Information Matters: 5 Best Places to Receive the Latest News of the Financial Industry

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The internet is full of information of every kind. On one hand, this is a good thing but it can quickly become overwhelming. Sometimes, you don’t know which sources to trust.

When it comes to financial news and stock market developments, it becomes especially important that you get accurate, up to date information. If you like to keep an eye on the markets and economy, here are five news sources you need to check out regularly.

CNN Markets

CNN is inarguably one of the world’s biggest news networks and while politics may dominate its coverage, its Markets page is closely followed by those in the industry. It offers a pretty straightforward look at financial news and events, trending stocks and commodities changes. There are also dedicated pages for each of these areas as well as frequent updates on several financial topics. If you want to get a quick look at the financial industry at the start or end of your day, make sure you include CNN Markets.

Money Morning

If you want to know the performance of the Dow today, look no further than Money Morning. By signing up for free membership, you get access to an analysis of the day’s performance along with content on cryptocurrencies, IPOs, and even the marijuana industry. Money Morning is ideal for investors, potential investors and financial industry professionals who want to get lots of information in one location.

Kiplinger

This site goes beyond just giving you financial news. It tells you how current events can impact your financial situation and gives you tips on how to navigate the ever-changing environment. You’ll find advice on personal finance and investing alongside special reports and podcasts. If you want practical tips for spending and investing instead of dry numbers, add this site to your rotation.  

MarketWatch

MarketWatch is a Wall Street Journal Publication for those who want in-depth information about the stock market. It lets you monitor key exchanges, read the latest news and check stock prices quite easily. If you sign up for an account, you can customize the homepage to suit your particular interests and add specific stocks to your watchlist. Many of the topics are suited for hardcore investors but there’s a lot to read for those whose interests are more general.

Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg is another solid news source and their Markets page is chock-full of information in an easy to read format. You can quickly get a stocks overview at the top of the home page along with futures, commodities, and markets. Below that, you’ll find lots of expert analysis on the markets with frequent updates, graphs, and videos. For those who prefer to listen to their financial news and reports, there’s a podcast section as well. This means virtually any type of consumer can get the information they need in a format they like.

With economic news attracting attention from virtually everyone these days, these sites make it easy to stay on top of what is happening. Whether you’re an industry professional looking for in-depth research or a young parent trying to figure out what economic changes mean for interest rates, you can get the content you need.

 

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