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Source: Dato supplied by the Board of Governors, Foderol Rosorve System; spocial somple of 10 iron and stool companies include ed in the Foderal Reserve sample of largo corporations. These ton companies are: Are co, Bethlehom, Inland, Jones & Laughlin, National, Pittsburgh, Republic, U.S. Stool, Whooling, and Younga town.

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DISTRIBUTION OF GROSS PROFITS TO FEDERAL TAXES, DIVIDENDS, AND REINVESTMENTS

TEN LARGE IRON AND STEEL COMPANIES

ANNUALLY, 1939 TO 1951

(Millions of Dollars)

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ANNUAL DEPRECATION, DEPLETION, AND AMORTIZATION AS A PERCENTAGE OF

NET VALUE OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENT, BEGINNING OF YEAR
TEN LARGE IRON AND STEEL COMPANIES
1939 TO 1951

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Source: Data supplied by the Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System; special sample of 10 iron and steel companies included in the Federal Reserve sample of large corporations. These 10 companies are: Armco, Bethlehem, Inland, Jones & Laughlin, National, Pittsburgh, Republic, U.S. Steel, Wheeling, and Youngstown, and Office of Price Stabilization,

TURNOVER OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENT AND TOTAL ASSETS
TENLARGE IRON AND STEEL COMPANIES

1939 - 1951

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Source: Data supplied by the Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System, special sample of 10 iron and steel companies included in the Federal Reserve sample of large corporations. These 10 companies are: Armco, Bethlehem, Inland, Jones & Laughlin, National, Pittsburgh, Republic, U. S. Steel, Wheeling, and Youngstown, and Office of Price Stabilization, STANDARD AND POOR'S INDEXES OF COMPARATIVE NET INCOME BEFORE TAXES AND AFTER RESERVES 14 STEEL AND IRON COMPANIES, AND 378 INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES COMBINED

ANNUALLY, 1935 TO 1950

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The fourteen companies are: Acme Steel; Allegheny Ludlum; Armco Steel; Bethlehem Steel; Colorado Fuel and Iron; Crucible Steel; Inlond Steel; Jones &
Loughlin, National Stool, Pittsburgh Steel; Republic Steel; United States Stool; Whealing Stoel; and Youngstown Shoot and Tube.

? Loss of $2 millions in 1938 not rollected in the index.
Source: Standard and Poor's Industry Surveys, vol. 119, No. 24, sec. 2, June 14, 1951, 83-20, and Office of Price Stabilization,

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