The Sacramento Bee, which plans to cut its standalone business section later this month, will actually increase its printed stock listings when it makes the change, writes business editor Wayne Davis.
Davis writes that the changes to the section will include:
â€¢ The stock listings will grow. Each day, we’ll publish more than 750 of the most widely held U.S. stocks, up from the 300 we now list.
â€¢ We’ll have more than 500 of the largest mutual funds -â€“ up from the 250 we now run.
â€¢ The page will also include a daily account of 25 exchange-traded funds and a list of 30 foreign exchanges to track global currencies.
â€¢ The increased number of stocks and mutual funds offered daily means we will discontinue the Readers’ Choice list that now appears in Saturday’s paper.
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