Serious minded and highly informative magazine, with a serious price tag attached, Financial News may not be cheap but it is a highly professional and reliable look at the world of business and finance.
This weekly newspaper features in-depth details of all the latest financial goings-on and important political decisions. It can boast sections devoted to Investment Banking, Trading and Technology, Fund Management and Private Equity, as well as news of all the big moves in the markets. It also features insightful and thought-provoking comment and opinions, and is essential reading for anyone involved in the highest levels of finance.
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If you, like us, saw the price tag associated with each copy of Financial News and involuntarily drew in a sharp breath and made a slightly shocked sound, then we are afraid we’ve got some bad news; this paper is not for you.
No, it is not for those who would baulk at such a price tag, despite it being about the same as it costs to feed a family for a night. If the fact that it costs more than a novel shocks you, then you have no place in world of high finance. It could be seen as a risky move, alienating a good section of your potential readership through price alone, but the reason that they can charge so much is that people are willing to pay it, as the audience is primarily well paid bankers and senior figures in the financial world.
Mind you, it may cost a fair packet, but you get something pretty impressive as a return. Not only does each edition offer incisive views and reporting on the latest financial developments along with complex and nuanced understandings of what they actually mean, you also get expert opinion and comment pieces, and plenty of tips for what to trade and where. Frankly, if you were to be at a top financial company and find that they were too cheap to buy Financial News, then you would want to look elsewhere – the cost is a sign of the high levels of money it deals with and the sense of prestige. NB