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Money Harket. CITY, SEPT. 21'.—Business in the Stock Exchange to-<Jav is extremely inactive, yet the general-tone is firm, owing chiefly to the somewhat mere encouraging-tendency of the money market.. Foreign bonds, in a few instances, are a fraction- better, the prominent exception being the Confederate Loan which has again fallen heavily. The discount market rei mains quiet, and the rate for good bills is unchanged, -t 81, to 9 per cent. The supply of money is abundant. In the Stock Exchange short loans are obtainable at 4 per cent. Consols are now quoted 88t to J for money, and 88" to for the account (Oct. 11). The official business report is as fol- lows:—Three per Cent. Consols, for money, 88J, ditto, for account, 88J; Three per Cents. Reduced, 81,1 New. Three per Cents., 86f, -f; India Five per Cent. Stock, 1031,104%; Exchequer Bills, March, 5s, 12s dig ditto, June, 23s dis.— The railway market is inactive to-day, yet the tendency "on the whole is mther favourable. South Eastern stock con- tinues in demand, and has further improved i per cent. Midland and Lancashire and Yorkshire have also risen t. The other leading lines present no variation. London and North Western stock is now quoted 110i to 111, ex div. Great Wester a 68 to |, ex div.; Midland, 128i to 129, ex div. Lancashire and Yorkshire, 113J to 114-i; South Eastern, 82f to i, ex div.; Metropolitan, 105 to i, ex div. London and South Western, 93 to 94, ex div.; Great Eastern' 44Jto45J; Caledonian, 1234 to 124i: and Great North 128| to'1291 ex div.

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