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Today's Wall Street Journal contains a list of closing prices of the top 1000 stocks by market cap.

This seems to be a retro-move, but perhaps recognizes that many subscribers still find it easy to scan the printed list over a cup of coffee or during their daily commute, and don't all sit there with smart phones or iPads on their laps.

Once again the famous newspaper notes are back including arrows for new highs and lows, vj for bankruptcy, v for trading suspended, underlined names for high volume, and bold face for price change over 5%.

Sure all of this can be had on the internet, but not so easily and in the comfort of your favorite resting place.

Let's hope it continues.
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