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TMMR — The Morning Market Report, Early-Morning Market News for You Electronically Since 1995

We’ve got a history: TMMR (The Morning Market Report) started in 1995, and a selection of a couple of our earliest very rough ASCII format e-mail and fax transmittals (1996) as well as several slightly more recent free samples (back issues) are reprinted below.

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—– copy 1 of an original 1996 issue: —–

 

Market Monitor — THE MORNING MARKET REPORT, Friday, July 26, 1996

 

NEWS FLASH:

New York. Better than expecte d results at computer manufacturers IBM gave Wall
Street a strong rally yesterday, jumped on to by Asian stock markets earlier today.
IBM stocks were marked up by 10% for the company ’s obvious success in fighting
back at its rivals. This is another example of high technology stocks providing the
direction of stock market moves, after Hewlett Packard ’s bad news triggered Wall
Street ’s dramatic losses on Monday, July 15, and more encouraging news from
other computer manufactureres helped triggering a sustained recovery afterwards.
(Also: Microsoft ’s gains reported earlier this week; and: News Flashes of prev.
week.)

 

London. UK economic output was up by just .4%, failing to pick up in line with
epectations.

 

Eindhoven. The Phillips jobs shed of 6000 reported yesterday is continuing to
dominate European economic news.

 

CURRENCIES (London morning rates):

$ – .2         1.4760 DM                          $ 1.2050 sFr
$ 000 108.4              ¥                        $ 5.0080 FF
£ 000          1.5570 $                           $ 1.6580 hFl
£ – .4         2.2980 DM                         A$ 78.81¢ U.S.
SHARES:
TOK:(+241) 21124                                      SID: (+27) 2143
HK: (- 1) 10705                                   SGP: (+ 2) 2129
LON: (- 11) 3673                                  MY: (- 7.9) 1084
NY: ( + 68) 5422 (Thursday close);                    US 30yr Long Bond- yield: 7.01%
COMMODITIES:
Gold                                   :          $ 385.15            /oz
Silver                                 :                 500¢         /oz
Sept Brent Crude Oil                   :           $ 19.17            /brl.
Oct Sugar (NY)                         :                   11.73¢     /lb.
Sept Arabica Coffee (NY) :                                103¢        /lb.
Sept Robusta Coffee (LON):                        $1508               /t
Sept Cocoa (LON)                       :          £ 980                /t

 

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—– copy 2 of an original 1996 issue: —–

 

Market Monitor — THE MORNING MARKET REPORT, Monday, July 29, 1996

NEWS FLASH:

WASHINGTON. The U. S. and Japan try avoiding a trade war over access
to chip markets when the current treaty allowing the U. S. 20% of the
Japanese market runs out later this week. Negotiations are on the way for
new regulations. Japan complains about U. S. claims for a guaranteed share
of the market, wants market forces to rule instead of bureaucratic
intervention, and wonders why it is just the U. S. that seem to oppose
ungoverned free trade. Japan wants a reciprocal agreement and points out
that the previous one was not.

BERNE. Swissair have placed a $80m order for in-flight entertainment
systems in 21 of their long-haul jets giving passengers access to
casino-like entertainment just by slipping a credit card.
CURRENCEIES:

London morning rates (movements against previous close):

$ 0000 1.4830 DM                           $ 1.2090 sFr
$ – .1 108.4                         $ 5.0310 FF
+ .2 1.5560 $                         $ 1.6650 hFl
+ .3 2.3080 DM                          A$ 78.93 U.S.
SHARES:
TOK: (-157) 20967                         SID: (- 7) 2135
HK: (- 53) 10651                         SGP: (- 31) 2098
LON: (+ 11) 3684                          MY: 000 closed
NY: (+ 51) 5473 (Friday close)
US-30yr Long Bond yield: 7.04%

COMMODOTOES (London, unless indicated otherwise):

Gold                    :          $ 385.25 /oz
Silver                  :            509.5 /oz
Sept Brent Crude Oil            :          $ 18.80 /brl.
Oct Sugar (NY)                :            11.88      /lb.
Sept Arabica Coffee (NY) :                     104.25       /lb.
Sept Robusta Coffee             :          $1525         /t
Sept Cocoa                  :            992       /t

NOTA BENE:

This is a free sample issue of THE MORNING MARKET REPORT which is
transmitted every business day between 5am and 7am Eastern Time. Other
arrangements of numbers available to subscribers upon request. You will
be sent several standard samples free of charge for evaluation.
Subscription information and prices will be transmitted separately.

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