24 NOVEMBER 1866, Page 3

The transactions in national Stock this week, both for money

and time, owing to the appearance of a new Russian loan of 6,000,0001., in a 5 per cent. stock at 86, the whole of which has been taken up, have been on a very moderate scale and the quo- tations have had a drooping tendency. The -leading figure for Consols has been 90i, f, for transfer, and 891, t, for time. Exchequer Bills have shown more firmness. The Foreign Market has ruled steady, afld'Russian Scrip has realized 2i, t, premium. In Railway Shares very little has been passing. The return of the Bank of England is very favourable. The rate for money, however, is unaltered.