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THE SALINA JOURNAL HI W HIVMiwMi H^HflP^R^I FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1997 C5 T BOEING United considering alliance with Boeing By Bloomberg News FRANKFURT, Germany — United Airlines Corp. Chairman Gerald Greenwald said he is considering making Boeing Co. the exclusive supplier of jetliners to United Airlines. Greenwald said he hasn't decided yet whether to enter such an arrangement, in which airlines earn a discount for buying from only one manufacturer. In recent months,. AMR Corp.'s American Airlines and Delta Air Lines Inc. have agreed to buy only Boeing planes for the next 20 years. Continental Air Lines Inc., which is expected to buy $4 billion worth of planes in the next few weeks, is discussing a similar agreement with Boeing. "We've talked to them about it, but we're in no hurry" to order planes, Greenwald said Thursday at a press conference in Frankfurt to discuss United's newest marketing alliance with four international carriers. Last August, United placed a $2.5 billion order for Boeing planes and a $900 million order for smaller jetliners made by Boeing's European rival, Airbus Industrie. Greenwald said Thursday that United is looking to buy three widebody planes to meet its short-term needs. He didn't specify a manufacturer. V ECONOMY Reports spur Dow past 7,300 mark InVSStorS aDDear tO be Thursday that falling food and en- •^•''fTa.L'NUIfJI.'l.irgTnTaiMB cern — Cheney said he expects th ^. . K V • ergy prices held down price rises W\^ IT P rnnoumDr Fed to look instead to tightenin reacting tO Clear Signs f or other goods in the Consumer kGk U.o. lOnSUtner labor mar kets as "an inflatio Investors appear to be .,,.y to clear signs of economic slowdown By MARY DEIBEL Scripps Howard News Service WASHINGTON — A government report that consumer prices inched up a benign 0.1 percent last month was all financial markets needed Thursday to send the Dow Jones Industrial Average to its first-ever finish above the 7,300 mark. The blue-chip index of 30 industrials closed up 47.39 points at 7,333.55 after bobbing above 7,300 briefly on Tuesday and Wednesday following release of data showing clear signs of an economic slowdown that gave hope that Federal Reserve policymakers will hold off raising interest rates when they meet Tuesday. The Labor Department's report Thursday that falling food and energy prices held down price rises for other goods in the Consumer Price Index initially had Wall Street in a bearish mood as stocks and bonds opened lower. But they staged a fast turnaround as investors refocused on Wednesday's report that wholesale prices for goods all along the production pipeline fell 0.6 percent last month, the steepest drop in nearly four years. Besides the Dow, which has gained 14 percent since a March- April selloff, broader stock indexes all finished on the upside Thursday. Interest rates on inflation-sensitive 30-year Treasury bonds closed at 6.86 percent, down from 6.88 Wednesday. Bill Cheney, chief economist with John Hancock Financial Services in Boston, said he doubts the CPI report "will carry much weight when the Fed deliberates NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Percent change, month to month, seasonally adjusted. -0.2 MJ J ASOND 1996 J F MA 1997 Source: Bureau ol Labor Statistics AP on a rate hike next week." Because the CPI says what inflation was and doesn't predict what it will be in six months or a year — which is the Fed's main con- cern — Cheney said he expects the Fed to look instead to tightening labor markets as "an inflation flashpoint. I think the Fed sees a threat there and wants to suppress it with a small hike." Tim O'Neill, chief economist with Chicago's Harris Bank/Bank of Montreal, said he also expects tight labor markets will move the Fed to raise interest rates next week by another quarter percentage point. The Fed's 0.25 percentage point hike in March was its first in more than two years. The Fed has come under increasing criticism from both parties in Congress for that rate hike. The chairman of the congressional Joint Economic Committee, Rep. Jim Saxton, R-N.J., said Thursday the wholesale and consumer price data are only the latest evidence that "there is no evidence of inflation" warranting action by the Fed. MMM '• ADT AFUAC AMR ATftTi Aamess AbtLab AccuSttl Acuson AMD Aetna Inc AlrTouch Albaftan Alcan AkwBms AllgPow AlkwTeldy AtiCip" AldSgnl Allstate Alumax Alcoa Alza AmHes AmOnllfw ABrand ;AEP AmExp AGonCp AHorm) AmlntG AmStd Amerttch .Amoco Analogs 'Anheus s .AppiMg Aprta . lArcadiaFn ArchOan Asarco Ashland ; Asetlnv '.AscFCap ' AURIch Autollvn -AutoDt "AutoZone 'Avons BatoHu iBaHGE BancOne -BkNYs BankAm 'BkBost 'BankTr • Bard" BamNW Bametts BarrickG "BatJMt Bartar BayNtwk nBellAtl BdlSo BanatCp BentonOG partHaA BarWB ..BttiStl .•Bavrty •eiackO Boeing Borders s .BostSc ,,JMtTach ,-BrigSWt .BrMySqs BritPt BrwiFr BurlNSF BrlR&o BuHanWg . 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' • Foc4nc4M: i - also mm « exlias b - annual ? rate plus slock *M«iid. c - Squioaling omtol. • . , deda<edorpalilinthepasl12mc(ilhs.I-dedarec : or '' pid att e r a sw* omfend 01 spft |- paid Ifusyeai. '• 4«toJ oraoa), delened a no mtai lakan al last A {fvidend meeting. k -declared or ptkllhls yaar, an ac- It cumulattve issue wih dividends narreare.n- Issued /, within the past 12 norths, r - dsdaied or paidhltu !, past 12 monlhs plus stock dividend.1- split 01 stock dividuid ot '& pcenl or more wild Die past 25 weeks . t-paKltistoalnpasl12nxinltisplusstockdMeixi. vl - confany n bankniplcy 01 receiverchip or being 4 leoiganked under Kw bankruptcy actor seoiriMsas- " sumed by such companies, wd- when dislhbutod. ml - linen Issued, w with wanants. » - without wai- A ranis, z - indicales angle share lolals ralngr tan humteds.1 means Ihilanyone buying Ws'ex-divi- % denf«tcck on the day In question Ml not receive tie 4 rrxjsliec^dMdend.y.indiaUes single shaie totals 4 tor ex-dmtex) slock. State gets grant for phone system By The Associated Press TOPEKA — Kansas is one of 11 states receiving a federal grant for a telephone system to take initial unemployment benefit claims. The Kansas Department of Human Resources received $387,000 from the U.S. Department of Labor last fall to begin setting up the system. A supplemental federal grant of $365,897 to complete the project was announced Thursday. "The initial claims telephone system will save our customers the time and effort, not to mention the money it takes to travel to one of our offices, to file for unemployment benefits," said Reggie Davis, director of unemployment insurance for the department. Davis said Kansas employers also will benefit by being able to electronically transfer information on unemployment matters to the department. MARKETS KEYMTES Dally key rales from The New York Times Prevloua Y»ar Thursday Day Ago 8.50 8.50 8.25 5.00 5.00 5.00 PRIME RATE DISCOUNT RATE FEDERAL FUNDS(x) 3-MO.THEAS. BILLS 6-MO. TREAS. BILLS 10-YR.TREAS.INF(xx) 10-YR. TREAS. NOTES 30-YR. TREAS. BONDS TELEPHONE BONDS MUNICIPAL BONDSfxxx) 5.75 4.96 5.26 3.57 6.65 6.86 7.95 5.78 5.45 5.01 5.28 3.57 6.66 6.88 7.95 5.79 5.24 5.00 5.11 NA 6.71 6.91 8.01 6.02 (x) Estimated dally average, source Telerate (xx) Realized dollar amount rises with Inflation (xxx) Municipal Bond Index, The Bond Buyer Salomon Brothers and Telerate (or Treasury bellwether bonds, notes and bills. LOCAL GRAINS ST. JOSBU LIVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Estimated slaughter hog receipts: 300. Compared to Wednesday, barrows and gilts uneven, steady to 1.00 lower. 1-3 230-260 Ib early 60.00, late 59.00; 2-3 260280 Ib 58.00-59.00. Sows scarce. DOME CITY LIVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Trade rather slow. Slaughter steers and hellers 1.00 lower. Inquiry fair, demand rather light. Sales confirmed on 2,100 slaughter steers and 2,600 slaughter hellers Thursday. For the week to date 75,700 head confirmed Including 29,000 head or about 38 percent previously contracted or formulated cattle. Sales FOB feodlot net weights after 4 percent shrink. Slaughter steers: select and choice 2-3 1050-1175 Ib 67.00. Slaughter hellers: select and choice 2-3 1000-1080 Ib 67.00. Thuraday, May 15 Wheat Scoular, Sallna $4.44 Carglll, Sallna $4.50 Continental, Sallna $4.44 Farmway, Balolt $4.21 DaBruca, Clay Ctr. $4.26 Cooper, Colby $4.20 Midland, Haya $4.29 Oecatur, Oberlln $4.12 Agco, Ruaaell $4.31 Farmara, Stockton $4.19 Com Mllo Beana — $4.53 — — $4.55 $8.43 — $4.56 — $2.56 $4.09 $8.25 $2.50 $4.17 $8.26 $2.66 $4.04 $7.98 — $4.17 — $2.60 $4.02 — — $4.09 — $2.48 $4.15 — OMAHA LIVESTOCK Market quotations Thursday: Hogs: 600; barrows and gilts 1.00-1.50 lower: U.S. 1- 3s 230-260 Ibs. 60.00-60.50; sows steady to 1.00 lower; 350-650 Ibs. 49.50-54.00. Cattle and Calves: 100; no test on steers or heifers. Sheep: None. CHCAfiO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO GRANS Futures trading Thursday Trade: Opan 5,000 bu minimum; on the Chicago Board of High Low Sattla Chg. centa par buahal WHEAT May Jul Sep Dec Mar May Jul Dec Jul 389 385 'A 393 405 40814 380 389 395 401% 413 413 'A 385 383 365 'A 393 404 'A 407 « 380 383 388 'A 395 407 Vt 409 391 383 395 365 t % t 1 2 1 2 CORN May Jul Sep Dec Mar May Jul Dec Jul Dec 285V. 283 267 V, 265 K 271 <A 275 » 279 265 286 V< 284 269 267 272K 276 280 267 284% 281V, 266U 264% 270 274 Vt 278 265 28414 281% 267 Vt 265 Vt 270% 274% 278 Vt 266 277 268 — 1 — 1 Vt — Vi — % —1 — 1 % — 1 % — Vt OATS May Jul Sep Dec Mar 168V; 160',i 158 157« 160U 169 Vi 161 VS 158 158 '/< 16 (Hi 168 159 155U 155* 159 'A 16BV. 159 'A 155*4 156 'A 159 'A — 1 Vt —1 % — 2V. — Itt — t y. SOYBEANS May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul Nov Jul Nov 868 ',4 862 630 750 704 'A 711 715 717V4 719 666 870 866 'A 835 753V4 708 'A 712 71 6 V4 717 'A 719 669 858 Vi 854 824 747 700 'A 708 'A 714V4 71 5 'A 716 668 862 857% 826% 748 V4 705 'A 709V4 7 1 5 Vt 715% 716% 669 681 645 — 7 — 6V4 — 6'/4 — 1 i 1 — Vt + y. + 1 + 2% Futures trading Thursday on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange: Open High Low Settle Chg. CATTUE 40,000 Jun Aug Oct Dec Fob Apr 65 65 68 70 71 72 35 20 85 75 10 85 Iba 65. 65 69. 71. 71. 72. J 65 50 12 00 25 95 FEEDER 50,000 May Aug Sep Oct Nov Jan Mar Apr 76 76 76 77 78 79 78 79 60 95 90 00 45 32 75 00 Iba 77 77 77 77 78 79 79 79 J 17 50 15 25 80 65 00 00 canta 65. 65 68. 70. 71. 72. per Ib. 25 15 82 70 07 77 65 65 69 70 71 72 50 +.05 40 07 97 22 92 CATTLE canta 76 76 76 76 78 79 78 79 par Ib. 60 90 85 90 30 32 75 00 77 77 77 77 78 79 78 78 15 40 07 17 67 52 75 90 .12 .15 .15 .07 .60 .25 .17 .12 .22 .10 .15 .20 HOGS 40,000 Jun Jul Aug Oct Dec Feb Apr Jun Jul Aug Oct 83 84 81 74 71 70 66 71 69 12 05 27 35 90 30 75 00 95 Iba 83 84 81 74 72 70 67 71 69 ; 55 40 97 65 00 60 10 00 95 centa 82 83 80 73 71 70 66 70 69 per Ib. 25 47 95 85 50 02 75 82 77 82 83 81 73 71 70 67 70 69 66. 64. 32 —1.15 52 —.60 00 —.57 92 —.75 70 —.40 12 —.30 10 +.02 82 -.27 77 —.15 87 —.02 35 -.25 GOLD Foreign - Hong Kong late: $347.85 off $1.60; London morning fixing: $348.10 off $1.00; London afternoon fixing: $346.40 off $2.70; London late: $346.75 off $2.20; Paris afternoon fixing: $346.37 off $1.00; Frankfurt fixIng: $347.56 off $1.69; Zurich late afternoon: $346.25 off $2.65. Domeatlc - NY Handy & Harman: $346.40 off $2.70; NY Handy & Harman fabricated: $363.72 off $2.84; NY Engelhard: $347.64 off $2.70; NY Engelhard fabricated: $365.02 off $2.84; NY Marc, gold spot month close Thu. $347.40 up $0.20; NY Republic National Bank 4 p.m. Thu. $347.30 up $0.10. nifER-THE-COUMTER EXCHANGE AMEX Wl Mar. 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WHEAT 5,000 bu minimum; centa par buahel May 466 468 466 468 +13 Jul 417'A 425 417 419 +2H Sep 416 424'A 416'A 417'A — % Dec 424% 430 422% 423% *1% Wheat 27,404 bushels: 241/4 cents higher to 83/4 cents higher; No. 2 hard 4.41-4.701/2n; No. 3 4.30- 4.691/2n; No. 2 red wheat 3.92-4.521/2n; No. 3 3.81- 4.511/2n. Corn 0 bushels: unch to 1/2 cent higher; No. 2 white 2.95-3.05n; No. 2 yellow 2.801/4-2.86n; No. 3 2.601/4- 2.85n. No. 2mllo4.59-4.71n. No. 1 soybeans 8.501/2-8.661/2n. Hoppers 74.00-76.00. SHVffi Handy & Harman silver Thursday $4.855, up $0.005; Fabricated $5.341, up $0.006; The bullion price for silver earlier In London $4.8350, off $0.0385; Engelhard $4.855, up $0.005; Fabricated $5.341, up $006; NY Merc silver spot month Thursday $4.823, up $0.021. OH. Mutual of Petroleum cash prices Thursday as compared with Wednesday prices: Thurs. Wed. West Texas Inlermed $ per bbl lob 21.38 21.38 From Staff and Wire Reports STOCKQUOTE HOTLINE 104 East Iron St. Sallna, KS 913-827-3dM 1-600-607-0648 everly A. Baker For 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 /-02 E-32 J-51 O-63 T-81 Y-93 +-11

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