Business: The Over-the-Counter Bull

Wall Street has a new bull. On the over-the-counter market, home of all the stocks not listed on regular exchanges, a new high was recorded last week for the third week in a row. Prices of unlisted industrial stocks rose to the highest point since the National Quotation Bureau began keeping figures in 1948. To the nation's 4,000 dealers in unlisted stocks, the rise was a cheering signal that investors are moving in force into the world's largest securities market, where prices are quoted daily on more than 5,000 stocks, more than are listed...

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