Which Newspapers Offer Stock Values by Date?


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The New York Times, The Washington Post and USA Today are newspapers that offer stock values by date. Visitors to their websites can search by company name or stock symbol to view current and historical stock quotes and related information, including trading volumes, market capitalizations and prior-day closing prices. Stock prices are summarized in a line graph, and users can filter results by a variety of short or long-term date ranges.

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The New York Times offers an interactive historical stock chart, which provides opening, high, low and closing stock prices. Users can mouse over the line graph to view prices for individual days or click and drag to view a custom date range. The chart provides links to news stories related to the company’s performance that correspond with the dates on the chart.

The Washington Post offers a summary overview of historical performance up to one year in a non-interactive line graph. The Post also provides the amount of the last dividend and dividend yield as well as the dividend reinvestment and pay dates.

Visitors to USA Today’s stock information section can view historical stock prices on an interactive line graph, with up to 10 years of prices available. Users can also enter an additional company to compare prices or compare a company's performance with the major U.S. indices.

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