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Backgrounder on reporting on Capital Markets

Capital markets are markets in which equity (shares) and debt (bonds) are traded. If they exist at all in less developed countries they are typically small. Most financing to help companies grow is done through bank financing rather than through the equity markets. Over the past decade or so, an “emerging markets” capital market has emerged. Based primarily in New York and London, this market has permitted developing countries’ governments (“sovereigns”) to access international capital markets.

Catherine Mckinley | June 27, 2008

Seven Tips for Election Reporting

From an article by Thomas Winship, chairman of the International Center for Journalists and former editor of The Boston Globe. Written for Editor & Publisher.

Thomas Winship, chairman of the International Center for Journalists and former editor of The Boston Globe | June 27, 2008

The Bloomberg Way: 10 Commandments for Business Reporters

Being the best requires precision in language, scrupulous attention to detail, an insatiable thirst for knowledge, persistence in getting any task accomplished, no matter how daunting, the humility to recognize that none of us is infallible, and the decency to address anyone and everyone with concern and kindness.

Cesar Miquel | June 27, 2008

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