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Financial Newspaper

Financial Newspaper

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Published by Aditya Trivedi
This document discusses regarding Financial newspaper. Although it share good information about the topic but its nothing new from speak Asia Ezine because its just copy and paste from other sources and what is even more funny that in some E-zines there are not even credible sources. So there is no violation of copy rights !!!!!!

Anyone can access the link http://assets.speakasiaonline.com/ezine/25052011/FinancialNewspaper.htm . As of june 2011 the link is accessible
This document discusses regarding Financial newspaper. Although it share good information about the topic but its nothing new from speak Asia Ezine because its just copy and paste from other sources and what is even more funny that in some E-zines there are not even credible sources. So there is no violation of copy rights !!!!!!

Anyone can access the link http://assets.speakasiaonline.com/ezine/25052011/FinancialNewspaper.htm . As of june 2011 the link is accessible

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Financial Newspaper
 A financial editor is one who works on a newspaper and is in charge of the financial section. He or she may also bereferred to as a section editor or desk editor; this means he is in charge of this one particular section of the paper, butgenerally reports to the managing editor of the entire newspaper. A financial editor is responsible for all of the content inthe financial section of the paper, which means assigning articles to reporters and editing the articles when they areturned in, among other duties.The financial editor will generally need to meet frequently with the managing editor, as well as the other sectioneditors, to discuss the newspaper and the type of content that should be included. He or she will then take those ideas,and go to the various reporters who work in the financial section of the paper and assign articles; reporters may also beresponsible for coming up with their own ideas and submitting them to the financial editor for approval. The articles will generally be a mix of hard news and soft news.Hard news is current events in the financial world, for example, whereas soft news may be more human interest storiessuch as ideas for saving money on utility bills. The financial editor will need to choose which of these articles will bepublished in each edition of the newspaper; hard news will usually take precedence over human interest stories. It isimportant that the financial section of the newspaper remain informative while still capturing the interest of thereader.Each article that is published in the newspaper is generally checked by the financial editor to make sure there are nostylistic or grammatical errors. A copy editor may also work on the article to check for items such as punctuation, or tocreate catchy headlines. Typically, the reporter who writes the article is responsible for his or her own fact-checking, but this can vary depending on the size of the newspaper.
Generally, one who wants to become a financial editor will have a four year college degree in journalism orcommunications, and often a dual degree in a business or financial field. Some may even have experience working in thefinance industry. He or she will generally begin working on a newspaper in an entry-level position such as copy editing,and may then become a reporter or a staff writer before eventually becoming an editor.In this tough economical situation people are always busy to earn more and more money. Earning money is actually notenough. Side by side it is also needed to invest your hard earned money to make huge profit. It is not an easy job to investmoney to a safe and proper place that can give desired financial security. You can find yourself in a complicatedsituation while investing your money as the options are many. That is why you have to be well-known about theeconomic news of the world and the particular nation you are living. All kind of latest financial news can help the peopleto decide the right steps they should take to utilize money. All the investment options depend on the economical systemof the entire world. Various types of investment options are there for you to choose from. You can be well-known about the risk factor, upsand downs, interest rate and many other terms and conditions about these options from the Finance News that arepublished or telecasted for the people. Hundred of newspapers are there that published all types of latest economic news.Many financial experts publish the right way of investment in these newspapers. On the other hand various types omagazines are present that include every kind of Finance News. You can take the right decision to invest your money by reading the article of these magazines that are related to world economy. You can find many news channels that are only concerned with the news, related to business and economics. People can be updated instantly with every type of Economic news. Many professional and experienced financial experts try tomake the people aware about the present economical condition of the world. You can achieve huge loss if you jump toany investment option without knowing the actual detail of it.Share market is the controller of the economical system of the world. People consider share market as one of the bestoptions to get huge returns. It is also true that risk is also very high here. It is always highly recommended to know theeach and every detail of share market news before going to invest your hard earned money in this sector. The risk will be less if you purchase the share of profitable companies. The share market news includes all the present situation osome companies, ups and downs of the market and share value of companies.
 While most newspapers are aimed at a broad spectrum of readers, usually geographically defined, some focus on groupsof readers defined more by their interests than their location: for example, there are daily and weekly businessnewspapers and sports newspapers. More specialist still are some weekly newspapers, usually free and distributed withinlimited areas; these may serve communities as specific as certain immigrant populations, or the local gay community.
 A daily newspaper is issued every day, sometimes with the exception of Sundays and somenational holidays. Saturday and, where they exist, Sunday editions of daily newspapers tend to be larger, include more specialized sections andadvertising inserts, and cost more. Typically, the majority of these newspapers’ staff work Monday to Friday, so theSunday and Monday editions largely depend on content done in advance or content that is syndicated. Most daily newspapers are published in the morning. Afternoon or evening papers are aimed more at commuters and office workers.
 Weekly newspapers are common and tend to be smaller than daily papers. In some cases, there also are newspapers thatare published twice or three times a week. In the United States, such newspapers are generally still classified as weeklies.
Most nations have at least one newspaper that circulates throughout the whole country: a national newspaper, ascontrasted with a local newspaper serving a city or region. In the United Kingdom, there are numerous nationalnewspapers, including The Independent, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Observer, The Daily Mail,The Sun, The Daily Express and The Daily Mirror. In the United States and Canada, there are few national newspapers. Almost every market has one or two newspapers that dominate the area. Certain newspapers, notably The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today in the US, and The Globe and Mail and The National Post in Canada areavailable throughout the country. In India, newspapers like the Times of India, The Hindu, and the Hindustan Timesare extremely popular and have large reader bases. Large metropolitan newspapers have also expanded distributionnetworks and with effort can be found outside their normal area.
There is also a small group of newspapers which may be characterized as international newspapers. Some, such as TheInternational Herald Tribune, have always had that focus, while others are repackaged national newspapers or"international editions" of national-scale or large metropolitan newspapers. Often these international editions are scaleddown to remove articles that might not interest the wider range of readers. As English became the international language of business and technology, many newspapers formerly published only innon-English languages have also developed English-language editions. In places as varied as Jerusalem and Mumbai,newspapers are printed to a local and international English-speaking public. The advent of the Internet has also allowedthe non-English newspapers to put out a scaled-down English version to give their newspaper a global outreach.

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