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‘The Wall Street Journal’ set to hike price to $1.50

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New York—The Wall Street Journal will raise its weekday newsstand price to $1.50, from $1.00, starting July 16, the newspaper’s parent, Dow Jones & Co., has confirmed. The subscription price will not change. Single copies of the Journal’s “Weekend Edition” will remain at $1.50. The Journal has a combined print and online circulation of 2 million. In the last Audit Bureau of Circulations FAS-FAX report, for the six-month period ended March 31, the Journal was just one of six dailies to report a circulation increase, albeit a slight one (0.61%).
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