Financial press

Financial press

Media devoted to reporting financial news.

Financial Press

Newspapers, magazines, or other media specializing in financial news. Prominent examples include Bloomberg and the Financial Times. The financial press is important to the overall financial sector as some companies often publish information, such as bond yields, in certain periodicals to disseminate it to the widest possible audience.
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FOR NEARLY TWO DECADES, a large part of the financial press has trashed annuities.
Articles portraying leasing rules as inadequate continue to appear in the financial press.
The awards are presented in association with the Financial Times and the Bank of New York, and are co-sponsored by ACN Newswire, Christensen, Citigate Dewe Rogerson, Computershare, Financial Dynamics, Georgeson Shareholder, IFN Financial Press, IPR Asia, IRAsia.
By 2002, the financial press wasn't so sure of Greenspan's wisdom on the productivity issue.
The Group's MarketWatch service provides more than 60,000 professionals in the capital markets and financial press with coverage of reports on various industry sectors, including eye pharmaceuticals and disease treatments, cataracts/IOLs, contact lenses and refractive surgery.
Reports in the world's financial press, prior to Bush's sabre-rattling against Iraq, suggested Saddam Hussein was toying with the idea of selling oil in Euros or some currency other than the US dollar.
Since the landmark Lowe decision, nearly two decades ago, the SEC has been barred from regulating the financial press.
The financial press is playing a critical and growing role in communicating central bank policy.
One of these gimmicks, manipulating reported income through "earnings management" techniques, draws its share of attention in the financial press.
Two years ago, market experts, including the financial press, considered the semiconductor giant "overvalued, and [forewarned] that investors should proceed with caution," Schaeffer says.
Despite the market's extraordinary growth and its importance to many types of firms, it has received little attention in the financial press or the academic literature.
Shortly thereafter, it was reported in the financial press that many tax-exempt organizations were pinning their hopes on expected appeals of the IRS rulings in the bowl cases and lobbying Congress to exempt taxation of sponsorship revenue.