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.----.MONEY MARKET—FEIB.\V.

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE.—YESTERDAY.

LONDON CORN MARKET.-FRIDAY.

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LONDON CORN MARKET.-FRIDAY. WHEAT.—Owing to the fine weather the trade is in a quiet state to day, and prices- have a drooping tendency. The show of English wheat has been limited, and only a moderate supply of foreign has been on sale. Transac- tions have been restricted, and forced sales have only been concluded on former terms. BARLEY.-There has been a moderate supply of barley on offer. The trade has been dull, at barely late rates. MALT has met a slow sale, on former terms. OATS.—Fair supplies of oats have been on the stands, Sales have progressed slowly, at drooping prices. MAIZE has been quiet on former terms. BEAHS and PEAS have been dealt in to a limited, extent at previous quotations. FLOUR has been quiet at Monday's prices. METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET.—FRIDAY, There have been moderate supplies of meat on offer. There has been a fair demand for most descriptions, and jiricss have ru)ed firm. CORK BUTTER MARKET. -FRIDVY. Ordinary Firsts, 112s. Seconds, 105s thiids, 91s. fourths, 77s. fifths, 45s. Mild cured Firsts, 115s. secondri. 108a; thirds, 100s. In the market, 2,250 firkins. WOOL MARKET.—FRIDAY. There was a fair attendance at the colonial wool sales, and biddings are brisk, both home r>nd foreign buyers operating freely. Prices axe well maintained, and j the opening decline has been fully recovered. A rather large quantity of greasy wool has been taken for America. LONDON METAL MARKET.—FRIDAY. Copper advanced 9:3 per ton, both for Chili and Austra- lian English unsettled. Tin quiet; straits, P,150 to P,151 on the spat; Banca, nominally 9156 Billiton, 2152 tin- plates very firm; spelter and lead unchanged; Scotch pig iron 115s. Large export orders from Russia and America.

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