Wall Street Journal
First published in the 1800s, it is a widely circulated newspaper in the US popular with financial investors, forex traders and brokers. The Wall Street Journal is the second most circulated newspaper, published by Dow Jones & company, which focuses primarily on financial news of interest to investment and banking professionals. Information regarding major moves in foreign exchange markets across the world can be garnered from its money and Investing sections. The Wall Street Journal is considered to be one of the USA's most reputable sources of financial news.
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