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The Markets.

[itfSIJ. PJVKS.S ASSOCIATION.] London, April 16. A general advance of 6d has taken place in the English wheat market. The £V>ntinental wheat market is steady, and the American is advancing. "•' '' jugndon, April 17. The wool market" i 3 brisk" ' Scoured ; merino is Id ; good greasy spits -3rd; and ' ;■ T ".■ , ■;.- Id below the prices realised .- ■; !•<■ .. ■. sales., Prices for cross-, breds and lambs are unchanged, (Received April 18, 12.30 p.m.) London, April 17. Bank rate of discount 3 per cent. Eight hundred tenders were received for the Victorian four million loan covering £13,613,000, tenders at £101 _9s 6d, get fifty per jcent, average price is expected t.o be £101 lls. A syndicate tendered for several million at* £3,01 9a 6d. Banks and syndicates tendered largely at lpvfov prices wibh the view of simply swelling fche tofcjil amount offered,' tlius lowering , of the bank rate of discount from 3i- to 3 per cent, and raising the average price' 5a with the exception of a few small out--3iders,

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The Markets., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 6552, 18 April 1890

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The Markets. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 6552, 18 April 1890

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