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Subject: Re: Austria's ATX in 2011? Digging for some info Date: 8/31/2014 1:51 PM
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The best I know of is Economist magazine. (They claim its a newspaper.)


Published in UK, they do an excellent job of covering world news events including in the US. (They do a better job covering the US than do US news magazines.)

Reading a whole issue each week is quite a challenge, as the issues are large. But scanning the headlines to decide what to read carefully keeps you aware of developments not only in Europe, but globally. Its an excellent magazine.

I would not call it stock pickers magazine. You will find info on gdp growth in countries around the globe and news commentary that makes you aware of the economic principles that apply.

It is a great read. Highly recommended.
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