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1 The data in these tables cover substantially all new issues of securities offered for
cash sale in the United States in amounts over $100,000 and with terms to maturity
of more than 1 year. Included in the compilation are issues privately placed as
well as issues publicly offered and unregistered issues as well as those registered under
the Securities Act of 1933. The figures on publicly offered issues include a small
amount of unsold securities, chiefly nonunderwritten issues of small companies.
The figures on privately placed issues include securities actually

issued but exclude
securities which institutions have contracted to purchase but which had not been
taken down during the period covered by the statistics. Also excluded are: inter-
corporate transactions; U.S. Government "Special Series" issues and other sales
directly to Federal agencies and trust accounts; notes issued exclusively to commercial
banks; issues of investment companies; and issues to be sold over an extended period
such as offerings under employee-purchase plans. The chief sources of data are the
financial press and documents filed with the Commission. Data for offerings of
State and municipal securities are from the Bond Buyer; these represent principal

amounts instead of gross proceeds. All figures are subject to revision as new data are
received. For data for the years 1934-56, see 25th Annual Report.

2 Gross proceeds are derived by multiplying principal amounts or numbers of
units by offering prices except for State and municipal issues where principal amount
is used. Slight discrepancies between the sum of figures in the tables and the totals
shown are due to rounding.

3 Issues sold by competitive bidding directly to ultimate investors are classified as
publicly offered issues.

4 Issues in this group include those between $100,000 and $300,000 in size which are
exempt under Regulation A of the Securities Act of 1933.

. Chiefly bank stock issues.

6 The bulk of the securities included in this category are exempt from registration
under section 4(1) of the Securities Act of 1933.

7 Excluding issues of investment companies.
8 Excluding issues sold by competitive bidding directly to ultimate investors.

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TABLE 4.—Proposed uses of net proceeds from the sale of new corporate securities

offered for cash in the United States

PART 1.-ALL CORPORATE
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offered for cash in the United States—Continued

PART 7.-COMMUNICATION
(Amounts in thousands of dollars 1]

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1962
January..
February
March.
April.

104, 315
126. 041
143, 426
142, 035

102, 750
122, 477
136, 414
135, 196

59, 465 108, 726 76, 576 97, 399 78, 354 137,869

30, 493
11, 114

28. 972 97, 612 66, 892 70, 087 61, 546 115, 985

558

42, 728 12. 995 49, 425 36, 392 12, 717 24,687

96, 496 172, 656

93, 815 170, 049

9,683 27, 312 16, 808 21,884

755 10,414 1, 405 2, 744 7,493

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June.

See footnotes at end of table.

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