Computerized Investing > January/February 2003

On the Internet: News

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News is available on the Internet in many different formats, from tickers and headlines to in-depth news reports. Here we focus your attention on some of the top financial news Web sites available today.

SEE FULL SIZE. draws content from Bloomberg’s various publications and services and makes it available, at no charge, to investors.

The Bloomberg Web site includes news coverage of U.S. and international companies, top news stories on the economy, market updates, and financial tools. Also available at no charge are current statistics on world market indexes, U.S. Treasury and international yield curves, currency exchange rates, and municipal bond yields. The site’s home page shows breaking news as well as snapshots of the main equity indexes, leading and lagging movers, commodities, and currencies—updated every 30 seconds.

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