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HOME AND FOREIGN

[By Electric Telegraph—Copyright,] [Per Press Association.]

MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL, LONDON, September 26. (Received September 28, 1889, at 1 p.m.) The weekly returns of the Bank of England show the total reserve in notes and bullion to be L 12,304,000, being a decrease of L 76.000 compared wilh last week. .The proportion of reserve to liabilities is 42 per cent. Gonsojs (ex div.), LO7. New Zealand 4 per cent, inscribed stock, steady at 108 A. Australian wheat (ex warehouse) 39s 6d, and the market firmer; New Zealand longberried (cx store) is firmer at 38s 6d. Copper, L 43. Tin, L9O. Sugar : German beet, I3s Od (nominal); Java, 16s 9d. Iron firm at 495.

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HOME AND FOREIGN, Issue 8024, 28 September 1889

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HOME AND FOREIGN Issue 8024, 28 September 1889

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