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About Historical Newspapers: The Wall Street Journal (1889 - 1995)

Enter Historical Newspapers: The Wall Street Journal (1889 - 1995)

Coverage: 1889-1995 (Additional year of new content added annually)

Update: Annually

Vendor: ProQuest LLC

Access: UTA Only. See also: Proquest Digital Microfilm: The Wall Street Journal


ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Wall Street Journal (1889-1995):

In 1889, Dow Jones & Company first published The Wall Street Journal (formerly known as the Customers' Afternoon Letter) as a markets-focused newspaper for the country's then-fewer than 200,000 shareholders. Today, it focuses not only on the stock market, but on all aspects of global business, economics, consumer affairs, and trends and issues.

Online researchers have access to more than 100 years of The Journal's accurate reporting, exclusive analysis, agenda setting, editorials, and controversial opinions. In addition to the printed stories, researchers also can study the charts, stock tables, graphics, and illustrations featured in the publication.

With this resource, users can study the development of industries and companies across decades, monitor the implementation and effects of fiscal policies on the global economy, study opposing viewpoints at critical times in the world's history, and more. This title is especially appealing to those interested in business, finance, economics, and journalism.

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