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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                News Stocks Move Higher Of NEW'YORK (Al1) sloclc market moved ahead after some early hesitan ey today in trading lightened by observance of Veterans Da1 in many areas of the nation. The 'i p.m. Dow Jones aver age of 30 i industrials was uj 4.23 at C7.39, and gainers held a 4-to-3 advantage over loscr.s on the New York Stock Ex change. Analysts said the early weak- ness Hit pushed the Dow down more than 3 points at one time was attributable at least partly to uncertainty over how long the coal strike would, last, as well as to continuing recession worries. The decline proved mild. Occidental Petroleum, the Big Board's most-active stock, LATG QUOTATIONS (Prom Lmnwm Urottiors Ups and Downs NEW YORK lollowina list shows the stocks lhal nave gone up ho most and down Iho most basea on percent ofChangs ontho New SIpcK Exchanno rcnardless ot volume. wet ana percenlaue changes are ditlcrence between yesterdays clc price anil todays las' price. UPS Name LJSI Nel PC 1 Albono Cyl fts Up 3 cSKlMwis ]f (JS 4 baga Corp 5 Guardn Mia Name 1 Arleii KIIV 2 (Viacponal 'j A jvieoicorp 4 OAC corp a f-nann 3va DOWNS ._ U Ulf lU.U NEW YORK (AP) New York Slock Excndnge soiuciid late prices: Pt nus High Low Last dig, A 1.32 13 04 49U Vi Aircoinc .yiJ o 'iu u AKiona l.w 4 AlcanAl 'i.ifl AllB'LUd l.wJ 'J 1j io'4 Ailyt-w i.jj. b AiloCh 6 67 Audit r Lao A iJ Idvi Allibdial i o-ij AlCOa 1.34 D IfiJ Amax 6 vj AMtJAC M A A Mess ,'MO a lod iJuVa Am Airlin is lu) b A Brntis 2.56 o AmBdcst .bo s td io% Am Can 2.2y 3 A cyan i 7 oJ iJ -i A Home .bfl io-u Amhosp .JJ AmMol ,2ue 4ta ANartjs 2.34 21 Suvi A Smelt 1.3U 3 UJ Amifaiid 4 oj wt Ha 3X0 9iii In l.i-i 6 oy AMP Inc .jj 2J vu jj Ampex Corp J UV J'.x Anacond It- 3 id AnchrH i i4 lo Apcco Corp 12 I'.'B ArctirD .250 9 64 Armco 1.60a 4 70 ArmsrCk 9 19 AshdOil 1.4Q 4 20 183h AsdDrG 1.40 6 V AtlRich 2.5U 13 159 9HS Allos Corp IB 28 MB Avco Corp 8 28 3 AvncMnc .30 AvOnPd 1.4U slipped lo 13% In sonic profit taking sifter a sharp advance in I lie issue last week. A snnre block laded at Control Data, which said it expected infialion and high in- Icrcst rates to continue lo put pressure on earnings in (he air- rent quarter, slipped to The NYSB's composite com- mon-stock index rose 10 to 39.73. At the American Slock Ex- change, the market value index was off .03 at 09.77, Texas International, the Amcx volume leader; advanced to 74i! 10 Joint Doero KI tide comm Kcullol nsscr Lllo Investors, ln< LTV Corn MflVtiHJ McCord Corp, Mid America Mid Ccnllnenl Ind Mlriclo Paxflll Inc Quaker Oals Ralll Flro Casually 14 -15 Va NorSIm ,30b 44 isv, y 9 ISI ionnett .44 Son Dynarn GenEI i 60 GnFood 1.40 1 an -.....ot GPubUt 1.60 GTelEI 1.80 GTIre- l.lOb Genosco Inc .BOb i terPd IK V3T ioulciln 1.10 GranfW 3op -IWnFIn JrGlant l.oa "revh 1.04a irumm .60 JullOII 1 70 GltStUt 1.12 3ullWn 50 jltWInd wt 5 Jlvi 7 23 W Occld Pet OhioEd 1.66 OklaGc 1.36 InCp 1.2U Omark .50 OtisElv OutAAar 1.20 OwenCn .86 Ovjenlll 1.60 4 21 V, 7 37 12H 1254-14 0 32713 8 74 10 28 19'A 7 i 5 4 17. 4 12 9 8U 5 10 8 12 13V4 1454 1? 19'A 10540 3V< 5143 IHi ?11? 19VS 29 3011 11 11 7 139 32 PacPetrl PacPw i to .......PacTT 1.20 V. 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At the close, soybeans were down 20 cents a bushel, Novem- ber Chicago wheat was mixed, December 5.13; Gulf hard red wheat was not traded; corn was Vn lower to 2'A higher, December 3.80 and oats were lower to 'A higher, December 1.85. C. R. Markefs Prices paid on the Cedar Rapids hog market Monday were lower. Prices paid Saturday for the aulk of country and plant deliv- ired butchers weighing 200 to 230 Ibs., depending on grade and condition were Packing sows 300 Ibs. down were Butchers over 230 Ibs. are 50c off for each 10 Ibs., to 250; over 250, 75c for each 10 Ibs. to 270; over 270 !bs., off for each additional 10 ibs. of weight. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-360 Ibs., 50c oG each weight grade to SOC and 75c off each weight grade above 500 !bs. CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime sloers ____ Choice and orlme heifers ....S3fi.QO-i3a.00 n steers S34.00-S38.oo heller 3.5% from Oil Price lly Associated Press Three Arab oil slates have cut their oil prices by 3.5 percent. Hut they also increased taxes ;md royalties charged foreign oil companies, making it unlikc- y that consumers will get any reduction. Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the J n i t e d Arab Emirates an- nounced on Sunday they were slicing 40 cents off the posted price of per barrel of crude oil. They said this would in effect through next July. This applies to the govern- ments' 60 percent share of their countries' oil production which hey sell back to the oil compa- nies or to other purchasers. 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