NEW MEDIA: Web Watch - Financial Sites

Rank Site                           Address               Latest monthly
                                                        page impressions
                                                              (millions)
1    Financial Times                ft.com                         *55.6
2    The Wall Street Journal        wsj.com                         40.5
3    Advanced Financial Network     advfn.com                       36.5
4    Ample                          ample.com                       26.8
5    The Motley Fool                fool.co.uk                      17.7
6    Hemscott                       hemscott.net                    14.6
7    The Economist                  economist.com                   12.3
8    MX MoneyXtra                   moneyextra.com                   9.0
9    Bloomberg                      bloomberg.co.uk                  5.3
10   Sharepages                     sharepages.com                   5.2

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.

Little has changed in this table since it was last published in April. FT.com is still at the top, followed by The Wall Street Journal. Ample and Advanced Financial Network have switched places, while the rest of the table looks very much the same as before. Hemscott is a new entry in sixth place with 14.6 million hits. That puts it above The Economist, MX MoneyXtra, Bloomberg and Sharepages, which have all shuffled down as a result.

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