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Named after [[Wall Street]] in [[New York City]], the '''''Wall Street Journal''''' was a [[USA|US-American]] [[newspaper]] focused on [[economics]].
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Named after [[Wall Street]] in [[New York City]], the '''''Wall Street Journal''''' was an [[American]] [[newspaper]] focused on [[economics]].
   
 
Upon being revived in [[2364]] and disappointed to hear that he could not contact his [[bank]] at the moment, [[20th century]] [[financier]] [[Ralph Offenhouse]] unavailingly asked if there was at least a copy of the ''Wall Street Journal'' aboard {{Enterprise|D}}. ({{TNG|The Neutral Zone}})
 
Upon being revived in [[2364]] and disappointed to hear that he could not contact his [[bank]] at the moment, [[20th century]] [[financier]] [[Ralph Offenhouse]] unavailingly asked if there was at least a copy of the ''Wall Street Journal'' aboard {{Enterprise|D}}. ({{TNG|The Neutral Zone}})

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Named after Wall Street in New York City, the Wall Street Journal was an American newspaper focused on economics.

Upon being revived in 2364 and disappointed to hear that he could not contact his bank at the moment, 20th century financier Ralph Offenhouse unavailingly asked if there was at least a copy of the Wall Street Journal aboard Enterprise-D. (TNG: "The Neutral Zone")

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