Business & Finance: New World's Records: Apr. 21, 1924

The sensational production of steel ingots established a new record for the current movement. Output in March, 1924, was 4,145,829 tons, which compares in the 3,780,663 tons in the preceding February, 3,599,938 tons in January, and, 4,046,844 tons in March, 1923. It is the highest-monthly production in the history of the industry excepting only that for the month of May, 1923, when 4,195,800 tons were produced.

Figured by daily output, rate, however, the production for last March exceeded even that of May, 1923, since there were only 26 working days last month against...

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