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Stock Leaders Stumble
Under Profit Realizing
Strong Issues Continue To
Tough New Highs For
15-Year Period
' markets at a GLANCE
NEW YORK, May 29.—W—
Stocks—Irregular; profit taking
stalls general advance.
Bonds—Steady; selected ad
vance in rails.
Cotton—Mixed; trade buy
ing; profit taking.
CHICAGO
Wheat—Unchanged at ceil
lngs.
Corn—March down 1-4.
Oats — Easy; good crop
weather.
Hogs—Active, steady at ceil
ings. Top 14.85.
Cattle—Active, strong to 15
cents higher. Top 18.00.
NEW YORK, May 29.—WP)—A
number of strong stocks continued
to touch new 15-year peaks in Wed
nesday’s market while many lead
ers stumbled over more insistent
profit taking.
Earnings, dividends, splitups ana
future business prospects still
buoyed favorites. Accounts were
trimmed for protection over Thurs
day's holiday when principal se
curities exchanges will recess.
Dealings Slackened
Dealings slackened ar.d prices
turned irregular after the opening.
Tra nsfers aggregated 1.990.000
shares compared with 2.200.000.
Tuesday which were the largest
since Feb. 26.
The Associated Presf 60-stock
composite, with the aid of a few
wide jumpers, managed to register
a new top since March 26, 1931.
with an advance of .2 of a point at
82.4. Both the industrial and utility
averages were also in new high
ground. It was another broad mar
ket, 1.049 issues appearing against
Tuesday's record of 1,077. Of the
total. 460 rose and 404 fell.
Paramount Pictures lost 2 1-8 at
$76.87 and Loew's 3-4 at $38.25.
Allied Chemical added 4 1-4 al
$210.75 on meager sales, Dow
Chemical 4 at $188 and Chrysler
4 at $137.50. Commonwealth A
Southern, up 1-8 at $5.62, again was
the liveliest mover on 93,500
shares.
In front were XJ. S. Steel, Bethle
hem, General Motors, Studebaker
American Telephone, Anaconda.
Kennecott, General Electric, Great
Northern, Southern Pacific and
Pennsylvania. Casualties wet-fc
Republic Steel, Goodrich, U. S
Rubber, Goodyear, Sears Roebuck
Douglas Aircraft, Santa Fe, Balti
more & Ohio, Union Carbide,
Phelps Dodge, Philip Morris, Dt
Pont and American Can.
Rail Bonds Up
Railway bonds did better select
ively. At Chicago new oats were
off 5-8 to 1 1-8 cents a bushel and
old oats unchanged to off 3-8
Other grains were at ceilings
Cotton eased 10 to 40 cents a bale.
Turnover here was 930,000 shares
versus l,030,f00 Tuesday.
STOCK AVERAGES
Compiled by The Associated Press
May 29—
30 15 15 60
Stocks Rails Util Stocks
Net change A9.4 D.l A.l A.2
Wed 110.4h 50.4 55.4h 82.4h
Previous Day 110.0 50.5 55.3 82.2
Week ago 108.0 48.8 54.6 80.5
Month ago 107.0 47.3 54.6 79.6
Year ago 88.3 42.2 45.1 66.6
1946 High 110.0 51.0 55.3 82.2
1946 Low 96.1 44.1 50.0 72.2
1945 High 102.0 48.9 52.5 77.1
1945 Low 78.6 32.9 39.2 57.8
H-new 1946 high.
WHAT STOCKS DID
NEW YORK, May 29—OP)—
Wed Tues
Advances. 460 701
Declines . 404 235
Unchanged . 185 141
Total issues .1049 1077
Stock Market Quotations
(BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS:
Pre- Yester-1
vious day |
Close Close
Alleghany . 7% 7%
A1 Cnem and Dye ..206% 210%
Allis Chal Mfg .59% 61
American Can .103% 102%
Amer Car Fdy. 71% 71%
Amer Roll Mill ..36% 36%
Amer Smelt and Ref .... 69% 69%
A T and T . 198 198%
Amer Tob B .«. 99% 99%
Anaconda .. 49 49%
Arm 111 . 18% 18%
A C L . 80% 80
Atlantic Refinery ..... 51 50
Aviation Corp . 11% 11%
Baldwin . 33% 34%
Baltimore and Ohio .... - 26%
Barnsdall . 30%
Bendix Aviat . 52% 52%
Beth Steel . ...110% 110%
Boeing Airp . 29% 29%
Borden.54% 55
Budd Mfg . 22 22%
Burl Mills -... 58% 58
Bur Add Mach.. 20 19%
Cannon Mills .«... 70% __
Case J I.. 51 5114
Caterpil Trac . 79% 79%
Ches and Ohio.62% 63%
Chrysler ..138% 137%
Coca Cola .190 _
ComI Cred .. 58% 58%
Coml Solv . 29% 30%
Comwlth and South _ 5% 5%
Consol Edis . 35% 35%
Cons Vultee ..26% 26%
Cont Can . 49 49%
Corn Prod .. 62% 64%
Curt Wright . 8% 8%
Curt Wright A .. 23% 22%
Dow Chem . 184 188
Doug Aire..93% 92
Pont.219% 219
Eastman Kod .254 255
Firestone --- 77% 79%
Gen Ei . 48% 49%
Gen Foods . 53% 53%
Gen Mot .. 75 75%
Goodrich .....81% 80
Goodyear .. 72% 71%
Gt Nor Ry Pf.. 62% 63%
Int Harvest '.'.100% 100%
Int Tel and Tel ...... 26% 26%
Johns Manv .. 156% 159
Kennecott .. 59% 59%
Bigg and M B ...-102% 101%
^oe1w:s - -.39 33%
Bockheed .... 34% 35
LoriUard .. 29 29
Mont Ward ..103% 103%
Nash Kelv . 23% 24
Bis . 353/
Nat Cash Reg.,....55% 44%
Nat Dist.87% 87%
NY Cent . 27% 27%
No Am Av. 13% 13%
N° Pa<\.. 33% 33%
packard. 10% 10%
Parana Pic . 79 76£
Penney J C . 57% 57
Penn R R . 42 42%
Pepsi Cola.36% 36yii
Phillips Pet . 70 69
Pitt S and B .. H7/8 12
Pullman 67% 67%
Pm;e OU . 27% 28%
®ad!° ..16% 16%
Radio k O —.. 24 23%
— FOR —
CORRECT TIME
CALL 2-3575
—FOR—
Correct Jewelry
VISIT
The JEWEL BOX
Wilmington’* Most Popnlar
Jewelry Store
109 N. Front St.
Rem Rand . 48% 49%
Repub Stl . 39% 38%
Reynolds B . 46 4614
sears . 47% 47
Soc Vac . 17% 17%
Sou Pac . . 68%
Sou Ry ... 60%
Std Br . 49% 49
Std Oil N J. 76% 76%
Stewart War .24% 25%
Swift . 39% 39%
Tex Co ..65% 65%
Un Carb .120 119%
Unit Airl ..41% 42
Unit Aire . 31% 31
Unit Corp . 6% 6% :
Unit Drug ... . .
Unit Fruit .148 149
Unit Gas Imp ......... 28% 27%
U S Indus Chem.. 60% 61
U S Rubber..78% 77%
U S Smelt and Ref .... 71% 71%
U S Steel .90% 91%
Vanadium. 33% 33%
Va Caro Chem . 12% 11%
Warner Pic ..49% 49
West Un A. 39% 38%
West El . 35% 36
Woolworth..61% 61%
CURB
Can Marconi .. 3y4 3^
Cities Service . 35% 36%
Colon Dvmt . 5 5
El Bond and Share _25% 2414
rails”lead¥ond
MARKET ADVANCES
Gains To More Than One
Point Made Against
Opposition
NEW YORK, May 29.—(£>)—The
bond market, particularly rail is
sues, made a good showing Wed
nesday in the face of cmsiderable
opposition.
Gains ranging to more than a
point were in the majority at the
finish, while losses were mostly
fractional.
Closing ahead were Santa Fe 4s
at 138 1-2, Baltimore and Ohio
stamped convertibles at 75, Cen
tral of N. J. 5s at 46 1-2, St! Paul
convertible 4 l-2s at 88 3-4, Erie
4 l-2s at 94 1-4, International Hy
dro Electric 6s at 99 1-4, and Le
high Valley 4 l-2s at 57 1-2
On the losing side were Miss
ouri Pacific “F” 5s at 97 1-8 N Y
Central “A” 4 1-2S at 93 1-2 Fris
p° 4,.1_2.s at 46> and Southern
Pacific 4 l-2s of ’81 at 109 1-4.
U S government in the longer
matunhes advanced again in the
stock exchange and over-the-coun
eL market in limited dealings.
Turnover of $4,430,000 compared
with $5,020,000 Tuesday.
BOND AVERAGES
Compiled By The Associated Press
May 29—
29 10 10 10 10
„ Balls Indus Util Fgn. U.Yld.
Net change A.l A.l A.2 A.l D.1
Wednesday 103.1 103.9 107.3 78.4 118.3
Prev. day 103.0 103.8 107.1 78.3 118.4
Week ago 102.7 103.8 107.4 78.2 118.6
Month ago 103.4 103.6 107.5 79.0 118.7
Year ago 100.9 104.4 107.4 73.8 117.6
1946 high 106.9 105.2 109.5 79.0 120.5
1948 lew 102.3 103.6 107.1 75.7 118.6
1945 high 103.9 105.5 108.5 76.7 118.7
1945 low 96.2 103.4 106.8 68.1 116.2
CHICAGO BUTTER
CHICAGO, May 29—UP)— (USDA)
—The butter market continued
firm and unchanged at OPA ceil
ing prices Wednesday. Egg* were
steady and unchanged.
CHARLOTTE SPOTS
CHARLOTTE, May 29.—W—
Spot cotton closed 27.95
"E" Bonds Redeemed by Months _
Monthly Redemption of United Stele* miujons
Saving* Bond*, Series "E" Only °fOOUAM
COTTON
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, May 29—(VP)— The
cotton futures market, after reach,
ing gains of 70 cents a bale and
new seasonal highs, turned reac
tionary Wednesday under hedge
selling and profit taking. Final
prices were 10 to 40 cents a bale
lower.
Commission house orders and
mill covering against textile orders
were stimulated by an unfavor
able government weekly weather
report and prospects for settlement
of the coal strike.
The Commodity Credit corp. an
nounced an interim loan to cover
the early movement of the 1946
crop of 21.80 cents a pound for
15-16 inch middling cotton. Trad
ers anticipated that the average
1946 loan, which will be based on
the mid-July cotton parity, will be
somewhat higher. Based on the
current parity, the 1946 loan would
be 22.31 cents compared with 21.09
cents on the 1945 crop.
Spot cotton markets were firm.
Futures closed 10 to 25 cents a
bale lower.
Open High Low Last
Jly 28.10 28.11 27.93 27.93 off 5
Oct 28.40 28.21 28.21 off 5
Dec 28.50 28.56 28.4u 28.40 off 2
Mch 28.65 28.71 28.53 28.60 off 4
May 28.69 28.75 28.59 28.60 off 4
Jly 28.62 28.64 28.53 28.52n off 4
Middling spot 28.55n off 5
n-nominal. b-bid.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS, May 25—(VP)—
Cotton futures closed steady 15
to 40 cents a bale lower.
Open High Low Close
Jly 28.08 28.12 27.97 27.96b off 5
Oct 28.39 28.41 28.23 28.24 off 8
Dec 28.53 28.58 28.41 28.43 off 4
Mch 28.72 28.75 28.58 28.58 off 4
May 28.75 28.77 28.60 28.60 off 6
B-bid.
NEW ORLEANS MIDDLING
NEW ORLEANS, May 29.—VP)—
The average price of middling
15-16th-inch cotton Wednesday at
ten designated southern spot mar
kets was 20 cents lower at 27.86
cents a pound; average for the
past 30 market days 27.80; mid
dling 7-8ths-inch average 26.23.
NEW ORLEANS SPOT
NEW ORLEANS, May 29.—(JP>—
Spot cotton closed steady 25 cents
a bale lower Wednesday. Sales
192. Low middling 22.50, middling
22.75. Good middling 28.15, receipts
3,437, stock 232,451.
LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO, May 29.—W>)—De
mand on the livestock market con
tinued' so strong Wednesday that
virtually all classes and grades
pressed harder than ever against
ceilings.
One trade analyst said that if
ceilings were absent price heights
“likely would go all the way back
to the first World War.”
As it was, 18 loads of choice
steers were glued to the $18.00
ceilings, more than a month’s run
earlier this year.- Long yearlings
were up to $17.90 and heifers
$17.85, and most steers ranged
from $16.25 to $17.65 with most
heifers from $15.75 to $17.25.
Scarce numbers of cows, bulls,
veal calves, and stockers failed to
come anywhere near satisfying the
demand.
Total receipts were 8,000 cattle,
500 calves, and 1,500 sheep.
RICHMOND LIVESTOCK
RICHMOND, Va., May 29.—(US
DA) — Hogs — Market steady at
ceiling; good and choice barrows
and gilts 120-330 lbs. and up $14.90
(flat); 100-120 lbs. $13.40; good
sows all weights $14.15; good stags
$14.15.
Cattle — Receipts light; market
nominally steady; few common
and medium cows $10.00-12.00.
canners and cutters mostly $7.50
j 9.50; good cows around $12.00
13.50; good heavy bulls $12.00-13.00
odd hegd $14.00; smooth medium
grade $11.00-12.00, common $9.00
10.00, some lower; good vealers
$17.0017.50, few choice higher
medium $15.00 - 16.00, common
$10.00-13.00, thin kinds lower”
!,eaay'
Lo£51 stockyards closed
for trading Thursday May 30.)
dairy products
CHICAGO, May 29.—(jP)—Butter,
firm and unchanged at ceiling
pr.1f.es,: Receipts 330,002; eggs, un
settled; receipts 35,831; trade un
changed.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
NEW YORK, May 29. — (/P) -
Cornmeal (100 lbs.) strong; white
granulated 4.38 l-2n; yellow 3.94
l-2ri. Other produce prices steady,
unchanged. N-nominal.
WASHINGTON POULTRY
WASHINGTON—U. S. Grade A
large 41. Broilers, fryers and
roasters. 34.4 to 34.7. A few small
leghorn broilers 30 cents.
GRAIN
CHICAGO GRAIN
CHICAGO, May 29—Iff)—Favor
able weather for growing crops
and increased country offerings
of oats weakened futures in that
grain Wednesday. Prices of new
oats contracts were down as much
as a cent and the March corn de
livery broke away from its ceil
ing for the first time in several
days.
Cash dealers reported the pur
chase of 45,000 bushels of oats for
future delivery, of which 35,000
bushels v.'as for new crop grain.
This brought to 110,000 bushels the
amount of oats purchased so far
this week. Dealers also bought
35,000 bushels of corn on a “to-ar
rive” basis.
At the close new oats contracts
were %-l% lower, August 83%,
and old contracts were unchanged
to % lower, September 80y4. March
corn finished down % at $1.46%.
Bid prices on new barley were
down a cent. All other grains were
unchanged.
Meanwhile, there were few in
dications of any easing in the tight
feed grain situation. The produc
tion and marketing administration,
a government agency, reported
from Atlanta that in the south
“some new crop oats are moving
to market with growers reporting
receiving prices ranging from 90
cents to $1.00 a bushel bulk basis
on the farm.”
The agency added that new crop
wheat in the south, “had already
sold at prices ranging from $2.00
to $2.15 a bushel, depending upon
location.”
Open High Low Close
Wheat (New)
^ng • .... .. .... . .. 1.98%
Nov . ..... 1.98%
Mar . .... • •••• . ,.M 1.98%
(Old)
Jly - ...» ..... 1.83%
Sep . .. 1.83%
Dec . ..... 1.83%
May . .. 1.83%
Corn (New)
Jan 1.46% 1.46% 1.46% 1.46%
Mar 1.46% 1.46% 1.46% 1.46%
(Old)
Jly •..• • •.... v.... 1.21%
Sep . 1.21%
Oats (New)
Aug 84% 84% 83% 83%
Nov 82% 82% 81% 81%
Mar 82% 82% 82 82
(Old)
Jly 83 83 83 83
Sep 80% 80% 80% 80%
Dec 80% 80% 80% 80%
Rye (New)
Nov . ..... 1.58%
Mar . •••• a .... . .... 1.58%
(Old);
J!y . . ..... 1.48%
SeP . -.— 1.48%
Dec 1.48%
Barley (New)
Nov . 1.32%
Mar ..... . —. ..... 1.33%
(Old;
31y ..... m .... • .... 1.26%
SeP . ..... 1.26%
Dec . -.— 1.26%
BOND QUOTATIONS
NEW YORK, May 29—(/P)— Clos
ing bonds.
At and S F 4s 95 . 138%
B and O 4s 48 .. 106%
C and Ei Inc 97 .. 701/.
C G W 4s 88 . 93
Cri and P 4S 34 .! 65%
D and Rg W 5s 55 .... 25
Hud C 5s 62A ............. 86%
Hud - Man 5s 57 . 791/
111 Cent 4%s 66 _. q44?
Int G N 6s 52 . "" g3
Mk and T Aj 5S 67
Mo PG 4s 67.... in,,?
mo p g 4s 75.. :?45;
N Y C Rig 5s 2013 ..:::;:* 99%
Nor and West 4s 96 .... 139
Nor Pac 4%s 2047 107
enn R R g 4%s 65 . 122%
Sou Ry Cn 5s 94 . 135
West Md 4s 52 .‘ 108
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 5S 55 . l1lnw.
Aust 56-}££
NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga., May 29._(fP)~
turpentine 83 1-2; offerings 14
sales 700; receipts 250; shipments
four; stocks 1,570.
Rosin: Offerings and sales, none
receipts 132; receipts 132- shm'
ments 70; stocks 5,200.
Quote: Prices unchanged.
RALEIGH POULTRY
RALEIGH, May 29.—(A1)_(NC
°A) ~ PoulWy and egg markets
steady and firm. U. S Grade A
IT!! f' Br°ilers and fryers strong
trend OF STAPLE prices
NEW YORK, May 29—rr,he As
salemt Pr*SS wei^ted' whole
Wednesrf6 mdjX °f 35 commodities
ednesday advanced to 119.54-H
119 23VrSiuay 119-47' week ag°
119.23, month ago 116.81, year ago
1946 1945 1944 1943
High 119.47 112.8I 108.73 107 54
nooa 112,02 107-90 106 03 103.43
uy26 average equals 100)
H-new 1946 high.
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