I-RECALL: Web Watch - Financial Sites

The three market leaders have been doing the tango this month -

January's leader, the Wall Street Journal, has fallen into second place

behind FT.com, which was number three in January's chart. Although the

number of FT.com page impressions has remained the same, both the WSJ

and interactive investor international have suffered falls in their

traffic figures, thus pushing them down the chart.



Rank Site Address Latest monthly

page impressions

(millions)

1 FT.com ft.com 39.0

2 Wall Street Journal wsj.com 33.0

3 iii iii.co.uk *27.7

4 E*trade etrade.co.uk 23.3

5 The Motley Fool fool.co.uk 16.0

6 MoneyeXtra moneyextra.com 15.5

7 uk-invest uk-invest.com 8.5

8 Market-eye marketeye.co.uk 7.6

9 Bloomberg bloomberg.co.uk 5.2

10 mQuotes mquotes.co.uk 4.8

These are unaudited figures taken from publishers unless stated. The

data used in this table is supplied by BRAD: www.intellagencia.com Tel:

(020) 7505 8458. For a free listing in the New Media section of BRAD,

call (020) 7505 8254. *Figures from ABC Electronic.



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