolt DeBruce, Clay Ctr. Cooper, Colby Midland, Hays Decatur, Oberlln Agco, Russell Farmers, Stockton $4.45 $4.45 $4.45 $4.18 $4.28 $4.16 $4.21 $4.13 $4.24 $4.14 Corn — — — $2.52 $2.51 $2.62 — $2.60 — $2.50 Mllo $4.57 $4.57 $4.57 $4.04 $4.20 $3.98 $4.07 $3.96 $4.09 $4.08 Beans — $8.54 $8.33 $8.34 $8.08 — — CHICAGO GRAINS end 2-3 1113-1120 Ib 64.00-64.10. Slaughter heller* choice 3 1121-1201 Ib 67,00-68.00. Slaughter cows: high cutter, utility and commercial 1-3 breaking 38.0042.75, high dressing 43.00-44.25; boning 38.00-43.00, high dressing 42.50-45.00; other cutters 33.75-38.66.. Slaughter; bulls: yield grade 1 1400-1900 Ib 47:75i 48.50, high dressing 52.25-52.50. Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 600. Compared to Friday, barrows and gilts 1.00 higher; 1-3 230-270 Ib 58.50-59.00; 2-3 270-290 Ib 57.00-58.0; 2-4 290-310 Ib 55.00-56.00. Sows 1.00 higher; 1-2 300-500 Ib 50.00; 1-3 500-550 Ib 51.00; 550-700 Ib 52.00-53.00. DODGE CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Monday: Trade quiet. No sales slaughter steers or heifers confirmed. Inquiry fairly good, demand light. Asking 70.0071.00, few bids 68.00. Last sales at 69.00 Thursday, May 8. Sales confirmed for the week to date on 2,500 previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FPB feedlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. ' • OMAHA UVESTOCK Market quotations Monday: Hogs: 800. Barrows and gilts 1,00 higher. U.S. 1-3s 230-260 Ibs. 60.25-60.50; U.S. 2-3s 260-290 lbs. p 58.25-59.75; sows: steady to 1.00 higher, U.S. 1-3s 350-450 Ibs. 50.50, 450-500 Ibs. 51.00, U.S. 2-3s 500650 Ibs. 52.00-54.00; boars 300-700 Ibs. 43.00. Cattle and Calves: 600,. Steers and heifers fairly ac ; live, steady. Steers: select to choice 2-4s 1050-1350 Ibs. 68.00-699.50, select 66.00-68,00. Heifers: select to choice 2-4s 950-1200 Ibs. 68.00-69.00, load and part load 1070-1131 Ibs. 69.25-69.35, select 65.50-68.00. Sheep: None. Futures trading Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade' Open High Low Settle Chg. 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel WHEAT May 399'A 400 389 393 —12 Jul 413 415 397 399 —14% Sep 419V4 419'A 404 405'A —14 Dec 430% 430% 414 416W — 13'A Mar 425'A 425'A 417 419 — 1 2 'A May 395 —11 Jul 395 395 382 382 —5 Dec 395 Jul 365 —2 CORN May 292 293 288 288% —3% Jul 288 'A 289 ii 282 W 283 —5 Sep 274% 274% 268% 268% —4% Dec 272 273 'A 267 267% —4 'A Mar 277% 278% 272 'A 273 -4 May 280 280 277 277 —4 Jul 283 'A 283 'A 280% 281 —4 Dec 269 269 267 267% -4% Jul 277% —3% Dec . 268 —2 OATS May 174 174 172 'A (72 'A —2 Jul 165% 166 163 'A 163% —2% Sep 162 'A 162 'A 160 160% —2 'A Dec 162% 162% 160 160 "A —2 Mar 163% —1 % SOYBEANS May 894 900 874 874 'A —19% Jul 889% 896 867 'A 868 'A —20 'A Aug 862 866 841% 842% —17% Sep 760 766 'A 752 'A 752% —11 Nov 711 'A 714 704 704 'A —6 Jan 712 718'A 710'A 710'A —5% Mar 719'A 723 718 718 —3'A MflV 721 721 718 71fl 1 1A Jul 724 725 717 717 -5% Nov 669 669 'A 667 669 — % Jul 684 Nov 645 KANSAS CITY GRAINS Wheat futures Monday on the Kansas City Board of Trade: Open High Low Settle Chg, WHEAT CHICAGO UVESTOCK Futures trading Monday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTLE 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jun 66.00 66.42 65.90 66.05 —.05 Aug 66.40 66.60 66.22 66.30 — 07 Oct 69.40 69.62 69.25 69.35 —.12 Dec 71.12 71.25 70.87 70.97 —.20 Feb 71.40 71.50 71.15 71.17 —.25 Apr 73.02 73.10 72.87 73.05 —05 FEEDER CATTLE 50,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. May 75.40 76.10 75.37 76.05 .90 Aug 77,60 78.40 77.57 77.95 .55 Sop 77.40 77.90 77.40 77.50 .22 Oct 77.50 78.25 77.50 77.67 .22 Nov 79.00 79.75 78.90 78.95 Jan 79.70 79.75 79.55 79.70 —.10 Mar 78.87 79.00 78.80 78.80 .10 Apr 79.00 79.00 78.90 78.90 10 HOGS 40,000 Ibs.; cents per Ib. Jun 85.20 85.77 84.45 84.67 —.32 Jul 86.25 86.72 85.37 85.65 —.47' Aug 83.70 83.95 83.00 83.07 —.47^ Oct 75.95 76.37 75.45 75.77 —.30 Dec 73.00 73.50 72.55 72.97 +.05 Feb 71.20 71.65 70.90 71.25 +.07 Apr 67.60 67.75 67.50 67.65 +.02 Jun 71.75 71.90 71.50 71.50 —.25 Jul 70.15 —.05 Aug 67.00 +.10 Oct 64.80 64,90 64.70 64.90 GOLD Foreign - Hong Kong late: $348.35 up $3.70; London' morning (ixlng: $348.20 up $2.35; London atternoon tixing: $348.20 up $2.35; London late: $350.15 up $4.15; Paris afternoon (Ixlng: $345.26 up $1.53; Frankfurt (Ixlng: $347.75 up $3.25; Zurich late afternoon: $350.80- up $4.50; Domestic - NY Handy & Harman: $348.20 up $2.35; NY nsndy & Hsrrnan fBbricckt6d: $365.61 up $2.47! NY Engelhard: $349.44 up $2.35; NY Engelhard fabricated: $366.91 up $2.47; NY Merc, gold spot month. close Mon. $347.70 off $0.60; NY Republic National 'Bank 4 p.m. Mon. $347.40 off $0,35. 5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel May 455 457 449'A 450 —7 Jul 431'A 432 421 424'A —10 Sep 432 432'A 424 426'A —9 Dec 440 440V4 430 433 —10 Wheat 81,956 bushels: 9 cents lower to 21/2 cents lower; No. 2 hard 4.461/2-4.641/2n; No. 3 4.351/2- 4.631/2n; No. 2 red wheat 4.001/2-4.591/2n; No. 3 3.891/2-4.581/2n. Corn 0 bushels: 5 cents lower to 11/4 cents lower; No. 2 while 2,95-3,05n; No, 2 yellow 2,791/2-2,B51/2n; No, 3 2.591/2-2,841/2n. No. 2 mllo 4.59-4.72n. No. 1 soybeans 8.77-8.96n. Hoppers 76.00-78.00. ST. JOSEPH UVESTOCK Market quotations Monday: Estimated slaughter cattle receipts: 400, Compared to last Monday slaughter steers and heifers steady. Slaughter cows and bulls steady, Slaughter steers: choice 3 1210-1232 Ib 65.00-67,00; select with choice SIU/ER 104 East Iron St. Sallna, KS 913-827-3836 1-800-607-0668 Handy & Harman sliver Monday $4.910, up $0.040; Fabricated $5.401. up $0,044; The bullion price far, silver earlier In London $4.8600, up $0.0275; Engelhard$4.905, up $0.015; Fabricated $5.396, up $016; NY" Merc silver spot month Monday $4.798, off $0.04S OIL : , ni • Petroleum cash prices Monday as compared with Friday prices: Mon. Fri, West Texas Interned $ per bbl lob 21.38 2ff.4S From Staff and Wire Repor STOCKQUOTE HOTLINE Citmryllll -or quotes (delayed 15 minutes), enter a ticker symbol using the table and press . A-21 F-33 K-52 P-71 U-82 Z-03 B-22 G-41 L-53 Q-01 V-83 :-12 C-23 H-42 M-61 R-72 W-91 ;-13 D-31 I-43 N-62 S-73 X-92 /-Q2 E-32 J-51 0-63 T-81 Y-93 +.11

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