Washington Post brings back some stock listings
The Washington Post, which last week dramatically cut its published stock and mutual fund listings, is bringing some of them back at the request of its readers.
A short notice in Wednesday’s paper stated, “Starting today, we will publish trading information on 1,400 stocks and 2,100 mutual funds. The list now includes shares of the biggest companies and mutual funds, stocks issued by local companies and those stocks and funds held by a large number of Post readers.
“Full listings of individual stocks and mutual funds will continue to appear in Sunday Business. Monday’s Washington Business will continue to publish expanded data on local stocks. You can find up-to-the-minute stock quotes, mutual fund data and investing tools at http://washingtonpost.com/markets.”
Read more here. The paper had previously cut back to 1,000 stocks and 2,000 mutual funds.