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Financial Printing--Strength In Numbers

December 1999
Financial printing is benefiting from a robust M&A market, continued mutual fund surges and (surprise!) the Internet, as 2000 sets its sights on Wall Street.


In 1997, the financial printing market was considered by some financial printers to be the hottest bull market in modern history. By the end of 1998, the same financial printing insiders were less enthused, dubbing 1998 a year of difficult "highs and lows," as the financial printing market and its lifemate—Wall Street—rode out a year that, for the market's competitive printers, was burdened with a dramatic downturn of transactional business.

Then came 1999—thank goodness.

Top 10 Financial Printers
 CompanySegment
Sales
(millions)
Total Sales
(millions)
1R.R. Donnelley & Sons
Chicago
$500.00$5,000.002Bowne & Co.
New York
$356.00$848.00
3Merrill Corp.
St. Paul, MN
$203.00$509.00
4Global Financial Press
Philadelphia
$59.00$59.00
5Cunningham Graphics Int'l
Jersey City, NJ
$50.00$112.00
6Applied Printing Technologies
Moonachie, NJ
$24.00$100.00
7Scott Printing
 

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