Definition of The Wall Street Journal from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

The Wall Street Journal

 
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the leading financial newspaper in the US. It was first published in 1889 by Charles H Dow and Edward D Jones and is still owned by Dow Jones & Company, which also publishes the Dow-Jones Average. Although it emphasizes business and economic news, the Journal also has articles about political and general news. It is published six days a week in New York and there are also European, Asian and digital editions.