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THE WOOL SALES
SYDNEY. November 11
The wool market continues to display great irregularity fi»r all but the best merinos. Cross-breds sold r-t yesterday's Medium and faulty sorts mre again easier and riihVtilt to sell. THE MARKETS. LONDON, November 11. (Received November 12, at 12.15 p.m.) The Metal Exchange will be. reopened fuilv on Mondav. Copper, £SO *los to £SO 15s: rle.-tro-Ivtic. £52 15s to £53 ss. ' Tin, £l5B 15s to £l3O 15s. Silver. 22jjd per m. Linseed oil, £25 7s 6d. Turpentine, 355.
(TIE WHEAT MARKET
LONDON. November 11. (Received November 12, at 12.15 p.m.) Wheat. —Quiet and unchanged, the tendency being slightly in the. buyers' favor. The "American visible supply is 116,160.000 bushels. The American Government estimate the winter and spring wheat at 892.000.000 bushels.
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COMMERCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914