WSJ City: Business & Finance

WSJ City: Business & Finance

By Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Journal.

WSJ City: Business & Finance App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 132 App Reviews
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WSJ City: Business & Finance App Details

Need to be well-informed but short on time? Get the competitive edge with the essential Wall Street Journal. Five minutes of aspirational reading on business and finance. What’s happened and why it matters. Succinctly digested to give you maximum information in minutes. Data tools to watch market moves. Be first with the news, and lead the conversation. Free to download, free to read. Published each weekday with a summary of top stories at weekends. Terms of Use: http://www.wsj.com/policy/subscriber-agreement?headerFooter=off Privacy Policy: https://www.dowjones.com/privacy-policy/ Cookie Policy: https://www.dowjones.com/cookies-policy/

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App Reviews

  • Can you add NASDAQ futures please?

    4
    By effectsfire
    Just need NASDAQ futures in market overview data
  • Concise and well organized news app

    4
    By Mannysaul
    Great app to get a summary of the major business res of the day.
  • Solid, focused app

    5
    By Wire42
    I'm quite happy with both the editorial focus and the technical functionality of this app, especially compared to WSJ's other efforts.
  • Dominic Owen

    5
    By Domtennis
    Excellent reporting!
  • Free

    5
    By Dalej423
    A free app, and as of now, no stories behind a paywall. A good overview of UK financial news.
  • Efficient and informative

    5
    By ddaniela
    Perfect for people in the go
  • Sophisticated and relevant

    5
    By Seeksit
    Internet magazine's content is vast and searchable.
  • Please fold into the what's news app

    5
    By Anonymous41909
    No reason to have two separate apps
  • Great!

    5
    By Jojutla19
    Very accurate and up to day
  • Very Sleek and Informative

    5
    By Chief117117
    Even if you're stateside, this is still relevant. Incorporates all WSJ articles. Especially like the alerts

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