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FT News in Focus

By Financial Times

News features and analysis from Financial Times reporters around the world. FT News in Focus is produced by Fiona Symon.

  1. 1.
    What the Sotheby's sale means for art market transparency06/25/2019
    11:14
  2. 2.
    How can we best treat dementia?06/24/2019
    14:03
  3. 3.
    Kamala Harris and the race for the Democratic presidential nomination06/23/2019
    12:01
  4. 4.
    Trump attacks ECB chief over 'unfair' stimulus plan06/20/2019
    13:49
  5. 5.
    Philip Green fashion empire crumbles06/19/2019
    18:42
  6. 6.
    Facebook's digital currency initiative06/18/2019
    8:30
  7. 7.
    KKR agrees buyout deal with German media giant06/17/2019
    11:53
  8. 8.
    Perspectives on China and global power06/12/2019
    14:07
  1. 9.
    Mideast tensions rise over Iran06/10/2019
    17:14
  2. 10.
    The weaponisation of China's rare earths06/09/2019
    10:37
  3. 11.
    Woodford debacle reverberates across UK investment industry06/06/2019
    13:06
  4. 12.
    The return of Peronist politics in Argentina06/04/2019
    9:31
  5. 13.
    Brazil's Natura cosmetics takes on the world06/02/2019
    8:44
  6. 14.
    The return of race science05/31/2019
    17:46
  7. 15.
    Is Apple's app store anti-competitive?05/30/2019
    11:52
  8. 16.
    Sky high expectations for Modi's second term05/29/2019
    12:00
  9. 17.
    Renault FCA merger set to reshape global car industry05/28/2019
    11:57
  10. 18.
    Why Russia's homegrown industries strategy is flawed05/24/2019
    10:47
  11. 19.
    Europe's changing political landscape05/23/2019
    11:14
  12. 20.
    BP prepares for low carbon future05/22/2019
    12:01
  13. 21.
    US delivers hammer blow to Huawei's expansion hopes05/21/2019
    12:00
  14. 22.
    The political cost of Pakistan's IMF loan05/21/2019
    8:26
  15. 23.
    Scientists find shocking levels of plastic pollution05/20/2019
    9:49
  16. 24.
    Jack Dorsey: super influencer or troubled soul?05/16/2019
    10:41
  17. 25.
    WhatsApp hack reveals vulnerability of smartphones05/15/2019
    12:56
  18. 26.
    US-China trade dispute takes centre stage for markets05/15/2019
    13:22
  19. 27.
    Carlos Ghosn: the Lebanon connection05/14/2019
    9:58
  20. 28.
    Time to tackle our obsession with body image?05/13/2019
    14:21
  21. 29.
    Modi plays Hindu nationalism card to seek re-election05/10/2019
    15:17
  22. 30.
    Google's new privacy drive05/09/2019
    11:44
  23. 31.
    Petrodollars fail to ease Basra's water crisis05/08/2019
    13:10
  24. 32.
    China's BRI - a new colonialism?05/07/2019
    13:47
  25. 33.
    UK high streets in crisis05/06/2019
    12:09
  26. 34.
    Bannon's academy for the global alt-right05/02/2019
    12:15
  27. 35.
    Venezuelan army fails to back Guaidó's 'final push'05/01/2019
    11:48
  28. 36.
    Deutsche Bank problems unresolved after merger talks fail04/30/2019
    10:55
  29. 37.
    Privatised water: should the UK reconsider?04/29/2019
    13:04
  30. 38.
    US decision to end Iran oil waivers puts pressure on oil price04/28/2019
    10:13
  31. 39.
    Nationalist spectre hovers over Spanish poll debate04/26/2019
    12:33
  32. 40.
    Research opens way to ending malaria04/25/2019
    11:19
  33. 41.
    Thomas Cook explores potential sale04/24/2019
    8:29
  34. 42.
    How our faces are helping create a new surveillance technology04/22/2019
    16:25
  35. 43.
    Brazil's Kayapo people battle to protect their rainforest04/21/2019
    9:00
  36. 44.
    Mueller report unpacked04/18/2019
    9:26
  37. 45.
    Russians feel the pinch04/17/2019
    8:24
  38. 46.
    Leaders toppled in Sudan and Algeria, but will anything really change?04/16/2019
    10:49
  39. 47.
    What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?04/15/2019
    11:53
  40. 48.
    The rise of Extinction Rebellion04/12/2019
    18:14
  41. 49.
    Franco-German divisions laid bare in Brexit talks04/11/2019
    10:07
  42. 50.
    US-China research highlights risk of 'dual use' AI04/10/2019
    9:57
  43. 51.
    Roblox leads cloud gaming revolution04/09/2019
    11:15
  44. 52.
    Brain stimulation aids short-term memory04/08/2019
    9:43
  45. 53.
    The politics of chess04/04/2019
    11:05
  46. 54.
    Pakistan leader criticises Modi for stoking 'war hysteria'04/03/2019
    18:05
  47. 55.
    China's economic slowdown03/31/2019
    10:40
  48. 56.
    Thailand's election ends in uncertainty03/29/2019
    10:18
  49. 57.
    Swedbank chief sacked over money laundering scandal03/28/2019
    7:44
  50. 58.
    Oxford launches poverty-fighting vehicle03/26/2019
    10:34
  51. 59.
    Volvo chief issues warning on self-driving car safety03/25/2019
    10:41
  52. 60.
    VW chief's Nazi gaffe angers investors03/24/2019
    8:27
  53. 61.
    Relief all round as EU leaders offer reprieve on Brexit03/22/2019
    10:11
  54. 62.
    Strong cannabis linked to psychosis03/21/2019
    14:57
  55. 63.
    How a double murder inspired a new politics in Slovakia03/20/2019
    9:02
  56. 64.
    YouTube Music takes on Spotify in India03/19/2019
    8:15
  57. 65.
    What makes for a creative office?03/18/2019
    13:05
  58. 66.
    Why was Boeing slow to act on 737 Max concerns?03/14/2019
    10:20
  59. 67.
    Could a merger between Germany's two biggest banks work?03/13/2019
    9:11
  60. 68.
    Resignation scandal mars Trudeau's shiny image03/12/2019
    10:59
  61. 69.
    Can DNA testing show us what food to eat?03/11/2019
    13:11
  62. 70.
    German carmakers go electric03/10/2019
    14:07
  63. 71.
    The rise and fall of Bill Gross03/08/2019
    13:11
  64. 72.
    French plan to tax big tech stirs controversy03/06/2019
    8:36
  65. 73.
    Tokyo court grants bail to former Renault-Nissan boss03/05/2019
    9:10
  66. 74.
    Bribery allegations shake up Israeli elections03/04/2019
    10:37
  67. 75.
    Political activists sneak bots into dating apps03/03/2019
    11:52
  68. 76.
    Why the exclusion of women from data matters03/01/2019
    9:30
  69. 77.
    Waiting for Mueller02/28/2019
    10:06
  70. 78.
    Calvey detention alarms Russia investors02/27/2019
    13:14
  71. 79.
    Will the folding phone catch on?02/26/2019
    11:28
  72. 80.
    How did Buffett get burnt in Kraft Heinz deal?02/25/2019
    7:57
  73. 81.
    Greta Thunberg: climate change superstar02/22/2019
    10:18
  74. 82.
    Saudi mission to India turns from trade to terror02/21/2019
    14:38
  75. 83.
    Fast-growing fintech Revolut stirs debate in Lithuania02/20/2019
    8:36
  76. 84.
    Britain's breakaway faction seeks to build 'a new politics'02/19/2019
    13:13
  77. 85.
    US and European rifts on display at Munich security conference02/18/2019
    11:30
  78. 86.
    Travis Kalanick's next act02/17/2019
    10:48
  79. 87.
    To impeach or not to impeach?02/14/2019
    9:06
  80. 88.
    Australia's military upgrade02/13/2019
    8:30
  81. 89.
    Bolsonaro's financial guru02/12/2019
    11:02
  82. 90.
    Hungary offers financial perks to boost birth rate02/11/2019
    13:31
  83. 91.
    Dispute over iconic Milan building worries investors02/10/2019
    8:39
  84. 92.
    Tortoise provides inspiration for diabetes pill02/08/2019
    12:14
  85. 93.
    Can the US soyabean market stage a recovery this year?02/07/2019
    7:40
  86. 94.
    UK outsourcing sector proves a hard sell02/06/2019
    9:33
  87. 95.
    Nissan reverses out of UK X-Trail decision02/05/2019
    11:06
  88. 96.
    VW takes on Tesla02/04/2019
    15:06
  89. 97.
    Brazil disaster puts spotlight on industry failings01/31/2019
    9:39
  90. 98.
    Tech that can read our minds takes a step closer01/30/2019
    10:21
  91. 99.
    Former Barclays chief Varley on trial01/29/2019
    10:32
  92. 100.
    Can tech save bricks and mortar retail?01/28/2019
    9:17
  93. 101.
    Dyson relocates its HQ on the eve of Brexit01/27/2019
    14:13
  94. 102.
    Does Britain's 'Prevent' anti-terror strategy work?01/24/2019
    12:09
  95. 103.
    India's e-commerce backlash01/23/2019
    13:52
  96. 104.
    Brexit fireworks put markets in a bind01/22/2019
    15:44
  97. 105.
    US bank earnings defy investor concerns01/21/2019
    10:21
  98. 106.
    The KonMari craze01/18/2019
    11:07
  99. 107.
    Santander's mis-hiring fiasco01/17/2019
    7:31
  100. 108.
    May's mission impossible on Brexit01/16/2019
    12:05
  101. 109.
    The murky world of data brokers01/15/2019
    7:51
  102. 110.
    What’s next for WeWork01/14/2019
    9:44
  103. 111.
    What are the potential health benefits of gene editing?01/13/2019
    15:32
  104. 112.
    Stress in the City01/10/2019
    19:28
  105. 113.
    Banks, business and Brexit01/09/2019
    12:18
  106. 114.
    Youthful rapper challenges Africa's ageing autocrats01/08/2019
    9:25
  107. 115.
    US government shutdown tests mettle of rival parties01/07/2019
    12:03
  108. 116.
    Lebanon looks to China for role in Syria reconstruction01/06/2019
    10:16
  109. 117.
    China role in 5G contracts presents dilemma for Europe01/04/2019
    10:40
  110. 118.
    EU regime disrupts role of financial analysts01/03/2019
    9:04
  111. 119.
    Pre-election giveaways worry India's economists01/02/2019
    8:20
  112. 120.
    How much sleep do we need?12/31/2018
    19:50
  113. 121.
    Corporate year in review12/28/2018
    12:41
  114. 122.
    Mind the gender pay gap12/27/2018
    13:13
  115. 123.
    Walmsley's GSK gamble12/24/2018
    10:39
  116. 124.
    George Soros: standard bearer for liberal democracy12/22/2018
    22:26
  117. 125.
    Delayed Congo poll offers slim hope for change12/21/2018
    11:45
  118. 126.
    US stocks tumble on Fed rate decision and outlook12/20/2018
    9:49
  119. 127.
    Pressure builds on US tech companies over Russia manipulation12/19/2018
    9:42
  120. 128.
    Malaysia files charges against Goldman over 1MDB fraud12/18/2018
    9:31
  121. 129.
    Isis returns to its insurgent roots12/17/2018
    12:32
  122. 130.
    EU moves closer to adopting human rights sanctions law12/14/2018
    12:08
  123. 131.
    Big Four accounting firms reveal sexual harassment data12/13/2018
    8:25
  124. 132.
    Dell shareholders back return to the public market12/12/2018
    8:16
  125. 133.
    Global spotlight on Pakistan's blasphemy laws12/11/2018
    10:53
  126. 134.
    Can science solve the problem of climate change?12/10/2018
    13:35
  127. 135.
    Arrest of Huawei executive revives US-China trade tensions12/07/2018
    12:05
  128. 136.
    Sabarimala dispute undermines India's highest court12/06/2018
    9:37
  129. 137.
    Investors needed to save the planet12/05/2018
    14:25
  130. 138.
    What's behind the rise in food allergies?12/04/2018
    15:18
  131. 139.
    How the ultra-rich hide their properties12/03/2018
    10:02
  132. 140.
    What to watch for at the G20 summit11/30/2018
    10:20
  133. 141.
    How dangerous is the Ukraine-Russia flare-up?11/29/2018
    11:05
  134. 142.
    How will López Obrador address the US-Mexico border crisis?11/28/2018
    9:52
  135. 143.
    Concerns raised over Google and DeepMind health data 11/26/2018
    11:06
  136. 144.
    Syrian refugee family faces bleak future as debts mount11/23/2018
    8:03
  137. 145.
    Despite records, a mixed bag at New York's art auctions11/22/2018
    8:29
  138. 146.
    Can Carlos Ghosn's legacy survive Nissan allegations?11/21/2018
    11:15
  139. 147.
    Whistleblower points to Deutsche Bank's role in Danske money laundering scandal11/20/2018
    9:56
  140. 148.
    How the mafia infiltrated Italy's food chain11/19/2018
    10:39
  141. 149.
    Russia's controversial new gas pipeline to Europe11/16/2018
    11:07
  142. 150.
    Italy’s economic drift11/15/2018
    10:36
  143. 151.
    How Amazon chose New York and Virginia for HQ211/14/2018
    7:48
  144. 152.
    US China chip wars11/13/2018
    11:38
  145. 153.
    Why did prosecutors raid BlackRock's German offices?11/12/2018
    9:57
  146. 154.
    Travels in Moneyland11/09/2018
    18:16
  147. 155.
    Persimmon chief loses job after pay controversy11/08/2018
    7:18
  148. 156.
    Modi's clash with the Reserve Bank of India11/07/2018
    9:15
  149. 157.
    How can we prepare for the 100-year life? 11/06/2018
    12:29
  150. 158.
    America’s heartland issues referendum on Trump11/05/2018
    9:32
  151. 159.
    Turning workplace frustration into comedy gold11/02/2018
    13:01
  152. 160.
    Yemen on the brink11/01/2018
    12:30
  153. 161.
    IBM's $34bn gamble on Red Hat10/31/2018
    10:40
  154. 162.
    Could black voters make a difference in Missouri mid-terms?10/30/2018
    6:04
  155. 163.
    Could Bolsonaro policies speed Amazon deforestation?10/29/2018
    12:00
  156. 164.
    Paul Volcker's message to the next generation10/26/2018
    11:23
  157. 165.
    How can we eliminate the plastic waste clogging our oceans?10/25/2018
    10:20
  158. 166.
    Kevin Rudd on the US-China trade war10/24/2018
    8:49
  159. 167.
    India's #MeToo movement10/23/2018
    11:19
  160. 168.
    Saudi scandal clouds SoftBank's future10/22/2018
    11:35
  161. 169.
    European summit ends on constructive note for Britain10/19/2018
    7:11
  162. 170.
    Europe's corporate comeback10/18/2018
    15:12
  163. 171.
    Can farming thrive without chemicals?10/17/2018
    13:05
  164. 172.
    US goes all out on sanctions against Iran10/16/2018
    12:54
  165. 173.
    Netflix joins battle to win Indian viewers online10/15/2018
    8:38
  166. 174.
    Amazon adds to pay boost to address backlash10/12/2018
    8:54
  167. 175.
    Will the e-scooter craze catch on in Europe?10/11/2018
    11:45
  168. 176.
    Why mental health at work matters10/10/2018
    10:55
  169. 177.
    Melinda Gates on internet access for all10/09/2018
    12:51
  170. 178.
    Is China's Bytedance worth $75bn?10/08/2018
    12:22
  171. 179.
    Resignations shake Macron's dream of inclusive government10/05/2018
    8:19
  172. 180.
    What are the key issues for Brazilian voters?10/04/2018
    8:47
  173. 181.
    How Chinese students became a target of US foreign policy discussions10/03/2018
    9:03
  174. 182.
    Paris wins business as post-Brexit trading hub for banks10/02/2018
    8:21
  175. 183.
    Can blockchain democratise the art market?10/01/2018
    14:07
  176. 184.
    How the Kavanaugh hearing unfolded09/28/2018
    13:06
  177. 185.
    Shining a light on the brain09/26/2018
    12:00
  178. 186.
    Imran Khan's austerity drive09/24/2018
    8:08
  179. 187.
    The Lehman story: an American parable 09/21/2018
    12:46
  180. 188.
    UK Biobank plays critical role in assessing global health risks09/20/2018
    16:32
  181. 189.
    How one US port is dealing with Trump's trade war09/19/2018
    9:01
  182. 190.
    IMF issues stark warning on Brexit09/18/2018
    11:56
  183. 191.
    India's long-awaited gay rights victory09/17/2018
    10:40
  184. 192.
    Skripal poisoning suspects claim to be tourists09/14/2018
    12:20
  185. 193.
    Markets send Tesla a message09/13/2018
    8:44
  186. 194.
    Europe's widening money laundering scandal09/12/2018
    9:52
  187. 195.
    US tries to bring its longest war to an end in Afghanistan09/11/2018
    10:55
  188. 196.
    Has banking culture changed since the financial crisis?09/10/2018
    15:11
  189. 197.
    Japan's flawed policy of female empowerment 09/07/2018
    8:44
  190. 198.
    Nike faces backlash over Kaepernick ad campaign09/06/2018
    10:39
  191. 199.
    Crisis in Argentina09/05/2018
    7:47
  192. 200.
    Alibaba goes to Russia09/04/2018
    9:35

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