The Daily Herald, the third-largest newspaper in Illinois behind the Tribune and the Sun-Tims, is following the lead of their bigger competitors and cutting its stock listings.
The suburban Chicago paper, in a note to readers in Tuesday’s newspaper, stated, “Weekly stock listings will appear Saturdays with the Chicago areaâ€™s best analytical tools. On Sundays, the section will offer the most extensive mutual fund report in the area.
“The daily investorâ€™s guide will offer summary market information, including most active stocks, biggest mutual funds, and listings for many Chicago area companies. The page will have a daily columnist and many brief items on company news affecting the markets.
“In moving the stock listings online, where readers increasingly are turning for that information, the Daily Herald is following a newspaper trend. ”
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