Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal was founded by Charles H. Dow primarily to cover business and financial news. The first issue was published on July 8, 1889. From its founding until today, the Journal mainly focuses on business and economic news. However, although perceived as favouring the interests of businesses, the Journal’s opinion and editorial pages reflect a wide range of highly informed business, political, and economic opinions; readers’ letters; and reviews of and comments on the arts. The long-established structure of the Journal includes complete tables reporting all financial and stock market activity for the preceding day as well as thorough reports and analyses of current business topics. The newspaper has three editions: U.S., Asia, and Europe and can be accessed using the internet.
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