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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.
    Introducing: The Rachman Review03/25/2020
    17:59
  2. 2.
    Republican $1tn plan, Paul Tucker on damage limits03/20/2020
    10:57
  3. 3.
    Rana Foroohar on the trillion dollar fightback, Biden sweep03/18/2020
    7:56
  4. 4.
    World on lockdown, markets melt, hospitals suffer03/17/2020
    9:04
  5. 5.
    Introducing the FT News Briefing: Fed cuts to zero, airport pinch, hand sanitiser sale03/16/2020
    8:18
  6. 6.
    Persecution of China's Uighur Muslims exposed03/11/2020
    16:04
  7. 7.
    Will coronavirus cause a global recession?03/09/2020
    14:41
  8. 8.
    Secrets of the South Pole03/04/2020
    13:52
  1. 9.
    Is India becoming a Big Brother state?03/02/2020
    13:52
  2. 10.
    Is Trump abusing his power over the judiciary?02/26/2020
    17:14
  3. 11.
    Iran hardliners surf wave of despair 02/24/2020
    17:37
  4. 12.
    The Gulf oil money flowing into sport02/19/2020
    14:28
  5. 13.
    Are oil and gas turning into stranded assets?02/17/2020
    16:21
  6. 14.
    K-pop: shaped by fans and shaken by scandals02/12/2020
    14:11
  7. 15.
    Can electric car pioneer Tesla maintain its momentum?02/10/2020
    16:08
  8. 16.
    China's battle against the coronavirus02/05/2020
    19:49
  9. 17.
    Holding back the floods02/03/2020
    18:29
  10. 18.
    Does the Fed have a communication problem? 01/29/2020
    14:55
  11. 19.
    Putin seeks to secure his legacy with power shake-up01/26/2020
    17:03
  12. 20.
    Are financial institutions waking up to climate change?01/22/2020
    13:59
  13. 21.
    The multilateralist01/20/2020
    10:01
  14. 22.
    Exposing the problem with default data01/15/2020
    15:25
  15. 23.
    Mitsotakis surfs wave of optimism in Greece01/13/2020
    9:36
  16. 24.
    The dwindling global telecoms dream01/10/2020
    9:30
  17. 25.
    What happened between the US and Iran?01/07/2020
    13:17
  18. 26.
    Carlos Ghosn: The Great Escape01/03/2020
    10:03
  19. 27.
    The year business went 'woke'12/27/2019
    13:47
  20. 28.
    Trump exposed12/23/2019
    9:45
  21. 29.
    New UK government brings change and uncertainty12/18/2019
    10:06
  22. 30.
    China steps up bid for tech self-reliance12/15/2019
    12:13
  23. 31.
    Malta murder case throws spotlight on corruption in Europe12/11/2019
    14:03
  24. 32.
    Paul Volcker's message for the next generation12/10/2019
    10:37
  25. 33.
    UK parties are missing the mark on climate change12/06/2019
    14:49
  26. 34.
    Can innovative finance help save the world’s wildlife?12/04/2019
    18:11
  27. 35.
    Why Taylor Swift is taking on the music industry11/28/2019
    11:37
  28. 36.
    UK election heralds end of austerity11/27/2019
    16:23
  29. 37.
    Why pensions across the world are in crisis11/25/2019
    13:15
  30. 38.
    Russia's undaunted voice of dissent11/22/2019
    15:04
  31. 39.
    Martin Wolf's economics reading list11/21/2019
    13:11
  32. 40.
    When work gets in the way of sleep11/19/2019
    12:35
  33. 41.
    Modi economic miracle falls flat11/14/2019
    15:28
  34. 42.
    How medical websites share our data11/13/2019
    14:04
  35. 43.
    What makes a Gen Z?11/12/2019
    13:55
  36. 44.
    Ukraine's role in the US impeachment inquiry11/07/2019
    18:41
  37. 45.
    Fiat Chrysler finds new merger partner in Carlos Tavares11/06/2019
    13:33
  38. 46.
    How can we survive without plastic?11/05/2019
    14:33
  39. 47.
    Weinstein accuser tells her story10/31/2019
    22:37
  40. 48.
    Brexit: the final chapter?10/30/2019
    14:40
  41. 49.
    Why a French luxury group wants to buy Tiffany’s10/29/2019
    8:49
  42. 50.
    Inside the Hong Kong protests10/25/2019
    18:39
  43. 51.
    Wealth gap ignites Chile protests10/24/2019
    9:29
  44. 52.
    Planning for a healthier life10/20/2019
    12:26
  45. 53.
    Syria's war profiteers10/18/2019
    16:17
  46. 54.
    Catalonia ruling fans flames of Spain’s divisions10/16/2019
    17:34
  47. 55.
    What went wrong at WeWork?10/14/2019
    13:40
  48. 56.
    Could micro-organisms revolutionise our food?10/10/2019
    9:47
  49. 57.
    Shakespeare on Merseyside10/08/2019
    11:18
  50. 58.
    European court sets precedent on hate speech10/06/2019
    13:03
  51. 59.
    The call that triggered a US impeachment inquiry10/02/2019
    15:34
  52. 60.
    John Ruskin's message for our times09/29/2019
    12:56
  53. 61.
    Why would Iran attack Saudi Aramco's oil facilities?09/26/2019
    14:14
  54. 62.
    UK judges overrule PM on suspension of parliament09/24/2019
    8:35
  55. 63.
    As world leaders meet to discuss emissions, how is China doing?09/22/2019
    11:47
  56. 64.
    Memoirs of a whistleblower09/20/2019
    17:00
  57. 65.
    End of peace talks risks opening door for Isis in Afghanistan09/17/2019
    9:31
  58. 66.
    Are flying taxis coming to our cities soon?09/16/2019
    10:26
  59. 67.
    Is Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament legal?09/12/2019
    12:41
  60. 68.
    Shake-up at the heart of the Saudi oil industry09/10/2019
    16:03
  61. 69.
    How Google feeds your data to advertisers09/05/2019
    12:49
  62. 70.
    Italy's new governing alliance09/04/2019
    11:11
  63. 71.
    Africa's most valuable company comes to Europe 09/02/2019
    11:25
  64. 72.
    London's love affair with the piano08/30/2019
    12:54
  65. 73.
    Should we turn our backs on flying?08/27/2019
    10:08
  66. 74.
    How Charles Koch shaped modern America08/21/2019
    15:28
  67. 75.
    Saudi Aramco's oil deal with India's Reliance Industries08/20/2019
    12:10
  68. 76.
    Russia's summer of discontent08/14/2019
    12:08
  69. 77.
    Bleak outlook for bankers as trading jobs slashed 08/12/2019
    11:30
  70. 78.
    Living with intelligent machines08/10/2019
    13:56
  71. 79.
    What's behind India's lockdown of Kashmir?08/08/2019
    11:30
  72. 80.
    Dollar versus renminbi: who has the upper hand?08/07/2019
    13:43
  73. 81.
    Russia's futuristic tax system08/06/2019
    12:54
  74. 82.
    Former PM Davutoglu calls for new vision for Turkey08/01/2019
    10:46
  75. 83.
    What sterling's fall means for shoppers, exporters and investors07/31/2019
    11:02
  76. 84.
    London Stock Exchange sees future in global data business07/29/2019
    12:20
  77. 85.
    Hatice Cengiz's mission: Don't forget Jamal07/28/2019
    10:37
  78. 86.
    The Brexit hopes of Britain's 'left behinds'07/25/2019
    13:56
  79. 87.
    The lurking debt disaster behind India's tallest tower07/24/2019
    7:21
  80. 88.
    Boris Johnson's 100-day Brexit deadline07/23/2019
    12:03
  81. 89.
    NSO tech said to extend reach of off-the-shelf spyware07/22/2019
    13:51
  82. 90.
    Bobi Wine takes on Uganda's ageing dictator07/21/2019
    12:47
  83. 91.
    Germany's von der Leyen takes up key EU leadership role07/18/2019
    10:26
  84. 92.
    The new lunar mission07/16/2019
    9:50
  85. 93.
    Stress and burnout: an FT investigation07/14/2019
    14:21
  86. 94.
    Can the Iran nuclear deal be saved?07/11/2019
    17:34
  87. 95.
    Can Greece become an economic success story?07/10/2019
    9:43
  88. 96.
    China faces dilemma over Hong Kong protests07/09/2019
    17:45
  89. 97.
    What would a female-driven workplace look like?07/03/2019
    13:22
  90. 98.
    German murder case raises fears of neo-Nazi resurgence07/02/2019
    10:55
  91. 99.
    Putin's heartfelt rejection of 'liberal elites'07/01/2019
    14:50
  92. 100.
    Turn down the noise, please!06/30/2019
    8:32
  93. 101.
    Apple loses top designer Jony Ive06/27/2019
    13:18
  94. 102.
    Farming and climate change06/26/2019
    9:20
  95. 103.
    What the Sotheby's sale means for art market transparency06/25/2019
    10:09
  96. 104.
    How can we best treat dementia?06/24/2019
    14:03
  97. 105.
    Kamala Harris and the race for the Democratic presidential nomination06/23/2019
    11:31
  98. 106.
    Trump attacks ECB chief over 'unfair' stimulus plan06/20/2019
    13:49
  99. 107.
    Philip Green fashion empire crumbles06/19/2019
    18:13
  100. 108.
    Facebook's digital currency initiative06/18/2019
    8:30
  101. 109.
    KKR agrees buyout deal with German media giant06/17/2019
    11:53
  102. 110.
    Perspectives on China and global power06/12/2019
    13:10
  103. 111.
    Mideast tensions rise over Iran06/10/2019
    17:14
  104. 112.
    The weaponisation of China's rare earths06/09/2019
    10:37
  105. 113.
    Woodford debacle reverberates across UK investment industry06/06/2019
    12:42
  106. 114.
    The return of Peronist politics in Argentina06/04/2019
    9:31
  107. 115.
    Brazil's Natura cosmetics takes on the world06/02/2019
    6:46
  108. 116.
    The return of race science05/31/2019
    17:46
  109. 117.
    Is Apple's app store anti-competitive?05/30/2019
    11:52
  110. 118.
    Sky high expectations for Modi's second term05/29/2019
    11:57
  111. 119.
    Renault FCA merger set to reshape global car industry05/28/2019
    11:57
  112. 120.
    Why Russia's homegrown industries strategy is flawed05/24/2019
    10:47
  113. 121.
    Europe's changing political landscape05/23/2019
    11:14
  114. 122.
    BP prepares for low carbon future05/22/2019
    10:55
  115. 123.
    US delivers hammer blow to Huawei's expansion hopes05/21/2019
    10:54
  116. 124.
    The political cost of Pakistan's IMF loan05/21/2019
    7:33
  117. 125.
    Scientists find shocking levels of plastic pollution05/20/2019
    9:13
  118. 126.
    Jack Dorsey: super influencer or troubled soul?05/16/2019
    9:19
  119. 127.
    WhatsApp hack reveals vulnerability of smartphones05/15/2019
    12:02
  120. 128.
    US-China trade dispute takes centre stage for markets05/15/2019
    12:44
  121. 129.
    Carlos Ghosn: the Lebanon connection05/14/2019
    8:52
  122. 130.
    Time to tackle our obsession with body image?05/13/2019
    13:48
  123. 131.
    Modi plays Hindu nationalism card to seek re-election05/10/2019
    14:20
  124. 132.
    Google's new privacy drive05/09/2019
    11:12
  125. 133.
    Petrodollars fail to ease Basra's water crisis05/08/2019
    12:37
  126. 134.
    China's BRI - a new colonialism?05/07/2019
    12:21
  127. 135.
    UK high streets in crisis05/06/2019
    10:48
  128. 136.
    Bannon's academy for the global alt-right05/02/2019
    12:15
  129. 137.
    Venezuelan army fails to back Guaidó's 'final push'05/01/2019
    10:54
  130. 138.
    Deutsche Bank problems unresolved after merger talks fail04/30/2019
    9:10
  131. 139.
    Privatised water: should the UK reconsider?04/29/2019
    11:22
  132. 140.
    US decision to end Iran oil waivers puts pressure on oil price04/28/2019
    9:06
  133. 141.
    Nationalist spectre hovers over Spanish poll debate04/26/2019
    11:42
  134. 142.
    Research opens way to ending malaria04/25/2019
    11:19
  135. 143.
    Thomas Cook explores potential sale04/24/2019
    7:56
  136. 144.
    How our faces are helping create a new surveillance technology04/22/2019
    16:07
  137. 145.
    Brazil's Kayapo people battle to protect their rainforest04/21/2019
    7:52
  138. 146.
    Mueller report unpacked04/18/2019
    8:50
  139. 147.
    Russians feel the pinch04/17/2019
    7:51
  140. 148.
    Leaders toppled in Sudan and Algeria, but will anything really change?04/16/2019
    10:31
  141. 149.
    What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?04/15/2019
    11:53
  142. 150.
    The rise of Extinction Rebellion04/12/2019
    18:14
  143. 151.
    Franco-German divisions laid bare in Brexit talks04/11/2019
    9:49
  144. 152.
    US-China research highlights risk of 'dual use' AI04/10/2019
    9:57
  145. 153.
    Roblox leads cloud gaming revolution04/09/2019
    11:15
  146. 154.
    Brain stimulation aids short-term memory04/08/2019
    9:07
  147. 155.
    The politics of chess04/04/2019
    10:27
  148. 156.
    Pakistan leader criticises Modi for stoking 'war hysteria'04/03/2019
    17:00
  149. 157.
    China's economic slowdown03/31/2019
    10:40
  150. 158.
    Thailand's election ends in uncertainty03/29/2019
    10:18
  151. 159.
    Swedbank chief sacked over money laundering scandal03/28/2019
    7:44
  152. 160.
    Oxford launches poverty-fighting vehicle03/26/2019
    10:34
  153. 161.
    Volvo chief issues warning on self-driving car safety03/25/2019
    10:10
  154. 162.
    VW chief's Nazi gaffe angers investors03/24/2019
    8:09
  155. 163.
    Relief all round as EU leaders offer reprieve on Brexit03/22/2019
    9:53
  156. 164.
    Strong cannabis linked to psychosis03/21/2019
    14:57
  157. 165.
    How a double murder inspired a new politics in Slovakia03/20/2019
    9:02
  158. 166.
    YouTube Music takes on Spotify in India03/19/2019
    7:42
  159. 167.
    What makes for a creative office?03/18/2019
    12:14
  160. 168.
    Why was Boeing slow to act on 737 Max concerns?03/14/2019
    9:16
  161. 169.
    Could a merger between Germany's two biggest banks work?03/13/2019
    8:38
  162. 170.
    Resignation scandal mars Trudeau's shiny image03/12/2019
    10:26
  163. 171.
    Can DNA testing show us what food to eat?03/11/2019
    12:13
  164. 172.
    German carmakers go electric03/10/2019
    13:00
  165. 173.
    The rise and fall of Bill Gross03/08/2019
    12:20
  166. 174.
    French plan to tax big tech stirs controversy03/06/2019
    8:36
  167. 175.
    Tokyo court grants bail to former Renault-Nissan boss03/05/2019
    8:03
  168. 176.
    Bribery allegations shake up Israeli elections03/04/2019
    9:30
  169. 177.
    Political activists sneak bots into dating apps03/03/2019
    10:30
  170. 178.
    Why the exclusion of women from data matters03/01/2019
    9:30
  171. 179.
    Waiting for Mueller02/28/2019
    10:06
  172. 180.
    Calvey detention alarms Russia investors02/27/2019
    13:14
  173. 181.
    Will the folding phone catch on?02/26/2019
    10:18
  174. 182.
    How did Buffett get burnt in Kraft Heinz deal?02/25/2019
    7:57
  175. 183.
    Greta Thunberg: climate change superstar02/22/2019
    10:00
  176. 184.
    Saudi mission to India turns from trade to terror02/21/2019
    13:00
  177. 185.
    Fast-growing fintech Revolut stirs debate in Lithuania02/20/2019
    8:36
  178. 186.
    Britain's breakaway faction seeks to build 'a new politics'02/19/2019
    13:13
  179. 187.
    US and European rifts on display at Munich security conference02/18/2019
    11:30
  180. 188.
    Travis Kalanick's next act02/17/2019
    10:48
  181. 189.
    To impeach or not to impeach?02/14/2019
    9:06
  182. 190.
    Australia's military upgrade02/13/2019
    8:30
  183. 191.
    Bolsonaro's financial guru02/12/2019
    11:02
  184. 192.
    Hungary offers financial perks to boost birth rate02/11/2019
    13:31
  185. 193.
    Dispute over iconic Milan building worries investors02/10/2019
    8:39
  186. 194.
    Tortoise provides inspiration for diabetes pill02/08/2019
    12:14
  187. 195.
    Can the US soyabean market stage a recovery this year?02/07/2019
    7:40
  188. 196.
    UK outsourcing sector proves a hard sell02/06/2019
    9:33
  189. 197.
    Nissan reverses out of UK X-Trail decision02/05/2019
    11:06
  190. 198.
    VW takes on Tesla02/04/2019
    14:10
  191. 199.
    Brazil disaster puts spotlight on industry failings01/31/2019
    9:39
  192. 200.
    Tech that can read our minds takes a step closer01/30/2019
    9:23

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