Media Moves

Chicago Tribune to further trim stock listings

January 2, 2007

The Chicago Tribune, which last year cut its stock listings during the week, has now said it will trim its weekend stock listings, according to Editor & Publisher.

The Tribune said that beginning Jan. 6, it would reduce the number of NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX and mutual fund listings, “and add richer analysis across more categories to help you make wiser investment decisions.”

The paper said after the reductions, it will publish more than 2,000 NYSE listings, more than 800 NASDAQ and AMEX issues, and more than 700 mutual funds.

Read more here. It was almost a year ago that the Tribune cut its daily stock listings.

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