I’d like to welcome to the ranks of MSM financial blogs The Economist. Their new blog is called Free Exchange; They join other such mainstream media bloggers as the WSJ, NYT, Business Week, Barrons, and Marketwatch.

So far, all I’ve noticed are really disorineting flash ads. I haven’t
got to any of the content yet, but as soon as the flash-induced vertigo stops,
I’ll try to check it out in some detail.

Free Exchange can be found here:  http://www.economist.com/debate/freeexchange/                


Hat tipNew Economist         

Category: Financial Press, Weblogs

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2 Responses to “Now Blogging: The Economist”

  1. The Economist is a great magazine. Sadly it is impossible to unsubscribe from their emails.

  2. cButler says:

    Great blog. But what really stands out is the civility and thoughtfulness of the comments posted, even over what are very contentious subjects.

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