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MONEY AND MARKETS.

(Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright,

LONDON, November 19. (Received November 20, at 2.30 p.m.)

Wheat. —Firm and in sympathy with Wednesday's improvement in America. There is little demand for Australian landed at 50s. Flour: Firm. Australian in store, 36s to 36s 6d. Barley : Firm. Australian chevalier, 33s to 355. Bean 6 and Peas: Firm and unchanged. Oats are quiet. La Plata, December and January shipments, 22s 9d. Butter : Very linn, and w'ith good inquiry for colonial. Australian choicest salted, 1245, 1265, and 128s; unsalted, 128s to 130s; New Zealand, 128s to 130s. Silver, 22M per oz. The stock of gold coin is £72,018,000; reserve, £55,707,000; proportion of reserve to liabilities, 34.04; circulation, £35.313,000; public deposits, £16,286,000; other deposits, £147,335,000; Government securities, £18,601,000; other securities, £107,105X00. Short loans, 1/, per cent.; three months* bills, 3£ per cent. Copper.—Spot, £53 12s 6d; three months, £53 l<s 6d; electrolytic, £55 15s. Tin.—Spot, £135 15s; three mouths, £135 10s. Pig iron, 50s. Lead, £lB. Spelter, £25 to £25 ss. Sugar.—Foreign granulated, 27s 3d. , „ , . Bradford is cWrful; everything is in the sellers favor except merinos for future delivery.

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MONEY AND MARKETS., Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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MONEY AND MARKETS. Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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