Barron's is America's premier financial weekly, with in-depth news reports and analyses on global financial markets, plus comprehensive statistics on trading and financial activities.

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Barron's reports on what happened in the financial markets in the week just passed and also looks ahead at what's likely to happen in the weeks to come. This backward-glancing recap and forward-looking perspective on the markets is broadly embodied in the physical makeup of the publication.

Barron's is published in two sections:

Market Week, a pullout section, is comprised of columns and departments. Market Week typically carries coverage and analysis of the past week's activities in the financial markets for stocks, bonds options and commodities; reviews what happened in overseas markets; includes departments covering most active stocks, research reports, 13D filings and excerpts from market newsletters; and, of course, contains the week's full statistics for stocks, bonds, short interest, mutual funds and much more, as well as Barron's famous Market Lab, it's unique compilation of key indicators and data for stocks, bonds and the economy that is one of the most widely read, intensely followed package of statistical information found in the financial world.

The Main Section contains feature stories and columns that tend to focus more on what's likely to happen in the future to specific companies, sectors or the economy. It offers analyses and thoughtful commentary on potential investments, market and demographic trends, and economic and political events affecting business and finance. The Special News Reports — Barron's robust list of recurring, annual close-up features — most often appear as cover stories and are usually found in the middle of the section, where Market Week lifts out. Leading off the Main Section is "Up and Down Wall Street," Barron's famous market-commentary column that's long been written by Alan Abelson, winner of the Loeb Lifetime Achievement Award for Financial Journalism. The column is renowned for capturing the essence of what's driving the financial markets that week and alerting readers to what could go well — or go badly — for investors as a result.

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