Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways

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Operating revenues and operating expenses of large steam railways
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Statement ;
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Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways
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United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Statistics
United States -- Interstate Commerce Commission. -- Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics
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Sept. 1927-Nov. 1956.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Compares the monthly selected items of the current year with that of the preceding year.
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Issued Sept. 1927-Apr. 1942 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics; May 1942-Nov. 1956 by U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Transport Economics and Statistics.
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Issues for Jan. 1940-Nov. 1956 have title: Operating revenues and operating expenses, selected items for large steam railways.
General Note:
"Selected items for roads with annual operating revenues above $25,000,000," Sept. 1927-Dec. 1939.
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Title from caption.
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Interstate Commerce Commission, Bureau of Statistics.

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OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEAM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 1946 AND 1945 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1946 AND 1945
Operating revenues Operating expenses** Operating revenues Operating expenses**
t Percent Percent Percent Percent
Miles Freight Passenger Net Doer- mainte- trans- Average Freight Passenger Deprecl- Net Oper- malnte- trane-
of road Depreci- railway eating nance portatlon Region, road, and year miles atlon in- railway sting nance portatlon
operated All action in- oper- ratio expenses expenses of road Per- Per- All eluded oper- ratio expenses expenses
at alose Per- per- Total mainte- eluded Total ating (per- of oper- of oper- operated cent cent Total mainte- in pre Total eating (per- of oper- of oper-
of month Amount cent Amount cent nance in pre- Income cent) eating eating Amount in Amount in- nance cedng Income cent) ting eating
In- In- ceding revenues revenues crease crease c ,olumn revenues revenues
crease crease column $n
(a) (b) (ac) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)- (1) I (J) (Ik) (1) (m) 1)(o) () (q) (r) () (t) (u) (v) (w) (x) (y) () a)
(Money items In thousands of dollars)* (Money items in thousands of dollars)*
199,28 $433,663 d 2.5 107,68 d13.7 $585,700 $236,269 $26,67$8 574,661 1 44 98.1 40. 49.6 1946 Total--Roads listed herein .................. 1946 199,286 $1,21;,423 d 21.0 $344,604 7.3 1,693,952 590,65 79,002 1,433,209 93,726 84.6 34.9 42.
199,756 559,912 124:678 737,215 223,367 43,129 497,108 91,49 67.4 30.3 32.3 1945 1945 199,770 1,542,779 371,715 2,063,227 638,160 127,93 1,436,046 222,043 69.6 30.9 33.6
1,764 4,36 d 17.0 1,447 d 3.6 6,.68 2,611 266 6,689 d 07 97.4 38.0 52.6 1946 Boston & Maine ........................... 1946 1,764 13262 d 11.4 4 1 d 4.0 19,21 6,525 79 16,54 410 5.6 3. 5.7
1,79 5:827 501 7,992 2,45 426 5704 10 71.4 31.1 35.9 1945 1945 1,79 14965 4,510 21,30 7,555 1,276 16,90 1,53 79. 35.5 39.0
1, 83 6,1420 d 26.9 5,Oll 17.7 12,448 4,459 495 12,450 d 1 871 100.0 35.8 54.3 1946 New York, New Haven & Hartford # ......... 1946 1,839 17,892 d 20.7 15,533 d 10.2 16,443 11,232 1,41 30,931 L8 .9 30.2 45.48
1:838 8,720 6:090 16:169 4,062 921 10,657 2t9 65.9 25.1 35.2 1945 1945 1,832 22,564 3 17,290 63,365 12,061 2,720 31,137 1 71. 27. 37.
Great Lakes Region:
46 711 d 13.5 101 d 51.6 05 1,700 175 3,38 56 98 43.5 48. 1946 Delaware & Hudson ......................... 1946 46 1,2 d .7 423 d 24.8 1095 4,174 125 9,457 6 3 .1 42.
46 :29 2 1620 30 3:386 611 7 351 34.7 145 19546 11,244 56312,1 4694 1,3 9756 1,10 37.7
973 4,638 17.8 827 d 3.5 6,004 1,920 33 5 5,767 96.0 32.0 7.6 1946 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western ........... l46 973 12,440 d 10.5 2,56 1.5 16,570 4813 976 14,2111 5 290 07
973 5:644 57 7,110 l,4o 4 505 1 71.0 25.9 1945 1945 973 13,993 2,558 18,151 5:423 1,226 14,904 1,210 ?2.1 2.9 7.3
2242 9,115 d 23.2 204 6.3 10,60 3,6 513 10,20 d 91 96.5 33.2 5 4. 1946 Erie ..................................... 1946 2,242 25,09A d 20.9 2,556 8 29,668 8,694 1,526 25,739 202 6. 29.3
2243 1171 757 13:472 3,405 70 9422 69.9 25.3 39.4 1945 1945 2,243 31,724 2,657 36,673 10,239 2,101 27,857 3,601 76.0 27.9 42.4
1,026 2,398 d 16.7 237 d 31.1 2,232 1,256 163 3,02 d 451 106.9 1 41.3 55.6 1946 Grand Trunk Western ...................... 1946 1,026 6,32 d 9.3 67 d30.7 7,535 3,220 140 7,7157 102.4 42.7 53.1
1,026 2,0 344 3:432 1,032 155 2:463 -- # 71.2 30.1 37.3 1945 1945 1,026 7,839 972 9,403 3,020 464 7,122 9,, 75.9 32.1 39.0
1 254 46 32.2 08 11.6 5,772 156 268 4,893 202 7.8 28.1 1. 1946 Lehigh Valley ............................ 1946 1,2o4 12%06 a 26.0 1,9960 8.4 16,0 5 3,973 907 12,753 1,527 79.4 24.7 7
4 3 1,240 17,370 1,209 20,556 7,176 1,697 17,62 0 5 2.0 374.9 4.9
10,746 34,876 d 17.1 12,031 d 11.2 51,597 21,163 2,600 54810 d 14 106.2 41.o 6. 1946 New Yor Central ...................... 146 10,746 96995 d 11.9 37062 d 3.7 147,75 54,971 7,759 13,24049 93.6 372
10,79 2:03 13:550 61,512 20737 3:741 46:799 76.1 33.7 37.5 1945 ...................... 45 10,749 110,152 3,495 164,943 57,930 10,939 133165 11,130 0.7 5.1 4.2
1,627 5,672 37.4 64 47. 6,063 2,158 210 5,649 d 82 93.2 35.6 49.7 1946 New York, Chicago St. Louis.............. 1946 1,627 15,2805 33.4 285 12.0 17,03 5,1481 634 14,113 926 2.9 2..6
1:687 9,061 179 9,:403 2,387 559 5:509 --I7 2 52.6 25.4 29.0 1945 1945 1,687 23,77 749 24,961 6,90 1,673 15,809 3,621 63.3 27.7 31.2
1,949 3,535 d 26.5 199 d 24.1 3,933 1,R52 250 3,956 d 96 100l.6 i9.6 51.7 1946 Pere Marquette........................... 1946 1,949 9,93 a 21.2 624 d 20.2 11,12 14,027 750 10,103 3 90.7 36.7 46.3
1,949 14,11 262 5,261 1,650 353 3,726 7 70. 31.4 34.7 1945 1945 1,949 12,781 782 14,05 4,826 1,104 10,746 1,947 76.4 34.3 3
229 2,063 d 23.9 91 d 14.1 2,237 1,410 2328 2,96 249 131.2 63.0 59.5 1946 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie ................... 1946 229 5,465 d 22.6 291 d 11.7 5,961 3,638 626 7,198 1442 120.8 6.0 1.0
229 2,712 106 2:927 1:308 347 2:447 456 23.6 44.7 33.3 1945 1945 229 7,0651 319 7,695 3,691 1,047 7,018 972 91.2 4S.0 37.1
2,393 5,491 d 25.9 689 d 16.2 6614 2,339 26i 6,20 227 95.0 35.4 50:6 1946 Wabash 196 2,3 15,77 2,143 ..................... 19,0 5,65 4 15, 1,57 3 2 43.9
2,393 7,:0 23 8:67 2,023 32 5,131 997 59.1 23.3 307 195 ............ ....................... 195 2,39 20,2 231 110 5, 1,154 769 2,561 613 2.0 32.1
Central Eastern Region: 196 6 35 19 161 1 1,6 d 106 7,75 30,342 ,276 69,903 2 1. 4 2 457
6139 21,519 d 20.1 23 d 17. 26,336 11,93 1,092 2,71 105. 45. 51.6 1946 Baltimore & Ohio ......................... 194 6 11 122 0 4 d--
6,131 26,932 0 2 3.7 10,935 1,52 21,024 '00 73.3 333. 34.9 1945 195 6134 75,5 1,35 93,0 3,2 7 ,71 6 3 5 40.67 30.3 50.
21 46 d 25.4 599 d 2.8 14274 1, 313 213 3,612 1 4. 3. 47. 1946 Central of New Jersey #................... 1946 619 9,336 d 22.61,657 d14.0 11,11 8,260 610 10,672 d 3 914 432.7
627. 2.9 1945 95 12,05 1,725 14:774 ,311611,4 2 9.7
654 7 d575 51 91396 331 3 794 21 4.9 32. 1945 1945d 6 ,7 4 ,1 1 12 75.2 2.9
x1146 910 1,200 2 22.0 135 d 22.2 6,022 2,506 251 5,913 d 514 97.2 41.2 46.6
;____*6 9414 41 52 1946 Chicago & Eastern Illinois ..................1945 91 2240 ,601 7,702 2,265 252 5,60 7 2.2 35
910 1,4943 d 24.1 320 d 29.a 2,100 948 ,0 2,306 194 9.5 1 1 .2 1 28 9 29 1
912 1,955 5141 2,752 7141; 6 1,2953 4 67.3 2 73.7 1945 57 4,8 ,95 7 ..5
392 2,o1097 931.1 2 4 q 42 18 7 92 2 79. 37.: 967 1946 Elgin, Jollet & Eastern .....................146 392 ,81 d 52 .5,5 513 2,092 235,92 91 92. 37.
921 13, 14 7 2 1945 392 84451 5,2 9,4593 32,031 1,1232 2:6 97 31.6 3.2
392 3 3 46 4 13 1 -7 2 63.6 30.14 3.2 1945 ...949 39 o-
376 1,074 d 2,182 6.8 31821 1,1429 122 3,555 d1201 102.1 33.0 66.1 1946 Long Island .............................. 1946 376 3, 121 d 5.0 6,239 1.2 9,980 2,s45 564 ,8 771 2 77.9 2. .5
376 1, 15,6 2,043 3:400 1,042 192 2,013 4o 82.7 30.7 49.9 1945 119415 5 376 3,?14 5,990 4,23s 3,005 573 2,225 62 3.6. 30.5 .
10,7' 172,01 a 10.2 12,404 a 22.3 15,24 5,5_0'7_64,9597 514242 415 92.1 33.9 1947 27,7116 7 d2shvill 1014.3 1946 10,121 1214,2142 d 2,2l 239,173 721423 12,1436 12,2 ,3 63.6 (2.7 30.3 .
2.11,6 5091,233.186 d63 2 1U 146 9 0 1946 Pennsylvani a ............................. 1946 5 10,11 1246,2 d 22.0 724 d .5 19,094 6 ,499 10 144 121,92 26 91.2 34.6
13 7,2 11 14.2 945 d 9162 3,51 440 ,530 80 93.1 384 50.0 1946 Reading ..................................1946 1,362 2132 2 d14.6 3,171 16.9 25,504 9,150 1,315 21,433 1 22 4.0 359 44.0
1,367 92 802 952 10,531 3,219 774 7,131 1,176 7 3.6 34.2 1945 ao io1945 1,367 24,750 2,712 29,746 9,220 2,231 20,500 3:261 71.3 32.3 35.9
3,o4 15,930 d .6 1,336 d15.9 17,207 90 1,037 13,641 2,411 76.6 33.6 36.2 1946 P hesaeake & Oh:o 1946 3,0o4 44 357 d3.5 4 481 1.3 50,399 15,935 2,236 34,745 9,679 61.9 31.6 31.9
3,075 16021581,12 16 11,999 2:947 66. 33.8 27.7 1945 ........................1945 3,076 4:94 4:425 51,964 17,959 5:614 35,132 ,167 67.6 34.6 2.5
2,161 10,767 2d0.0 1,158 2.7 12221 14592 700 802 1,106 79.2 7.4 36. 1946 Norfolk & Western 1946 2,161 30,s96 d1.7 3500 5.2 5,39 11,:51 2,099 239327,016 67.7 32.6 3.
2,154 11,237 1,122 13,365 4,097 1,259 7:,92 2,209 59.1 30.7 6.146 1914k1945 2,154 35,221 3:322 403 12, 11 3,772 23,216 6,376 57.5 30
4 6 Atlantic Coast Line6....................3
5,57 1l,6e1 3,719 15,229 1,393 222 9:4900 ',5 644.1 22.2 22.2 1945.1945 5,5729,463 11,17813,169 12,537 2,66 27,442 3,290 63 29.0 299
1,216 2,112 d 17.7 434 d 31.2 2,2l9 1,120 116 2,924 d 6 103.7 39.7 54.4 1946 Central of Georgia # ......................1946 1,816 5,903 d 17.0 1,537 2 24.2 21264 2,959 349 7,622 50 93,0 35.1
1,216 2,562 630 3,576 1,110 266 2,715 503 75.9 31.0 32.8 19459145771,410 31.0 32.6
19145 2,921 d 1.14 11 4 3,252 1,413 110 3121 143.6 19146 1,915 209 d 1.2 51 d .1 2,935 3,179 39 7,506 276 94.0 32. 37.0
1,-1425 3,02398 d1.43,dU 325 1 3 1614 3,1161945 1,945 ,:1414N 541 9,267 3,012 507 6,172 1,024 66.7 32.6 27.2
194 3,o23 196 1,0:o6o02,3 31.9 2 1945
5,021 12, 93 d 19.2 2,206 4.9 16,271 6,296 210 15,107 31 92.2 36.7 '4:.14 1946 Illinois Central ..........................194 5 5,022d2 17,790.74545516,961 3,262 35,753 6,752 65.0 30.2 29.3
5,081 15.,49 2,:76 19,364 5,992 1,135 12,500 2,100 61.6 30.9 22,2 1914505155633,714,o559o
757 12 10.2 2, 15424 5,749 2 1424 415 9 4.2 1946 Louisville & Nashville................... 1946 4,754075 d 155 7136 2.5195 14 5 ,714 34 962 7320.
4,756 13:360 3,192 17:627 5,12 1,6146 11:344 2,060 611 30.919445 14756 14337 9,7 53,375 1127.5
4150 7601 d 13.5 P,488 2 2d6.O 10,202 4,016 301 9,0 243 0.2 37.2 144.9 146 Seaboard Air Line ##......................1946 4,150 21,14A d 11.4 7,427 d47.6 30,667 9,629 969 23620 3,585 77.0 31.6 37.9
4:,173 ,727 3,:363 12,923 3,759 620 ,354 1,230 04614.3 29.0 29. 5146 1945 14:173 23,266. 10,262 36,501 10,245 1,299 23:242 5,301 63.7 21.1 29.6
6,44 114,564 d 15.0 3,633 d 31.6 19,507 7,434 565 17,502 445 29.7 38.1 44.6 1946 Southern ..................................1946 6,U54 8,23 2 12.5 11,2s4 d29.1 514,962 12,326 1,773 42,750 5,593 77.33 3.4
6,505 17,122 5,310 23,220 6,:21 1,039 13,209 2,920 57.8 26.3 27.4 i1945 1945 6,505 2,947 15,925 6g,9o9 123614 3,109 140450 2.6
1,524 1, 0732d44.3 3214 1.9 2,3033 29 6 0 2,205 11 1 39.0 42.9 1946 Yazoo & Mieiselpoi Valley...................194146 1,5214 4,19462 2 30.99914 d 4.96,293 2:230 21o05,45 102 62149 35.4 143,0
1:5 3?4 37 390 01:90,4:4, 22.6 23.O 194511


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
** Includes accruals for recent wage awards retroactive to January 1, 1946.
0 Includes amortization of Defense Projeote.


# Report of trustee or trustees.
## Report of receiver or receivers.
Includes Boeton & Albnny, Lessor to New York Central.
SDocrease or deficit.


INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS


Subject to revision


Statement No. M-150
MARCH 1946




















INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS




OPERATING REVENUES AND OPERATING EXPENSES-SELECTED ITEMS FOR LARGE STEM RAILWAYS


FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 1946 AND 1945 FOR THREE MONTHS ENDED WITH MARCH 1946 AND 1945

Operating revenues Operating expenses Operating revenues Operating expenses*-
Freight Passenger Percent Percent
Miles Net Oper- mainte- trans- Freight Passenger Percent Percent
of road Deprecila- railway eating nance portation Region, road, and year Average Depreci- Net Oper- mainte- trans-
operated All tion in- oper- ratio expenses expenses miles All action in- railway eating nance portation
at close Per- Per- Total mainte- eluded Total eating (per- of oper- of oper- of road Per- Pe- Total ant eluded open- ratio expenses expenses
of month Amount ent Amount cent nance n pro- income cent) eating atng operated Amount cent Amount cent mainte in(pe- of opera of pe
in- in- ceding revenues revenues in- in- nance ceding income cent) eating ating
crease crease column crease crease column revenues revenues
(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (1) (j) (k) (1) (m) (n) (0) W (r) (a) t (u) v) w '
--------------------------------------------------------)-----------)------l- -- --) (u-) --- is -I ) w)) (x) ( 7) (s))__ ((a(a)(^


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*
S638,251 1l4,383 1 $2,440 $35,023
39,657 13,40 3,171 30,133


6.8 $13,435
13,820
d 3.0 2,4o6
2,650
d 4.1 16,456
18,734
d 17.6 2,254
2:3 6
d 49.1 21

d 3.6 1,289
14,920
d 7.2 2,075
1,676

.3 10,57
11,534
17-0 1

69.4 2,84
3,5

d 12 1 427:3

d 12.3 17,001
21,218
d 19.5 13,262
17,271
.9 4,070
6,293
d 17. 168
442:356

d 22.4 26,171
S42,6068

d 27.9 5,055
7,977
d 34. 14,546
19,356
d 33.4 4,494
6,649

d323.7 7,761

d 45.6 320
311
d 41.9 ,723
6,820

d 19.2 8,609
11,336


(Money items in thousands of dollars)*


- _-____-____. ____U_ ___ I __ __ _


* Percent increase computed on units of dollars.
** Includes accruals for recent wage awards retroactive to January 1, 1946.
SIncludes amortization of Defense Projects.


$14,027 Sd 195 104.4
10,262 1 35 74.3
2,470 d 434 102.7
1,825 --33 66.9
17,300 ?66 105.1
13,67 2,94 73.0
2,544 d 626 112.9
1,725 -- 3 72.3
1,209 d 1,040 566.8
1,366 d 1.04 408.8
13,226 d 1 108 99.5
11,327 41 75.9
2,473 8 119.2
1,568 93.6
10,556 999
9,297 s
1,882 2 98.8
1,368 W 79.3
3,251 745 112.4
2,103 77 I59.0
29,291 1,353 88.3
27,900 5,081 58.9

13,933 1,071 82.0
11,612 2,668 54.7
12,137 112 91.5
10,257 3,018 59.4
4,ii9 A 7211 101.9
3,962 1 6163.3
33,443 6d.69 107.3
29,353 3 3 69.3
27,503 d 9 6
27,395 3,579 63
4,646 d 46 .9
5,111 ---756 R:19
13,758 97 94.6
11:273 2,802 58.2
3,985 276 88.7
3,923 573 59.0
6,842 63 113
6:6o0 1 3.965:6
294 1.9
199 2L 4 63.9
3,13 3 221 84.3
2,992 1,057 43.9
,M96 2,168 91.7
:,41 1,233 57.0


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33.2
37.5
27.8

33:1
40.9
27.3
370.9
306.6
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4.1
35.8
29.6
55.6
22.2
39.-4
29.2
32.3
26.2



44.4
30.3
49.5
31.9
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31.6

41.0
4l.O
25.7
37.4
28.8
26.8
51.3
29.5
56.1
21.1
39.6
19.2


55.2
35.7
57.0
35.7

34.3
64.4
39.7
167.2
88.2
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30.1

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32.7

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Northwestern Region:
1946 Chicago & North Western ...
1945


Chicago Great Western ............................ 1946
1945
Chicago, Milwuakee, St. Paul & Pacific ........... 1946
1945
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha ........... 1946
1945
Duluth, MIfsabe & Iron Range ..................... 1946
1945
Great Northern .................................. 1946
1945
Minneapolis, St. Paul, & Sault Ste. Marie ........ 194-6
1945
Northern Pacific .................................. 14

Wisconsin Central # ............................. 1946
1945
Central Western Region:
Alton # ......................... ................. 1946
1945
Atchison, Topeka &SantaFe 2/ ................... 1946
1945
Chicago, Burlington & Quinoy ..................... 1946
1945
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific #................. 1946
1945
Denver & Rio Grands Western #..................... 1946
1945
Southern Pacific Comnpany ......................... 1946
1945
Union Pacific .................................... 1946
1945
Southwestern Region:
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Lines ...................... 1946
1945
Missouri Pacific # .............................. 1946
1945
Texas & Pacific.................................. 194b
1945
St. Louls-San Francisco # .....................1946
1945
St. Louis-San Franolsco & Texas .................. 1946
1945
St. Louis Southwestern Line..,..................... 146
1?45
Texas & New Orleans .............................. 1946
1945


6 ,o65
8,072
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,722
1,616
1,617
5 46
5 546
8,332
6,371
3,224
3,224
6,872
6,867
1,051
1,130
959
959
13,085
13,115
8,863
8,997
7,653
7,749

2,386
2,386
8,247
6,247
9,776
9,781
; : 876
3,253
3,253

7,080
7,082
1,674
1,884
4,64
i 4;:649
160
1,607


4, 22
4,331


$24,884
26,609
5,610
6,518
36,298

5,o49
5,078
445
566
28,939
35,003
4,703
4,102
22,507
27,253
4,668
4,179
4,284
6,353
6T, 520
99,78g6

49,273
47,82b
28,146
35,561
9,294
14,415
62,007
84,833
59,844
9:026
11,157
17,393
52,827
3,873
8,632
13:872
16,792
21,013


9,885
17 563
16,749
23,:941i


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d 11.2

d 16.4

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d 24.2

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d 21.7


$9,053
8,397
668
594
8,262
7,039
835
1,000
13
17
4,869
4:2o4

431
439
4,884
4,550
286
196
2, Lo6
1,8666
24,544
25,187
9,442
8,904

9
3,006
2,025
22,471
24;i44
19,102
20,332
2,329
2,911
6,269
8,959
3.267
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4,090
5,202

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17,269
2,283
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2,161
11,733
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12,631
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86,395
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8,065
8,072
1,500
1,500
10,733
10,722
1 616
1:617
546
546
8,332
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3,224
3,224
6, 872
6,867
1,051
1,130
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13,115



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6,247
8,247

9,775
9,781





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3,253
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4,645
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