Finance and Investments Using the Wall Street Journal
Peter Crabb’s The Wall Street Journal Workbook for Investments and Finance will help students evaluate and apply information from the Wall Street Journal. It consists of three main parts: 1. An overview of the finance/investments topic, 2. A group of exercises based on data or an article that is printed in the workbook, 3. A group of exercises based on data or an article that is in a current edition of the Wall Street Journal. This workbook establishes a firm link between our textbooks and the discounted Wall Street Journal subscription program ($20 for 15 weeks of the WSJ, both printed and online versions).
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Finance and Investments in The Wall Street Journal
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