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S-R ends daily stocks listings

Weekly Investments section available

Starting today, The Spokesman-Review no longer publishes a full page of daily stock quotes of companies on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq over-the-counter exchange, as well as heavily traded mutual funds.

For online stock prices and market information, readers can go to or call (800) 555-TELL.

For those who prefer their stock information in print, The Spokesman-Review continues to publish its six-page Investments section on Saturdays. The supplement includes 5,600 stock quotes and is delivered with the regular paper, free of charge, to subscribers who request it.

If you are not now receiving the Investments section but would like to, call (509) 747-4422 or (800) 338-8801, ext. 7000.

Eliminating the daily stock page, as scores of newspapers have done in recent years, frees up space that will be devoted to local and national news.

The Money & Markets page will continue to appear in the Business section Tuesday through Saturday. The Money & Markets page contains stocks and commodities information for the Pacific Northwest, as well as stock quotes for regional companies traded on the over-the-counter market.

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