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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurxiav, September 14, 1972 TKt LFTHMlDGf HMALD 23 Market continues in upward trend TORONTO (CP) Prices on the Toronto slock market climbed slightly higher in light mid-morning trading today. The industrial index rose .43 to 211.35 and wester.-n oils .23 to 251.88. The gold index, how- ever, dropped .32 to 203.27 and base metals .10 to 94.63. Volume by 11 a.m. was 000 shares, compared with 000 shares traded by the same time Wednesday. Sectors of the market pulling It up were beverage, paper and forest, pipeline and construc- tion and material stocks while merchandising, general manu- facturing, communication and chemical issues declined frac- tionally. Advances outnumbered de- clines ,12fi to 83 while 161 issues remained unchanged Falconbridge. Nickel rose 1 to Hamilton Group to Pete Occidental S15V4, Kelvlnator te to and Milton Brick to Interpool slipped 1% lo B.C. Forest 1 to Consumers Distributing to Gul Oil to and Peoples De- partment Sore is- to Pan Central climbed 15 cents to Sherritt Gordon Va ti S15% and Branda Mines iivi cents to Bankeno droppec 15 cents to and Chemalloy 10 cents to Sunningdale advanced 1 cents to J5.95, Chieftain Vs t and Pan Ocean Vi t 1014. Canadian Reserve de- lined 10 cents to MONTREAL (CP) The anking sector led aeross-the- oard advances in light early j-ading on the Montreal slock larket today. On index, banks advanced .82 i 271.48, industrials .30 to 226.91, the composite .30 to 18.70, utilities .06 to 159.81 and .apers .01 lo 93.20. Combined volume on the Montreal and Canadian stock exchanges at 11 a.m. was 00 shares compared with 100 shares at the same time Wednesday. Canada Cement Lafarge was jp a point lo while Holli- nger dropped Va to and ?raser lz to NEW YORK (AP) The stock market had trouble today trying to sustain Wednesday1 s modest gains. Prices mixed after some early gains, with trading still slow. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industritds was oft 2.11 to 947.77, but gaining issues had a 4-lo-3 lead over losers on Ihe New York Stock Exchange. Earlier the margin had been 2 to 1. Mclntyre Porcupine dropped a point to Off were Dis- tillers Seagrams at and Dome Mines at On the Amex Prascan was up Vi at and Canadian Javelin down at Grain prices Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP> Rape- seed prices advanced slightly in a good volume of exporter buying at mid-session on the Winnipeg Grain Exchange to- day. Flax prices were down frac- tionally in a dull trade, oats and barley fluctuated fraction- ally and rye was relatively firm. Volume of trade Wednesday was bushels of flax, of rapesecd and of rye. Mid-session prices Flax: Oct. Hi lower Nov. 2 lower 3.MA. Dec. IVi lower a.OGViA, May 1V4 lower 3.16A. Rapeseed Vancouver: Sept IVi higher 2.64V4A, Nov. 1'A higher 2.63B, Jan. m higher 2.03B, March VA higher Z.CUfeB. Rapeseed Thunder Bay: Oct. ?s higher Nov. ?i high- er Dec. 14 higher 2.42KB, May higher 2.5OTiB. Oats: Oct. lower Dec. V, higher 81V4B, May higher l.miA, Dec. V, higher 1.22'AA, May lower 1.25V4B, July not open. Rye: Oct. unchanged 1.16, Dec. lower May lower 1.23B, July 1 lower 1.26. Grain quotes Wednesday (basis High Low Close Miscellaneous quotations Vancouver, Calgary. Montreal (Supplied by Doherty, McCualg Limited) LAST 15ID Oil SALE ouottt) a.m. Quctes) a.m. WESTERN OILS Husky Oil Gr In Shares Atmlnex i.39 Husky Oil B _ Alia t'ait 7.i5 Husky OH War Asnmera 13.87Vi Inter frov Pipe Ashland Inter Prov Sfetl BP Oil Gas 5.60 Kaiser Res Can. Soiilh 7.05 Ctfrt Ex Gas 3.65 MGF Manage Cdn Homesld B.60 Pacific Cdn Ind Gai Oil Rainier Uniform stock market rules would be problem Flax Oct Noy 317% Dec May 319% 3L6Vi 31G 317% Rapeseed Vancouver Sep 266 253 'A NOV 264 260% Jan 264 Mar 259 316 316 317% 263% Cdr, Super Cdn Long li Charter Chleltan Dome Gt Plains Gt Cdn Oil Lochlel Norrh Cdn oil Nwmac Pancdrt Peta Pan Ocean Petrel Pinna da Place Gas Ponder Ranger Scurry Rato Spooner Setbens Total Ulsler W. Decslla Weil Pe1e 1 11 sandwell Teledyno West Cdn Seed Vflilte Yukon Gr Equity 4.7S Invest Or t- 11.35 Invwl Mutual 13.62'A Mulual Ac 2.JO Mutual Gr F 30.25 N W Cdn N W Gr 42.75 Principal Gr 3.95 Temp Gr 4 25 Unlled Ac AI2Vi 14.50 Vanguard 1.00 Unlvesl 1.12 9.14 TJ.3? 1J.5S Prospects look for U.S.-Soviet trade pact 17.50 14.00 15.12'A 1.30 .33 71.00 >oa 7..D 1.43 6.10 10.W MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRIE Aqultalne Brlnco Cdn Brew A Cdn Brew B Ccfn Pacific Inv Crowsnei! Ind Cygnus A Falcon Copper Genslar Home A Home S Hus Bay Co Hud Bay on Hud Day Pld Hugh RimcIL CALGARY Acroll On North Cent Western Warner PIP LINE STOCKS Alia Gas A 59.00 Alta Gas Pitt 49.00 Alia Nat Gas 20.87 Inland Nat Gas 14.4? N and C Gas 12.37 N nnd C B Pfd 27.00 Pacific Trans 12.75 Gai Metro 4.90 GUI Melro A 70.12 Trans Cda Pips Trans Cda B Trans Cda A 64.53 Trans Cda War 12.37 WC Trans 28.12 36.12W WC Trans VJts 6.45 4.00 MUTUAL FUNDS J'.OO Great Pacific 37.50 All Cdn Com 24J5 Al Cdn Divld 26.50 AM Cdn Vent 7.B7W Amr Gr F 7_87'A AGF Spatial Cdn Invest F Ccl ftlulual Cmnw Inter Cmnw Lev Cmnw Vent Corp Invest Corp In St F AHon Alias Explcr Balh Norw .OlVj Brenda Churchill Copper Davervporf Dankoe Dclly Vartfen 1 EquMtxial Fort Relfance Giant Mascot Graiste Lornex Lytton Minerals 1 Primer Pyramid 5.70 6.26 5.02 5. SI 7.23 0.02 1.77 5.52 6.94 9-32 9.14 10.15 655 .51 .60 .34 9.35 5.05 7.W 9.10 WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- idential adviser Henry A. Kis- singer is returning from Mos- cow with good prospects for signing of a broad United States-Soviet trade agreement within a month or less, admin- istration sources say. At the same time, the sources cautioned against a report from Moscow forecasting the pact would produce billion worth of U.S.-Soviet trade by 1977. Writer Victory Louis, a Soviet citizen who has had an inside 13.EO 14.75 36.00 35.50 rd 1.12 .55 r 9-CQ RIAL d.E9 5.34 Block Bros 3.15 D.51 9.30 B.C. Suger 21.00 9.31 BX Sugar Pfd 15.00 -J.20 4.40 Capt 3.P5 4.E5 Columbia Brew 3.05 Crcslbrcok F Irvd 3.50 5.20 5.70 Hys 3.00 6.30 7.47 Key IndUSt .69 14.95 16.43 Paciffc W Air 22.75 4.05 4.45 Stampede [nil Res .75 6.12 B.92 OILS 4.23 Albany Oil 1-OS 5.13 5.71 Plains Pele -U Dreyfus F U.S. 12.77 14.00 West Explor 260 Rapeseed Thunder Bay Oct 247 tt 245 ft 246 242 242 250 250 Toronto mines., industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quctesl a.m. Quotes) (lliDO a.m. Quoit MINES Ostsko .21 Canadian money in pipeline urged EDMONTON