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FOREIGN EXCHANGES.

FOREIGN EXCHANGES.

1 Tha general tendency of the foreign exchangee 1 was adverse to this country under the influence of fresh setback in the New York sterling rate. Paris was again under 123.80, and both Berlin and Madrid were easier. South American ex> changes were firm, and in the Eastern group
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RECENT ISSUES.

RECENT ISSUES.

Price Ris« o' _ „ or Imo«. Stock. Quotation*. FalL 74 B. Ayres Gt Sthrn 4% Deb. £24 pd % pm. +%, 99% Central Condon Rly New 5%, £25 3%pm. +% 95 Ceylon Govt. In« Stk, £45 pd pm. +% 91% Light and Coke 4%%, £5 I>d 2% pm. +% 98 Gen Elec Deb, £25 pd.. pm. +% 100 Inia Bonde, £5 .... 3
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE.

GLASGOW STOCK EXCHANGE.

GILT-EDGED AGAIN BUOYANT; ATTOCK OILS GOOD. Glasgow, Monday. The chief feature was still the support in evidence for the longer-dated Government loans, which showed further sub. stantial gains. The lhree-and-a-Half Per Cent. Conversion Loan was | up 82j, Two-and-e-Half Per Cent.
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SPECULATIVE INTEREST IN TEXTILE SHARES

SPECULATIVE INTEREST IN TEXTILE SHARES

L.N.E. Railway's New Debenture Stock By a Special Correspondent T _ London, Monday. HE recently issued London and North- 000 ' 000 E°ur-anda-Half Per Cent. Debenture stock, offered at a price of 90 per cent., proved a greater success than expected Allotments were quite small. Th
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DIVIDENDS AND REPORTS

DIVIDENDS AND REPORTS

LONDON GENERAL INVESTMENT; SHIPPING COMPANIES. Leeds Shipping Co. —No interim dividend. Kandapolla Tea. —Dividend 5 per cent., interim (unchanged). Midland Tar Distillers.—Dividend 5 cent, for year; £26,611 forward. Nautilus Steam Shipping.—Loss £48,203- credit balance of £2096
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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SECOND INVESTORS' MORTGAGE

SECOND INVESTORS' MORTGAGE

REVENUE AGAIN INCREASED. Ihe report of the Second Investors' Mortgage Security Company shows balance of revenue for the year ended 30th September £111,152, and £8192 was brought in. rinal dividend on Ordinary stock at rate of 14 per cent., less tax, making 14 per cent, for the y
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LONDON FLOUR PRICE RAISED.

LONDON FLOUR PRICE RAISED.

The price of London straight run flour has been advanced 6d 28s 6d per sack for country delivery, and 27s 6d for delivery in the London area.
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
SHARES OFFERED FOR SALE AT FORFAR.

SHARES OFFERED FOR SALE AT FORFAR.

Two hundred and fifty shares, each, of Messrs Craiks, Ltd., Forfar, were exposed for sale "by public roup at Messrs & Graham's auction mart, Forfar, yesterday. With the bidding at 15s, the lot was withdrawn.
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FISH MARKETS.

FISH MARKETS.

MONTROSE.—No boats at sea owing to the heavy GOURDON.—Owing to stormy weather and hoavy sea running no boats put to sea and no fish landed. ARBROATH.—Owing stormy weather only four line and nine seine ne boats put to sea. Line codlings realised 22s per box. Seine nert. boats ret
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
GRAIN MARKETS.

GRAIN MARKETS.

F<m FA ß_M°re supplies on offer, and condition atf, l 5 10 16s ; barley, 20s to 225. Wheat not quotable. market easier; prices unauotah'e •' . a . y Ete dy at ss. Wheat sowing °nljr the. best samples selling for BALTIC).—Wheat cargo market week ii turn easier following disappoin
4 November 1930 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland