The Börsen-Zeitung is the main daily newspaper in Germany exclusively focused on the financial markets. The Börsen-Zeitung's headquarters is in Frankfurt, with editorial offices in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart, as well as Brussels, London, New York, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Shanghai, Tokyo, Washington, DC, and Zurich. The Börsen-Zeitung was founded in the postwar period to help "revive and promote stock exchange trading", according to the editorial in the first issue of 1 February 1952. The existing Herausgebergemeinschaft Wertpapier-Mitteilungen, Keppler, Lehmann had been published since 1947 and focused on securities administration and bank settlements. Its publishers, a syndicate composed of the "Interessengemeinschaft Frankfurter Kreditinstitute" and the Lehmann and Keppler publishing families, decided to complement Wertpapier-Mitteilungen with a daily newspaper reporting on the securities business. More information...

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