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Updated: July 1, 2018

Websites featuring news and analysis of current issues relating to personal finance and economics

In a time of fake news, hidden agendas and not-so-hidden agendas, it’s necessary to know which news sources to trust. News feeds from the major search engines should be reliable but - unless they are being properly curated - rely on automatic filters which have been applied retroactively. Automatic filters have repeatedly been shown to be unreliable.

Here are some financial news sources I consider most trustworthy. Most, if not all, have regional editions available.

The Financial Times

Owned by Nikkei Inc. (Japan) since July 2015, The FT has long enjoyed a reputation as the most credible and widely-read source of financial & business news. Although it has at various times supported one economic policy over another, it has no fixed political affiliation.

Dow Jones & Company &

Owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp since 2007, the views of Dow Jones Network organizations tends toward the right.

The Economist

The Economist is published by The Economist Group, a private company with its headquarters in London, UK. It is politically positioned center/liberal.

Reuters finance

Reuters is now a division of Thomson Reuters which has its headquarters in Toronto, Canada. Thomson Reuters is majority owned by The Woodbridge Company, a holding company controlled by the Thomson family (descended from newspaper magnate Roy Thomson) who have not been reported has having any extreme political views.


Bloomberg is a private company which has its headquarters in Manhattan. It was founded by and is majority owned by Michael Bloomberg who, although involved in politics, does not appear to have extreme political views.


CNN was recently (week of June 11th 2018) acquired by AT&T through its merger with Time Warner. CNN has historically leaned left of center.

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