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The Murphey Favre Northwest 50 Stock Index.

SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 10, 1995--The Murphey Favre Northwest 50 Stock Index closed at 2465.20 for the week ending Feb. 10, 1995, up 29.64 points or 1.22% for the week.

As benchmarks, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 10.43 points or 0.27% this week to close at 3939.07, while the S & P 500 was up 2.81 points or 0.59%, closing at 481.46.

The six industry groups that make up the Northwest 50 Index closed at:
Retail/Wholesale Trade 747.27, up 0.68%
Technology/Manufacturing/Construction 735.36, up 3.17%
Transportation/Transportation Equipment 351.07, up 0.26%
Natural Resources 249.90, up 0.93%
Finance/Insurance 280.88, down 1.03%
Utilities 100.72, up 1.71%


Except for a small decline on Thursday, the Index rose each day this week with the Technology sector showing particular strength. Of the 50 stocks, 31 were up during the week, while 13 declined and 6 finished the week unchanged.

Closing Northwest 50 Index levels during the week were:
Monday, February 6: 2436.92
Tuesday, February 7: 2444.94
Wednesday, February 8: 2455.05
Thursday, February 9: 2452.37
Friday, February 10: 2465.20


Gainers were led by WHOLESOME & HEARTY which was up 1-3/4 to close at 12-1/2. IMMUNEX company stock rose after the announcement of improved results for the fourth quarter. The company reported a net loss of 5.3 million or 14 cents per share compared with a loss of 10.5 million or 27 cents per share for the same period a year ago. TEKTRONIX also closed up, gaining 3 to close at 35-5/8.

Decliners included UNIVAR which was down 1/2 at 12, and ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY LABS, also down 1/2 closing at 15-1/4. HORIZON BANK was off 3/8, closing at 12-1/8.

CONTACT: Composite Research & Management Co., Seattle

Charles Averill, 206/461-2394

Dave Simpson, 206/461-3800
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