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THE MARKETS

(P«b Prsss Association.)

London, Maroh 21.

[ For beef and mutton prices are unI changed. Stocks, however, are de- ; cteasing. The weekly returns of the Bank of England published to-day I show the total reserve m notes and bullion at and the pro--1 portion of reserve to liabilities at 425^ ■ per cent, being a increase of m the total reserve and an increase of a % per cent m the proportion of reserve to liabilities. The total quantity of wool arrived to date is 263,000 bales j sent forward to the manufacturing districts direct, 53,000 bales ; total available for the series, 335,000 bales. Sybnby, Maroh 22. The demand for wheat is easier. New Zealand sorts are quoted at 5s ad. There is no Victorian or South Australian wheat m the market. (Received Maroh 23, 12.17 p.m ) ' Mblbournb, Maroh 23. Wheat is dull at 5s 7d to 5s Bd. Brisbane, March 23. Flour is very strong at 17s 6d to 15s. London, Maroh 22. Consols, 972£ ex dividend. New Zealand Fours 103^, recovering the recent relapse, Wheat — New Zealand long-berried 40s 6d, operations restricted ; Australian, 41s 3d.

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 23 March 1889

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 23 March 1889

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