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Explanation: The terms financial journalist, economics journalist AND business jouranlist are all used. I agree that all three are commonly covered by the term Maya has given for business journalist, viz "journaliste économique".
Just one detail though, it might be a reference to the professional magazine edited by The Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
The Society of American Business Editors and Writers, Inc. produces a newsletter called The Business Journalist. The Executive Editor of The Business Journalist is Jon Lansner, a columnist at the Orange County Register. The Creative Director Shelly Hittner is based in Columbia, MO. Click here to read selected articles from The Business Journalist.
The Business Journalist is published six times per year by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, Inc., 76 Gannett Hall, School of Journalism, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. 65211-1200. PHONE 573-882-7862. FAX 573-884-1372.
Individual and instiutional members of SABEW who are current on membership dues receive a copy of The Business Journalist, as well as business executives who subscribe to the journal.
Explanation: That's funny, I don't think any journalist would call himself a business journalist. Your are an economic reporter or editor. Anyway, in French, they are called "journalistes économiques"
(That's what I have been and still am)
Maya Jurt Switzerland Local time: 00:49 Native speaker of: German, French PRO pts in pair: 491