After Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Mumbai, Financial Chronicle is now set to hit Delhi newsstands soon, some time in April. The financial daily is priced at Rs 2 in the other cities and it would reportedly be priced the same in Delhi as well.
It is also understood that a copy of the New Delhi edition of Financial Chronicle would be given free of cost for the one week preceding its launch in the Capital.
Financial Chronicle is published five days a week, featuring news and analysis on personal finance, stock markets, company news, brand positioning and government policy, etc.
The daily has a tie-up with International Herald Tribune, under which it publishes an IHT section titled ‘World Business’, which comprises four pages.
It may be recalled that Deccan Chronicle Holdings Ltd, publisher of English daily Deccan Chronicle, had launched its business daily, Financial Chronicle, in Chennai and Hyderabad on April 16, 2008. The combined print run for the two editions on opening day was around 70,000 copies.