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Published: Thursday, 8/30/2007

Stock listings move to Blade Web site

The daily stock listings and mutual fund tables no longer will appear in the printed Blade.

Many newspapers nationally already have made the change, in part because it has become more common for people to get stock and mutual fund information through the Internet.

Instead, the paper will publish a short list of Stocks of Local Interest each day and on Sunday in the Business section.

The Sunday table includes interest rates, foreign currencies, and commodities, as well as some stock market information.

Readers wanting to check on any stocks or mutual funds each day can find them on the paper's Web site, at toledoblade.com/business.

The listings will have updated prices, plus background information on the companies and funds, throughout the day.

Readers who do not own computers can find them in many public places, such as libraries and senior citizen centers.

To express comments, please call a recorded phone line, 419-724-6120, or e-mail bladestocks@theblade.com.

Business readers: Follow the major U.S. market indexes throughout the trading day with these new additions to our online business package.

• Track value changes and summaries on the S&P 500, Dow Jones (DJIA), Morningstar, Nasdaq, and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) with updates every 20 minutes during the trading day.

• Follow our list of the top Blade area companies in Southeast Michigan and Northwest Ohio updated throughout the market day.

• Find A-Z mutual fund and stock lists. Search over 2,000 mutual funds through the alphabetical list, by ticker symbol or fund name. Search over 1,500 stocks through the alphabetical list, by ticker symbol or stock name. Select your stock or mutual fund and track its progress through the trading day. Find company profiles, valuation ratios, financial statements, dividends & returns, SEC filings, and Who s Buying/Selling.

• Find Blade-area business and real estate stories, Homer Brickey s business columns, and Associated Press business stories and videos.



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