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Waihis eased this morning somewhat sharply, sales being effected at 38s, while sellers were prepared to do further business at that figure—buyers, however, declining to advance over 37s 9d. A parcel of Junctions changed bands at 23s 6d, after which buyers offered 23s 3d against 23s 5d without any further business being done. Talismans, which were ex div. of 2s, met with inquiry at 26s 6d, sellers asking 27s 6d. A good many investment stocks were in demand at more or less late rates, but there were few declared sellers. A sale was reported in New Zealand Drugs at 42s 6d.

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THE SHARE MARKET, Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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THE SHARE MARKET Issue 15670, 8 December 1914

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