P128 CEEFAX 128 Sat 20 Oct 20:00/00    1/3      WALL STREET Close The stock market bo1nced back from Thursday's dro— to close mndDstly higher as investors cautiously returned to the market Dhe Dow Jones industrial average closed 9N06 points higher at 2149.89 NYSE trading was moderate, with about 146 million shares chaNfhng hands. * Thd US bu$fdt was in surplus by $10.21bn in September, the final month of the 1988 fiscal year, compared with a surplus of $15.20bn in September 1987N
P128 CEEFAX 128 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/01   1/3      'ALL STREET Close The stock market bounced back from Thursday's drop to close modestly higher as investors cautiously returned to the market. The Dow Jones industrial average closed 9N06 points higher at 2149.89N NYSE trading was moderate, with about 146 million shares changing hands. * The US budget was in surplus by $10.21bn in September, the final month of the 1988 fiscal year, compared with a surplus of $15.20bn in September 1987N Long Bond 131 Indices 126 ForEx CityHeads FTIndices Headlines
P128 CEEFAX 128 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/11   2/3      WORLD STOCKS Close Australia A lack of direction overseas, rising interest rates, and anticipation of Bell's BHP share placement conspired to take markets lower in heavy options- related tradeN "Everybody's comfortable but no one's enthusiasticN We're still looking for direction as much as anyone else. But there's none coming from offshore," said one brokerN Tokyo Shares closed mixed after a see- saw session, as volume soared to 2.5bn shares on the first day of trading for November delivery. "We're getting a lot of momentum. But the stories haven't changed," said one brokerN Market Indices 126 ForEx CityHeads FTIndices Headlines
P128 CEEFAX 128 Sat 29 Oct 21:40/01   3/3      WORLD STOCKS Hong Kong Stocks closed little changed, as the HK & Shanghai Hotels bid battle reached a conclusion. Brokers said the controlling Kadoorie family had raised its holdings to nearly 40pc from around 33pc and had successfully fended off Cathay City's hostile bid. Brokers said most investors were reluctant to adopt new positions ahead of the weekendN Frankfurt Shares closed mixed after a moderate day's tradingN "It's been an active week. Now people are taking a little profit. But the outlook is still good," said one dealer. Strong foreign demand for cars persistedN Market Indices 126 ForEx CityHeads FTIndices Headlines
P128 CEEFAX 128 Sat 29 Oct 20:01/04   1/3       ALL STREET Close The stock market bounced back from Thursday's drop to close modestly hig—er as investors cautiously returned to the market. T—e Dow Jones industrial average closed 9 06 points higher at 2149.89. 146 million shares changing (ands. * The US bu$fdt was in surplus by $10.21bn in September, the final month of the 1988 fiscal year, compared with a surplus of $15.20bn in September 1987N Long Bond 131 Indices 126 ForEx CityHeads FTIndices Headlines