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LSEG and Dow Jones Forge Multi-Year Data and News Partnership

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The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) and Dow Jones have embarked on a new, multi-year collaboration to provide enhanced data, news, and analytics services. Under the strategic partnership, Dow Jones’s news content will be accessible within LSEG Workspace, LSEG’s next generation workflow platform. Premium subscribers will have access to an extensive range of news stories from globally respected publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Dow Jones Newswires, WSJ Pro, and Investor’s Business Daily, among others. This expanded access is available at no additional cost.

In addition to news content, LSEG will equip Dow Jones’s editorial teams with LSEG Workspace, incorporating the latest in workflow and productivity tools to support a data-driven newsroom environment. Journalists will benefit from comprehensive LSEG data sets, including Datastream, Fundamentals & Estimates, StarMine models, and SDC Platinum’s premier deal insights.

The Wall Street Journal’s coverage of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and capital markets will be bolstered by over four decades of data, insights, and league tables provided by LSEG. Moreover, LSEG will serve as a key source of deals data, featuring prominently in the WSJ Investment Banking Scorecard.

The partnership will also see the co-development of an enhanced news experience within LSEG Workspace, curated by senior Dow Jones editors. This tailored news service, designed for the Workspace audience, is slated for launch in early 2025, with LSEG being Dow Jones’s first partner in this new enterprise-focused subscription model.

Combining Dow Jones’s real-time, industry-leading news with LSEG’s advanced classification, tagging, and search technologies, the collaboration aims to enrich news feed offerings for LSEG subscribers, who will gain access to Dow Jones’s text feeds, which LSEG will use to enhance its real-time news, news archive, and news analytics services.

David Schwimmer, CEO, LSEG, commented: “The inclusion of the latest news, commentary and analysis from Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal is a powerful new addition for our LSEG Workspace users. Our partnership will also see Dow Jones benefit from our world class data and analytics capabilities to support a data-driven newsroom across all of its channels.”

Almar Latour, CEO of Dow Jones and Publisher of The Wall Street Journal, added: “This partnership with LSEG is key to delivering the world’s best news, information and analysis to business leaders across the globe. Combining the strength of both brands will serve the needs of LSEG Workspace users and enhance our newsrooms.”

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