It’s widely known that financial journalists are tasked with discovering and delivering timely information in capital markets.
A report released on November 9, 2018, sheds new light into the insights and beliefs that impact reporting. Three key themes were uncovered.
- Financial journalists have greater incentives to uncover and analyze original information rather than relay existing information
- Sell-side analysts play a critical role for financial journalists
- There is greater incentive for accurate timely reporting vs. sensationalism in the business press.
The research covers additional topics and can be found in its entirety here.