[Bank of England and Money Market. 1867. (Fortsetzung)]

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The Money Market Review, 6. Juli 1867. S. 14; 13. Juli 1867. S. 40; 20. Juli 1867. S. 64; 28. Juli 1867. S. 92; 3. August 1867. S. 122; 10. August 1867. S. 150; 17. August 1867. S. 178; 24. August 1867. S. 206; 31. August 1867. S. 234; 7. September 1867. S. 260; 14. September 1867. S. 284; 21. September 1867. S. 308; 28. September 1867. S. 334.
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Bank of England from week ending 3 July 1867 to 25 September 1867.
Week ending 1) Circulation issued 2) Circulation active 3) Bullion. Issue Dpt. 4) Reserve Notes 5) Reserve Coin 6) Total Reserve 7) Public Deposits 8) Private Deposits 9) Gvt. Securities 10) Private securities 11) Total Bullion et Coin. Both Departments.
3 July

£.36,442,570

I 340,320

24,353,860

I. 1,148,950

21,442,570

12,088,710

D 808,630

1,053,285

13,141,995

D 939,779

9,356,727

D 1,748,686

18,868,210

I 1,014,104

12,830,773

D. 55,541

20,465,251

I 358,175

22,495,855

I 209,171

10 July

36,390,030

D. 52,540

24,053,080

D 300,780

21,390,030

12,336,950

I 248,240

1,151,201

13,488,151

I 346,156

5,121,309

D 4,235,418

21,232,551

I 2,364,341

No change

18,361,530

D 2,094,721

22,541,231

I 45,376

17 July

£36,559,685

I 169,655

24,199,430

I 146,350

21,559,685

12,360,255

I 23,805

1,127,041

13,487,296

D 855

4,618,373

D 502,936

20,895,525

D 337,026

No change

17,576,507

D 785,023

22,686,726

I 145,495

24 July

£36,557,895

D £1,790

24,102,715

D 196,715

21,557,895

12,555,180

I 194,925

1,213,969

13,769,149

I 281,853

4,697,247

I 78,874

20,775,813

D 119,712

No change

17,248,489

D 328,018

22,771,864

I 85,138

31 July

£36,725,265

I 167,370

24,182,960

I 180,245

21,725,265

12,542,305

D 12,875

1,201,188

13,743,493

D 25,656

4,898,151

I 200,904

20,593,817

D 181,996

No change

17,322,457

I 73,968

22,926,453

I 154,589

7 August

£.37,042,835

I 317,570

24,343,480

I 160,520

22,042,835

12,699,355

I 157,050

1,212,729

13,912,084

I 168,591

5,189,684

I 291,533

19,856,932

D 736,885

12,812,373

Decr. 18,400

16,763,303

D 559,154

23,255,564

I 329,111

14 August

£37,287,810

I 244,975

24,113,270

D 230,210

22,287,810

13,174,540

I 475,185

1,203,703

14,378,243

I 466,519

5,508,038

I 318,354

19,947,453

I 90,521

No change

16,723,849

D 39,454

23,491,513

I 235,949

21 August

£37,358,310

I 70,500

23,931,890

D 181,380

22,358,310

13,426,420

I 251,880

1,174,351

14,600,771

I 222,528

6,526,514

I 1,018,476

19,468,445

D 479,008

No change

17,052,659

I 328,810

23,532,661

I 41,148

28 August

£37,325,395

D 32,915

23,693,810

D 238,080

22,325,395

13,631,585

I 205,165

1,249,331

14,880,916

I 280,145

7,350,218

I 823,704

18,870,130

D 598,315

No change

16,976,823

D 75,836

23,574,726

I 42,065

4 Sept.

£37,859,110

I 533,715

24,062,940

I 369,130

22,859,110

13,796,170

I 164,585

1,213,172

15,009,342

I 128,426

7,673,107

I 322,889

18,866,324

D 3,806

12,845,272

Incr. 32,899

17,456,518

I 479,695

24,072,282

I 497,556

11 Sept.

£38,126,665

I 267,555

23,720,295

D 342,645

23,126,665

14,406,370

I 610,200

1,221,867

15,628,237

I 618,895

7,944,522

I 271,415

19,154,778

I 288,454

No change

17,359,943

D 96,575

24,348,532

I 276,250

18 Sept.

£38,329,665

I £203,000

23,706,425

D 13,870

23,329,665

14,623,240

I 216,870

1,168,782

15,792,022

I 163,785

7,974,897

I 30,375

19,165,910

I 11,132

12,895,272

I. 50,000

17,216,262

D 143,681

24,498,447

I 149,915

25 Sept.

£38,237,860

D 91,805

23,408,105

D 298,320

23,237,860

14,829,755

I 206,515

1,209,983

16,039,738

I 247,716

8,361,152

I 386,255

18,919,280

D 246,630

No change

17,121,694

D 94,568

24,447,843

D 50,604

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The Money Market Review, 6. Juli 1867. S. 14; 13. Juli 1867. S. 40; 20. Juli 1867. S. 64; 28. Juli 1867. S. 92/93; 3. August 1867. S. 122; 10. August 1867. S. 150; 17. August 1867. S. 178; 24. August 1867. S. 206; 31. August 1867. S. 234; 7. September 1867. S. 260; 14. September 1867. S. 285; 21. September 1867. S. 308; 28. September 1867. S. 335.
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Operations of Clearing House from week ending 3 July 1867 until 25 Sept. 1867.
Week ending 3 July Thursday June 27 Friday June 28 Saturday Sat. June 29 Monday July 1 Tuesday Tuesd. July 2 Wednesday Wd. July 3 Total for week Settlement on Friday; Saturday last business day of half year.
£.8,505,000 £16,234,000 £13,779,000 12,094,000 10,739,000 8,787,000 £70,138,000
Week end. 10 July July 4 July 5 July 6 8 July 9 July 10 July This Returns Return includes the Dividend Period.
10,903,000 10,487,000 11,467,000 11,306,000 10,704,000 12,622,000 £67,489,000
Week ending 17 July July 11 12 July 13 July 15 July 16 July 17 July Payments on Tuesday (16 July) in connexion with Stock Exchange Settlement.
£10,161,000 11,415,000 11,738,000 11,894,000 17,261,000 9,284,000 £71,753,000
Week ending 24 July July 18 19 July 20 July 22 July 23 July 24 July
£10,764,000 8,874,000 9,992,000 9,926,000 10,146,000 8,428,000 £58,130,000
Week ending 31 July July 25 26 July 27 July 29 July 30 July 31 July 7 or 8 millions on Wed. (31 July) from settlement in shares and stock et Foreign Stocks.
£.8,278,000 £9,168,000 9,787,000 8,385,000 9,034,000 16,033,000 £60,685,000
Week ending 7 August August 1 2 Aug. 3 Aug. 5 Aug. 6 Aug. 7 Aug.
£.9,541,000 10,601,000 12,510,000 9,416,000 9,024,000 9,410,000 £60,502,000
Week end. 14 August 8 Aug. 9 Aug. 10 Aug. 12 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 Aug.
£10,701,000 9,696,000 10,590,000 9,101,000 10,431,000 9,777,000 £60,296,000
Week end. 21 August 15 Aug. 16 Aug. 17 Aug. 19 Aug. 20 Aug. 21 Aug.
£16,309,000 11,242,000 11,275,000 9,145,000 8,175,000 7,583,000 £63,729,000
Week end. 28 August 22 Aug. 23 Aug. 24 Aug. 26 Aug. 27 Aug. 28 Aug. Shows that business flat.
£8,093,000 9,036,000 10,068,000 7,176,000 7,812,000 8,254,000 £50,439,000
Week end. 4 Sept. 29 Aug. 30 Aug. 31 Aug. 2 Sept. 3 Sept. 4 Sept. Over Average. Settlement in Share und Foreign Markets. Payment of Railway Dividends, and exceptional requirements for 4th of Month.
£7,027,000 15,762,000 11,233,000 9,948,000 8,438,000 11,887,000 £64,295,000
Week end. 11 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept. 9 Sept. 10 Sept. 11 Sept. Amount fallen back to the recent low average.
£8,045,000 8,289,000 10,036,000 8,660,000 10,786,000 8,427,000 £54,223,000
Week end. 18 Sept. 12 Sept. 13 Sept. 14 Sept. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. 18 Sept. Slight Increase by Stock Exchange Settlement.
£6,804,000 14,341,000 10,699,000 8,863,000 8,451,000 8,808,000 £57,996,000
Week end. 25 Sept. 19 Sept. 20 Sept. 21 Sept. 23 Sept. 24 Sept. 25 Sept. Total even below the recent low average.
£6,870,000 8,074,000 10,484,000 7,649,000 8,191,000 8,989,000 £50,257,000

(Verte)|

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The Money Market Review, 6. Juli 1867. S. 3; 13. Juli 1867. S. 40; 20. Juli 1867. S. 55; 28. Juli 1867. S. 79; 3. August 1867. S. 111; 10. August 1867. S. 139; 17. August 1867. S. 167; 24. August 1867. S. 195; 31. August 1867. S. 223; 7. September 1867. S. 251; 14. September 1867. S. 275; 21. September 1867. S. 299; 28. September 1867. S. 323.
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Bank of France (Rate of Discount for French Bank und B.o.E. From Week ending July 3 to ending 25 Sept. 1867[)].
Week ending 3 July. Week ending 10 July. Week ending 17 July. Week ending 24 July. Week ending 31 July. Week ending 7 August Week ending 14 August Week ending 21 August Week ending 31 Aug. 1867.
1) Coin et Bullion I £82,840 D 1,026,500 I 253,300 I. £460,000 I £272,000 I £700,000 I 480,000 I £752,000 I £662,065

Total Stock: £37,970,432

2) Discounts. Loans. I 592,000 D 80,000 I 173,300 D 306,640 I 266,600 No change D 320,000 D 246,500 I 120,164
3) Minimum Discount Rate 21/2 both Banks  Diese Angabe nicht in der Quelle. Ergänzung von Marx.
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No change 21/2 English: 2% 21/2% Engl. 2% 21/2 Engl. 2% 21/2% Engl. 2% 21/2% Engl. 2% No change
4) Notes mit Public I. 1,786,640 I 627,000 I. 773,300 I 306,640 I. 1,066,600 D. 840,000 D 20,000 D 360,000 I 180,000
5) Stock (Coin, Bullion) £.35,460,960  Diese Angabe nicht in der Quelle. Ergänzung von Marx.
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£34,434,460
£34,685,970 £35,145,320 £35,417,530 £36,119,095 36,600,000 37,350,291 Week ending 24 July. Wenig increase in discounts, aber much in notes for circulation.
Week ending 4 Sept. Week ending 11 Sept. Week ending 18 Sept. Week ending 25 Sept.
1) Coin et Bullion I. 500,000 I 344,000 I. £100,000 D. £608,000
2) Discounts. Loans. D 96 000 D 653,500 D. 13 500 I 240,000
3) Minimum Rate Discount 21/2 English 2% No change No change No change
4) Notes mit Public

I. 160,000

Notes Total
44,859,705£

D 560,000

Notes Total
44,297,765£

£333,500

Notes Total
£44,635,150

D 27,000

Total of Notes
£44,606,025

5) Stock of Coin et Bullion £38,467,800 £44,297,765 £44,635,150 £38,299,700 Both Bank o. E. und F. £62,747,543

Notices to Money Market von Week ending 3 July 1867 to week ending 10 August 1867

Week ending July 6. 1867.

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The Money Market Review, 6. Juli 1867. S. 14.
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B.o.E. at this period a large amount of coin usually quits the Bank for the purpose of internal circulation, yet the coin and bullion on this occasion show increase of £209,171.

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The Money Market Review, 6. Juli 1867. S. 15.
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Mercantile Embarrassments: Sir Morton Peto, Bart. M.P., Edward Ladd Betts , and Thomas Russell [Crampton] , railway contractors, adjudged bankrupts. Assets of George Beard in Iron Trade, who recently failed, not 5s. in £.

Week ending July 13, 1867:

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The Money Market Review, 13. Juli 1867. S. 40.
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B.o.E. Glut of money. The payments on dividends, which commenced on 9 July, attended with increase of £346,156 in the Reserve, instead of the decrease usual on such occasions. Ditto Increase of coin et bullion in Bank.

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The Money Market Review, 13. Juli 1867. S. 40.
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Mercantile Embarrassments: Liverpool: Failure of Mellor et Southall, old respectable firm in Brazilian trade. Liab. £300,000. Manchester et Bradford: W. Brunner, of New York, mit establishments at above said places. Liab. to 1/4 Mill. £.

Week ending July 20.

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The Money Market Review, 20. Juli 1867. S. 64.
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B.o.E. The decrease of £785,023 in private securities shows how steadily the Bank’s Loan and Discount Business is falling off trotz 21/2 Minimum discount Rate, but owing to Gvt. and private Deposits withdrawal, Reserve almost stationary. Increase of precious metals – £145,495 – is equal to double the amount received by Bank from abroad during week; also 1/2 of it due to reflux of coin from provinces.

Week ending July 27.

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The Money Market Review, 27. Juli 1867. S. 79 u. 92.
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B.o.E. Reduction on 25 July of Minimum Rate of Discount to 2%. The Stock of bullion and coin is still steadily increasing, loans and discounts decreasing, public require a smaller amount of notes, and in the general market the current rate for short dated paper is 13/4%. Amount of gold sent into the Bank during week £202,000, but increase in coin and bullion only £85,138. A 2% Minimum Rate of Discount früher only 22nd April 1852 (lasted 37 weeks) und 24 July 1862 (lasted 14 weeks.) On 22nd April 1852 stock of bullion held about 31/4 Mill. £ less than at present, and the reserve was about 1 Mill. St. less. On 24 July 1862 the bullion was nearly 5 mill. less and Reserve 3 mill. less.

Week ending August. 3.

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The Money Market Review, 3. August 1867. S. 122.
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B.o.E. Increase of Precious Metals of £154,589, amount of gold sent in from abroad about £37,000; thus the bulk of £117,589 must consist of coin received from the provinces.

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The Money Market Review, 3. August 1867. S. 134.
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New Russian Loan for 12 Mill. £ St. (Baring Brothers et Co)[.] Dulness characterises every department of the Stock Exchange.

Week ending August. 10.

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The Money Market Review, 10. August 1867. S. 144/145.
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Sharemarket: Increase of Business. Decided Recovery in various stocks und besonders Stocks of our home Railway Cos. The „bulls“ have carried everything; „bears“ forced to close at great sacrifices, and thereby increase the force of the upward movement. In this game of railway speculation the public are transacting a very small part. Sales for actual delivery and bona fide investments are equally rare. Almost proverb on the Stock Exchange: the public never sell till they have received their dividends. (London and South Western Co pay halfyearly dividends 17/8% instead of 2 in same period last year; Great Northern 21/4 against 21/2, Mitland 23/4 against 3. )

Week ending August 17.

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The Money Market Review, 17. August 1867. S. 178.
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B.o.E: Amount of gold sent in from abroad less than 1/2 of its increase; hence sovereigns are coming in from the provinces, unusual circumstance at this time when coin is required for the harvest.

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The Money Market Review, 17. August 1867. S. 172 u. 179/180.
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Stockmarket: Rise in meisten leading Railway lines; meist speculativ. Bears beaten. Still game of speculation.|

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Notices to Money Market von 24 August to 28 Sept. 1867.

Week ending August 24. 1867.

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The Money Market Review, 24. August 1867. S. 206.
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B.o.E.: Augmentation in Bullion less than 1/2 of foreign gold sent in (£85,000) during week, showing that coin is temporarily required in the provinces for the harvest.

Week ending Sept. 7, 1867.

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The Money Market Review, 7. September 1867. S. 260.
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B.o.E.: Increase in bullion less £360,000 than amount of gold sent in from abroad, shows that coin is still wanted for harvest. Augmentation in Private Securities in preparation for bills due on 4th. This week’s return: the notes with the public, payable in gold on demand, actually amount to less than the gold and silver held. This situation never before occurred, except for a short time on 26 June in 1852.

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The Money Market Review, 7. September 1867. S. 251 u. 261.
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The accumulation of precious metals at Bk.o.E. larger than ever before. B.o.E. und Bk.o.F. haben in Joint Stock to joint store over 621/2 Millions £. This week announced suspension of Veronin Brothers, Moscow, due chiefly to large speculations in cotton. Liabilities heavy, some London firms among the creditors.

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The Money Market Review, 7. September 1867. S. 256.
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Sharemarket: After a long protracted period of depression, shares of the best known English mines have been in request at advanced questions.

Week ending 14 Sept. 1867.

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The Money Market Review, 14. September 1867. S. 285.
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Mercantile Embarrassments: Coventry: W. Chappell, silk broker. In Folge davon failure of Peters and Warburton, ribbon and small ware manufacturers at Coventry et London. Liabilities in each case large. These disasters will open the way for other smaller failures in one of the chief staple trades of Coventry which has only recently recovered in a measure from an almost chronic state of inactivity and depression. Australia: Failure of W. Forlonge, squatter in Victoria, New South Wales und Queensland. Liabilities £283,000, including £66,000 due to Bank of Australia.

Week ending 21 Sept. 1867.

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The Money Market Review, 21. September 1867. S. 308.
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B.o.E. Gold sent from abroad into Bank £287,000; Increase only £149,915 … Difference [must be represented by] Coin withdrawn for internal circulation.

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The Money Market Review, 21. September 1867. S. 309.
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Mercantile Embarrassments: Liverpool: Failure of J. Hewitt et Co, cotton importers. Were large holders of American cotton. Coventry: Failure of several small firms, owing to stoppage of Peters and Warburton.

Week ending 28 Sept. 1867.

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The Money Market Review, 28. September 1867. S. 328/329.
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Stockmarket. Stagnation again the feature of the week. Unsettled Foreign Policy hat auch damit zu thun. The Funds have receded. Railway Stocks have mostly declined; besonders Protest raised against accounts of Caledonian Railway is another Blow to confidence in this class of enterprise.|

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