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Named after Wall Street in New York City, the Wall Street Journal was a publication which a wealthy financier such as Ralph Offenhouse would read in the 20th century for the choosing of and maintaining of one's stocks in a business. With the abandonment of material possessions, the need for publications like the Wall Street Journal waned. By the 24th century, the Journal had been long out of circulation.