Financier and Bullionist

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The Financier and Bullionist was a daily newspaper published in London. It focused on finance. The paper renamed Financier and Bullionist in 1900 was the result of the merger of two rival financial publications: The Financier and Daily Bullionist (founded originally as The Bullionist).

Origins

The Financier (1870-1900)

The Financier was established in 1870.[1]

The Bullionist / Daily Bullionist (1866-1900)

The Bullionist was established in 1866 and later renamed Daily Bullionist. In 1900, it merged with the rival The Financier.

After merger: Financier and Bullionist (1900-1924)

After the 1900 merger, the publication was renamed the Financier and Bullionist[2] and continued publication for 24 years as Financier and Bullionist, before merging in 1924 with the rival Financial News.[3]

See also

References

  1. The London Quarterly Review, Issues 297-300, p.264
  2. James Willing, Willing's Press Guide, Volume 33, p.30
  3. National Institute of Economic and Social Research, A Statistical Analysis of Advertising Expenditure, p.59