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Bloomberg Markets Magazine

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12 issues per year.
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Current Issue

OCT-NOV,  released 24/11/2023
(5 in stock)

Features: Singapore

inc. p&p to United Kingdom
Next Issue: DEC-JAN, Due:05/01/2024
Bloomberg Markets is a US based magazine for financial professionals throughout the world. Globally the largest publication of its kind, Bloomberg Markets magazine can keep you up to date on commodities, rates and bonds, futures and currencies. Bloomberg Markets includes detailed explorations of the current stock market and financial markets, outlines financial strategies, and features articles on some of the most successful businesses and affluent personalities in the world. The magazine has earned numerous accolades, scooping awards for its journalism and editorial and design distinction.

Buy a single copy of BLOOMBERG MARKETS or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

Aimed at professional investors and all financial professionals, like any financial magazine Bloomberg Markets looks daunting, and it is. But secreted within the pages are friendly jargon-busting annotations, making it one of the more accessible publications of its kind.

A special report on profiteering life insurance companies making money from the deaths of American servicemen shows Bloomberg Markets to be a publication not exclusively interested in figures and gains, but desiring to raise the profile of some moral and political problems raised by big business practices. In an article about low wages for Chinese workers, Bloomberg Markets does not make value judgements, but provides interesting information on the cause of these low wages, and the reasons they are likely to rise: not through humanitarianly motivated fixing but as a result of the ‘Lewis Turning Point’, a point in every developing country when surplus workers dry up: demand exceeds supply, and wages increase.

In this way, Bloomberg Markets not only provides for the professional with technical information and figures on current trends and predicted futures in the market, but also caters to the slightly less knowledgeable. Wiley, the parent company of Bloomberg, have also opened Bloomberg Press, who exclusively publish titles for financial professionals, but also publish books of general interest on investing, current affairs, policy affecting investors, and economics, aimed not exclusively at business professionals, but also to other interested individuals.


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