Business & Finance: Deals & Developments: Oct. 6, 1930

Seats. Last week a seat on the New York stock exchange was sold for $265.000; a seat on the curb for $105,000. The stock exchange seat represented a $10,000 decline from a sale a few days previous, a $35,000 decline from a sale last fortnight, a $215,000 decline from April's 1930 high of $480,000. The curb seat was down from the 1929 high of $270,000. Transactions on the stock exchange for the year to date are 626,159,000 shares against 823,793,000 in the same time last year, while business on the curb has shown a...

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