Diane Francis describes a changed Wall Street

Posted on: October 6, 2008

The mark of a good writer is one who can put you there, in the scene they are witnessing.

Diane Francis can do that. It’s good she is a business writer, likely the best known business writer in Canada. Good business writers are needed now.

Francis wrote this story, October 3, Wall Street Melting.

Diane Francis writes for the National Post. Her work can also be read on the Huffington Post. Another  worth reading is Dont touch the stock market, on HuffPo, published October 1.


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