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Don Campbell Hie daily investor Reader is brieied on Mexican banks By DON 0. CAMPBELL The spider strikes us as an oddity of sorts because it has eight tegs and — if we could get down far enough to see H — a very sinister expression on its face. But, of course, the spider finds us equally odd because of our lopsided walking arrangement and — if he could get up far enough to see it — the bland look on our faces. Even in the area of investments, though, we shouldn't automatically shun something that is "different" for that reason alone. Q: I am writing this letter in behalf of my father. Some time ago you gave some information regarding the Mexican financial certificates. Since my father lives on a fixed income, he needs to seek and get the best return from his small savings. Now, the important questions are: (1) Can he, in case of emergency, withdraw at any time? (Hopefully, this wouldn't occur.) Could the interest rates drop to a lower level? (2) Does it work on the same basis as the U.S. banking system — federally insured, and up to what amount? (3) How does he obtain these certificates? He has a stockbroker. Would this be the right person to approach? (4) Is there any commission or fee involved? A: The Mexican and American banking systems — on the surface — work very much In the same way, but don't let this fool you: they are quite different. But "different- ness" certainly doesn't mean that one is better, or worse, than the other. The Mexican banking system, in fact, is far more rigid than our own as far as its conservatism is concerned. It's true that, earlier this year, a couple of small Mexican "financieras" (the equivalent of our savings and loan associations) got into trouble, and are in the process of being bailed out. But, on balance, it's been more than 40 years since a Mexican bank failed and cost its depositors any money. The whole subject is too complex to detail here, but if you want to explore it in some depth I have a booklet of an 18-part newspaper series on the subject which is available at $2 by writing to: The Investor and Retiree's Mexico, P.O. Box 2816, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. 10017. In brief, though, let's take up the points you have mentioned: (1) Your father can withdraw his money from a Mexican bank at any time if he is involved In a demand deposit. But, as in any American bank, he may have to wait a bit for it if he has gone into time deposits which — as in the case of their U.S. counterparts — pay a higher interest rate. And, yes, the rates on bank certificates may , go either up or down, just as they do here in the United States. As a matter of fact, the Mexican government early this year reduced bank interest rates a bit by virtue of increasing the Mexican tax on interest. Unlike the U.S., the Mexican government skims off its tax before the investor receives his interest. At the moment, then, demand deposits in Mexican financial institutions pay 7.5 per cent a year (after Mexican taxes); one- year deposits (interest paid monthly pay 7.9 per cent; one- year deposits (interest at maturity) pay 8.2 per cent, and so on. (2) No, it doesn't "work" the same way as the U.S. banking system. There's no such thing as federally-insured deposits in Mexico. All I can tell you is this: it's a policy of the Mexican government that no bank be allowed to fail and cost its depositors money. If this means that the government has to step in and take over the bank, then that's what it does. And, as I said before, there hasn't really been a Mexican bank failure in more than 40 years. (3) You'll have to buy your certificates, or make your deposits, either directly through a Mexican bank or through a Mexico-based investment company. Your U.S.-based broker (unless he has personal connections south of the border) can't do you much good. (4) Yes, there is normally a commission charge if you invest in Mexican demand and time deposits through an investment house in Mexico. It will keep your books for you, unravel your tax situation and correspond with you in English —the major advantages over investing directly through the banks themselves. Competition sets the rate, and the usual scale is about Vz of one per cent up to $4,000, and this rate drops on larger amounts. Investing in Mexico is, indeed, "different," but bear this in mind: the Mexican economy is one of the most stable in the world and the peso ranks right up with the top five or six currencies in its "hardness." Questions for Campbell should be sent to United Features Syndicate, 220 E. 42nd St., New York City 10017. DOW JONES INDUSTRIAL AVERAGE Quotations from the NASD ar* representative interdealer prices as of approximately 10:30 a.m., Interdealer markets :han0e throughout the day. Prices do not Ameco Inc. % American Continental Homes 434 American Express 55'/j American Western 6V* Anheuser Busch, Ine, .10 433* Arizona Bank .58 30 lank America Corp. 43 Jay ess, A.J. Markets .60 «M Capital Southwest Corp. .40 Dow-Jones closing averages Stocks High Low Close Change 30 Industrials 897.88 880.87 894.64 +10.01 20 Transportation 157.88 154.71 156.53 + 0.89 15 Utilities 103.46 101.64 102.47 - 0.39 65 Stocks 273.53 268.34 271.98 + 2.04 :ilca . Combined Securities Fund :ontlnental Bank 11 .00 Jlckson Electronics Early California Inc. :lba Systems -arm & Home Life ,30 : inanclal Corp. of Arizona =lorl Corp. Jen. Semiconductor Ine. Greater Arizona Savings jydroculture Ind. Standard and Poor's 500 index Stocks 425 Industrials 15 Railroads 60 Utilities 500 Stocks High 117.74 34.32 54.17 105:17 Low 115.50 33.71 53.22 103.18 Close 117.22 34.11 53.81 104.69 Change + 1.26 + 0.30 + 0.19 + 1.07 New York Stock Exchange index Close Change 55.04 + 0.56 NYSE total volume: 12.76 million shares Inflation accounts for increases in May'* construction figures NEW YORK (AP) - The value of May contracts for future construction was 4 per cent above a year ago, but construction is actually on the decline when Inflation is taken into account. The report by the F. W. Dodge Division of McGraw Hill, which keeps tabs on the construction industry, also says that the 120,000 new one-family homes started in May, although virtually identical in average size to ones built a year ago, cost nearly $3,000 more mainly because of inflation. May contracts were valued at $9.43 billion but George A. Christie, vice president and chief economist for Dodge, added: "The May-to-May gain of 4 per cent Is easily accounted for by inflation alone." He said the seasonally adjusted Dodge index showed the rate of contracting asde-. clining, in contrast to its expansion a year ago. "The Dodge index reached its peak of 193 in March and has since declined by 10 per cent through April and May to its current value of 173." The value of nonresidential building contracts in May was Government bonds (AP)—Closlni Treasury 4'/9S 4'/aS 4V4S 3 7 /«S 3>/»§ 7s 6% 5 3'/is 6%s 3 Vis 4'/4S 6'/aS 3'/2S 4'/<S 4s 6%s 4 s 3s 7s 3VzS N6W YORK Counter U.S. Thursday. Rate Mat. data 4s Aug 1973 Nov 1973 Feb 1974 May 1974 Nov 1974 Feb 1988 Nov 1980 Aug 1981 Feb 1982 Jun 1978-83 74,8 Aug 1984 95.20 May 1985 74.8 May 1975-85 78.18 NOV 196 94.6 Feb 1990 74.2 Aug 1987-9275.6 Feb 1988-93 75.0 Feb 1993 96.8 May 1989-94 74.6 Feb 1995 74.0 May 1993-98 .98.14 Nov 1998 .74.2 Over-the~ for Bid Asked Bid Chg Yld 99.16 99,02 98.21 98.25 98.0 98.4 97.12 97.16 —.1 95.25 96.1 —.1 84.12 84.28 80.18 81.2 —.2 101.16 10210 -.2 96.20 96.28 ~ " 75.8 95.28 -.2 75.8 79.18 94.22 75.0 76.6 76.0 96.16 15.6 —.2 ,75.0 98.18 —.3 75.2 —.2 6.87 7.47 6.95 6.88 6.81 6.68 6.86 6.70 6.91 6.23 6.78 6.76 5.88 6.43 6.12 7.08 6.27 4.89 7.12 5.30 Bid and asked prices quoted In dollars nd thirty seconds. Sublect to Federal taxes but not to State income taxes. Gosing mutual funds stock list NEW YORK (AP) —The following quotations, supplied by the National Association ot Securities Dealers, Inc., are the prices at which these securities could have been (net asset or bought plus sales Thursdy, S 4 en Buy sold value) (value charge) AGE Fnd 4. .. Admiralty Funds; J KOm isur (Isrs 3.70 4.05 7.75 8.49 unaval Chemlcl Colonial: Cnvrt Equty Fund Grwth Incom Colu n Grth 1 Cwlth AB Cwlth C Comp Gr -.omp CP Jornp Bd Comp Fd Concord Cons Inv 11.2511.58 2.60 13.7 Am E<litY 4.30 Invest Spec! Stock Am Grth Am nsln Am Invs Am utl 8.01 6.98 7.63 7.36 8.04 5.63 6.37 4.50 4.92 4.52 N.L. 8.08 8.83 AmNGth 2.16-2:36 4. .57 Fd Inv 7.41 8.12 Axe Houghton: .. Fnd A 4.56 4.96 Fnd B 6.94 7.54 Stock 5.68 4.21 Sclen 3.93 4.27 tC Grth 11. abspn_ , 10. i«yrk iayrk Fd 112.11 I N.L. 7.50 Sayrk Gr 5.68 6.04 iacn Mil leacn In 1 . . 8.94 Kj. 0.63 N. Ber? Ken 11.21 N.L. BeHc Gth 4.00 4.37 t ondstk 4.59 5.02 ost Fdn 9.4510.33 Brwn Fd 3.19 3.49 Bullock Calvin: Bullck 12.4713.66 Candn 21.3523.3? 'Dlvld 3.63 3.98 NatW S 9.7910.72 NY Vnt 10.1211.1" Burnh Fd 9.26 N CG Fund 9.4510... Cap Trin 10.0911.03 Centry Sh 12.39 13.54 Channin Funds: - ' 10.51 11.49 N.U 10.22 Stll iuy 10.48 11.45 9.39 lb!26 3.10 3.39 9.65 10.55 5.81 6.35 9.67 10.58 2.97 3.25 '0.57 N.L. 1.07 1.16 1.39 1.50 6.39 6.98 4.89 5.36 8.21 8.92 7.13 7.75 rn WDIv 5.53 6.04 Jrn WDal 5.646.1? Dayoe Fd 8.56 N.L. deVegh 57.0i N.L. Delawara Group: Decat 9.61 10.50 B elaw 9.21 10.07 elta 4.25 4.64 Dodg Co OX 1 Drexel Dreyfus Grp: preyf " Levge ft',,' E&E . . 4.97 5.45 14.64 N.L 10.13 N.L. nc 10.48 11,48 14.40 15.78 7.50 8.22 9.14 10.02 3.17 N.L. Eagle Gr 6.44 7.06 ton&Howard: •alan 9.4410.32 ncom 6.06 6.62 " id 6.50 7.10 - - "IS* 'y-.-is Bond Caplt Falrfld Farm Bu Fed Reo Fidelity Group: !„.: it:8il:8 S d M 7 - iJ CCCPX 9 90 ETri? 10/64 11.63 Fidel '• Purlin Salem Tr end incli 9.24 10.10 3.92 ' 4.28 Financial Pn Dyna Indust Incom Vent 22.49 24.58 F 3.89 N.L. 4.29 N.L. 5.62 N.L. 3.75 N.L. d Va 10.4611.43 Investors: rwth 8.43 N.L. ' Fnd Gth 4.41 4.82 _ . Stll Buy rounders Group; Grwrh Incom Mutal Spec! Foursq 5.23 5,72 11.8012.90 . 8.32 9.09 FrankJLn Group: 7>33 8 7.09 7.76 Cut K2 s;63 6J7 Cus SI 22.5824.74 Cus S2 10.91 11.96 - CUS - S3 3 7 7b 17 4 8 <J6 " " 3.65 6.42 ard i &c CC Fd 16.64 N.'U sVC Lev 7.07 N.L. edb GOT 7.70 8.42 5.29 1.46 1.60 18.5720.08 Herfrqe Hor Man Incom 4.01 4.0 4.38 444 Trui'sh 13.26 14.49 Trus irn 3.58 Imp Cap 9.4010.27 Imp -* Cap Gth IncF Am ncF Bos Industry IMTG Int Invst 6.09 8.17 8.83 38.3442." ir-^iisftfe is? a i% N : Inves Bos 1.0.9511.97 Inv Counsel: "apm Caplt G 7.18 7.87 ' - 2.65 7.18 2.42 Caplt S 5.34 5.85 Investrs Groi IBI a? - sj Mutl 'Stock Selec 5.42 5.89 9.60 10.43 4.06 4.42 18.93 20.57 9.48 10.09 '•V.-3? elect , Var Py Irw Resh Istel JP GrthF 8'.29 9.01 Janus F 16.95 N.L. o!o? $ 7% 8 BU 29 y . 8.25 897 Johnstn 23.1S N.L. Keystone Funds: .Apollo 4.18 4.58 18.92 19.79 Cu B2 20.0521: Cus B4 8.26 -' >1.97 9.05 B.nd. U Db I'M! Luth bro Luth Ine 10.21 9.7 Funds: J 1.23 0.60 Incom Pilsm Manhtn Incom 8.69 Pilsm 7.74 3.46 3.79 8.69 9.50 7.74 8.46 3.86 4.22 Mkt Gth 1.82 N.L. Massachusett Co: 7.75 8.9 7.59 8.32 11.26 12.34 Freed Indep Mass — Mass Flnancl: MIT 11.0212.04 12.8214.01 13.47 14.72 12.7213.90 13.50 14.75 2.00 N.L. 10.53 N.L. 5.07 5.54 MIG MID MFD MCD Mates , Mathers Mid AM MONY F 10.1611.10 MSB Fd I' - " ' Mut Ben MIF Fd MIF Gth M OmaG 3.42 N.L. 9.38 10.28 7.52 8.13 4.11 4.44 ... 4.56 4.96 M Omahl 8.78 9.54 Mut Shrs 14.49 N.' Mut Trst 1.90 N._ NEA Mut 9.36 9.55 Natl Ind 9.37 N.L. K: L L: Nat Seer Balan Bond Dlvld - rwth Stk P? 8.65 9.45 4.87 5.32 3.61 3.95 6142 7.02 6.02 6.58 Metals NEW YORK (AP) — Spot nonferrous metal prices Thursday: copoer 60-60'A cents a pound, .Connecticut Valley; fad rents a pound. Connect.... 6Vj cents,,a pound;, zinc; 20V -- M-. Rbuwf^Hw. lew Jew New NE Incom Stock Eqult Groth Side Stll Buy 4.58 5.01 6.47 7.07 IteFund: 15.64 17.00 10.74 11.67 16.5818.02 Neuw Cet 4.39 N.L. Meuw Fd 7.99 N.L. New Per 13.24 14.47 12.08 13.20 12.23 13.36 14.12 N,L. Oceanfl'r SM NX! Invest Trust Vent \B F&Gr 10:89 MIL. SoGen lntU.7812.3< Sw Invs 5wln Gt Sover Inv 10.99 12.'o; Spectra F 4.51 4.9' S8.P IntD 6.22 N.L. State BondGr: . .. ' Dmega DNelll Fd 11.56 N.L. Oppenhelmer Fd: .. N.U MF SFrm In State St Steadtnan Funds: . Oppen AIM 0-HTCc Param M Paul Rvr 6.93 7.57 9.76 10.67 5.78 6.32 9.68 10.52 7.34 8.02 6.78 7.41 4.97 5.45 6.41 N.L. 2.06 N.L. 6.07 6.65 9.66 N.L. > 2 ' r " ^44,04 Am Ind Asso F Invest Stein Ro» r!!p an o -9.86 N.L Stock 14.65 N.L Supervlsd Inv: & 8.17 8.95 Tech 5.94 6.51 Sync Gth 6.27 6.85 MR AP 8.09 8.& /emp Gt 8.56 9.35 Towr Cap 5.87 Trns Cap Trav Eq Pro Fund Provld Tud . TwnC TwnC USAA 3.81 Prov Gth 8.10 8.85 Pru SIP 10.1011.03 P & Wll.76 ^ -S^ltS 0.61 11.60 9.62 10.51 9.72 10.62 jeora Grwth Vista Voyag Revere Rlntret " >agitar« chustr Schust St 27.52 i N nh: 2.10 N.L. 8.08 8.83 „ S..38 9.16 cudder r Int Inv Spec! Balan Com St 10.21 N.L. Seab Lev 4.37 4.79 Funds: 3.13 3.43 6.54 7.17 6.04 6.62 Security Equty Invest Ultra Selected Funds: Sel Am 7.85 N.L. Sel DPI Sen? Gth Sentry F IP 8.73 N. 'I 12.42 N. L. 9.52 10.35 12.85 13.97 Shareholders Gp: Cmstk 3.12 3.4 Entrp 5.42 5.92 Flet Fd 3.50 3.83 Harbr 7.28 7.96 Leaal 5-?o 6.45 Pace 6.69 7.31 Shearsoo Funds: ApprB 17.8319.49 a wffi ^ ri %° ?«^ . . ,lde Fd f 9 ;|gma Funds: Caplt 7.11 7.92 8.56 5.98 6.4 Com 4.5; Frm Gt 4.5 1.52 4.94 .53 N.L. . .. 9.32 N.L. 44.9245.30 2.75 N.L. 1.18 N.L, 1.30 N.L 5.77 6.32 US 8.27 8.99 _ . 9.69 10.62 Hed 10.43 N.L file iii iS .. Gt 10.30 N.L GovSe 10.10 10.25 Un t Mut Unlfund .... . Union Svc Gro: If, 9.10 9.48 'Broad" 13.3514.59 Nat Inv 8.16 8.9: U Cap 8.19 8.95 Whteh 12.2813.4 United Funds: Accm 6.96 7.63 Bond 7.91 8.1 - Gr 9.1710.1 Inc 9.75 ID.., .jom 13.2814.55 Sclen 6.67 7.3 Vang. . 6.53. 7.16 Donu Con Con Incor yal Incom Lev r Spl S.. Vance Sanders: Grt 5.91 5it 2.96 Bosln Comm Spec! Vandrbt Vangd Vanfg TN Var In P VIKin, Wan . . wash M Welllngtn Explr West g 5.13 It G 7.21 6.97 7.62 7.02 7.6; 6.96 7.6 4.75 5.19 1.70 1.8, 5.90 3.76 4.09 .13 N.L '- 7.88 Tachv Trust Wellsl Welltn . 10.6911.68 Group: 20.36 22.2, 9.00 9.84 10.5311.5 11.5212.59 11.88 12.9 10.8611.8 7.U 7.8 WesH'Grt 7.85 8.53 [Tsc Fd S.40 - M cha?a») M $2.6 billion, down 9 per cent from May a year ago, the report said. Residential contracts, valued at $4.75 billion in May, showed continued strength, the report said, but there was a small decline in apartment building, for an overall increase of 8 per cent. Low radiation X-ray speeds »**•*»*• ***** airport luggage searches SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A new low radiation X*ray system has been put to use by United Airlines in large Over the counter nclude retail ommlsslon. markup/ m»rltdown or •Id Asksd Vt 4Vs 6% 25 Calbab . <latl. Housing Clas-A Com. 'jewherv Energy Corp, •>RG Inc. •luclear Dynamics I. 4 4'/3 VI* )mni Spectra Corp. 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