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MONEY AND MARKETS.

[Peb Pbess Association.— CoFraMHav]

LONDON, Ootobeb 21. The weekly ret urns of' the Bank of England, published to-day, shott the total Teaerve to be £12,156,000, the proportion of reserve to liabilities being 48.30 per cent. Three months’ bills are discounted at 2J per cent. Consols, 111 j. Quotations for colonial stocks.

The English wheat market is quiet and steady, the Continental steady, and the American is tending downward. The American visible supply of w* 28,584,000 bushels. -*eat is Californian milling wheat is f 3d; Russian,cargoes, 35s O' 5 piloted at 28a 39s 6d. a; new Duluth, The Bradford woo 1 v ward tendency. market has a down* Sugar is du) 1 ; • 10s 9d. German beet, Ss 6d; Java, No. 1 . Civ'" ■■* heat Scotch pig iron (f.o.b. in the -te), 45s L}d. Silver, 2s 3|d. ' ’ ~

Price. .Variation from Last Week. £ Bi' d, i%N.S.W. ... ... ... 123 0 0 Unchanged 34 % N.S.W.... .... .. 107 15 0 6s lower 3% N.S.W. ... ... ... 101 5 0 Unchanged 4 % Victorian 113 0 0 Unchanged 34% Victorian 107 15 0 5s lower 34 % South Australian 111. 0 0 ■Unchanged 3 % South Australian 100 5 0 6s higher i % Queensland 113 10 0 15s lower 34 % Queensland ... 107 15, 0 55 lower 34 % West Australian ' ... 106 0 0 Unchanged 34 % Tasmanian ... ... 110 0 0 Unchanged 4% New Zealand .... ... 11415 0 Bs lower 34 % New Zealand ... ; ... 103 0 (1 lOs.lower 3 % New Zealand .. - ... 101 10 0 5s lower

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MONEY AND MARKETS., Issue 10452, 23 October 1897

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MONEY AND MARKETS. Issue 10452, 23 October 1897

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