WSJ.COM CUSTOMIZES VIEW OF GLOBAL INVESTMENTS.
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Subscribers now can monitor London London, city, Canada
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"We have one of the most extensive offerings of financial-market news and data available anywhere - plus the insightful commentary and analysis that puts it all in perspective," said Neil F. Budde, vice president and editor of The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition. "Now, with the addition of our new portfolio, we're we're
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we're we are extending that package, giving our subscribers the powerful tools they need to create a highly customized view of the investment data that's most important to them."
The new portfolio is just one of the many features launched by the Interactive Journal during its third year, in which circulation topped 283,000 subscribers - a figure that helped the publication maintain its leadership position among paid-subscription sites.
"We're very pleased with our record paid circulation," said Tom Baker, general manager and vice president of the Interactive Journal. "Our highly desirable demographics The attributes of people in a particular geographic area. Used for marketing purposes, population, ethnic origins, religion, spoken language, income and age range are examples of demographic data. and our continued commitment to site enhancements to meet our subscribers needs are extremely appealing to our growing list of advertisers."
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-- Briefing Books for non-U.S. companies, bringing the total number of these detailed company background reports that include financial data and recent news to 22,000.
-- Data and custom-charting capabilities for stocks in Canada, United Kingdom and Hong Kong.
-- A reporting staff exclusively dedicated to non-U.S. business and markets coverage in Hong Kong.
-- Home pages for Europe (http://wsje.com/) and Asia (http://awsj.com/), each offering content focused on readers in those regions as well as access to information from The Wall Street Journal Europe and The Asian Wall Street Journal.
-- Subscribers can also access the essential business and financial news of an extensive list of countries by accessing dedicated country news pages.
Also in the last year, the Interactive Journal has added the following:
-- More original reporting, including Dodge's E-conomy, written by PC WEEK editor John Dodge.
-- Mutual Fund Briefing Books: Comprehensive reports on more than 7,100 U.S. mutual funds are now available.
-- Expanded search archive: 30 days of searchable news from The Wall Street Journal, the Interactive Journal, Barron's Online and Dow Jones Newswires Dow Jones Newswires is the real-time financial news organization owned by Dow Jones. Founded in 1882, its primary competitors are Bloomberg L.P. and Reuters. The company reports more than 420,000 subscribers -- including brokers, traders, analysts and fund managers -- as of July .
Awards and Citations:
The Interactive Journal often cited for outstanding reporting and news analysis, has recently been awarded Brill's Content's Best of the Web (April 1999). It is one of PC Magazine's Top 100 sites (March, 1999), and one of Yahoo! Internet Internet
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About The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
Introduced in April 1996, The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition features continuously updated coverage of the full spectrum of business news both in the U.S. and around the world, prepared by a dedicated news staff, supported by the global resources of The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires. Subscribers have access to more than 22,000 in-depth background reports on companies, an archive of news articles, and personal news and stock portfolios. Subscribers can also search the vast Dow Jones Dow Jones
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See : Finance Publications Library, featuring current and past articles from 6,000 newspapers, magazines and business-news sources. The Interactive Journal has paid circulation of more than 283,000 subscribers. Subscriptions cost $59 annually or $29 per year for subscribers of any print edition of the Journal or Barron's.
About Dow Jones
Dow Jones Interactive Publishing provides business and financial news and information products to corporations and consumers. In addition to The Wall Street Journal and its international and interactive editions, Dow Jones & Company (NYSE NYSE
See: New York Stock Exchange :DJ) publishes Barron's and SmartMoney magazines and other periodicals, Dow Jones Newswires, Dow Jones Indexes, Dow Jones Interactive and the Ottaway group of community newspapers. Dow Jones is co-owner of CNBC CNBC Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (artificial intelligence)
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