NEW MEDIA: WEB WATCH - FINANCIAL SITES

Rank Site Address Latest monthly page impressions (millions) 1 The Wall Street Journal wsj.com 57.3 2 Financial Times ft.com *54.0 3 Advanced Financial Network advfn.com 39.5 4 The Economist economist.com 16.4 5 Ample ample.com 15.0 6 The Motley Fool fool.co.uk 14.0 7 Hemscott hemscott.net 9.1 8 MX MoneyeXtra moneyextra.com 8.2 9 Bloomberg bloomberg.co.uk **5.2 10 Sharepages sharepages.com 3.5 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 8263. *Figures from ABC Electronic. ** Pending re-design/DART.

The Wall Street Journal has leapt ahead of FT.com to take the number one spot in the financial websites table. The Wall Street Journal website, which costs $189 to subscribe to, includes media and marketing information as well as reports on all of the economic markets. Advertisers and sponsors include GE and Ace Group while Siemens sponsors the Market report. The Motley Fool has slipped down the table, losing 3.4 million page impressions since the last report , and has been usurped by The Economist.

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