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Why companies issued a record amount of debt I Charts that Count

Corporate debt issuance has been on the rise in recent years, and demand from investors is spiking. Companies have taken advantage of the situation to issue ...

Why Australia's sheep farmers are in crisis I FT

Wool has been a mainstay of the Australian economy for more than a hundred years, but the country's worst drought has seen sheep numbers plummet.

Brexit: why it's too soon to write off a Boris Johnson deal I FT

FT editor Lionel Barber and political commentator Robert Shrimsley discuss whether changes to the Irish backstop can help the prime minister make a 'Great ...

Where will Buffett find his next blockbuster deal?

Warren Buffett likes to say he's on the hunt for elephant-sized acquisitions, but recently the Oracle of Omaha has had trouble finding multibillion-dollar deals.

What Starbucks tells us about the US economy | FT

A reliance on the US consumer puts the global economy at risk. Rana Foroohar, global business editor, explains why the Seattle-based company is a bellwether ...

Apple TV+ steals the show at iPhone keynote I FT

Apple unveiled three new iPhones on Tuesday and surprised investors with a $4.99 price plan for its TV+ service, undercutting competition from Netflix and ...

Why did Donald Trump fire John Bolton? I FT

FT's US managing editor Peter Spiegel looks at why Donald Trump decided to fire John Bolton, his national security advisor ▻ Check out our Community tab for ...

Brexit: why parliament's angry clashes are set to continue I FT

FT Whitehall correspondent Sebastian Payne warns that worse is to come in further clashes between Downing Street and the House of Commons when ...

Why technology is the biggest disruptor of traditional M&A

Watch more at https://bigdeal.ft.com/ As technology continues to reshape large industrial companies, to what extent can these businesses still be deemed ...

Brexit: Did Boris Johnson plan to fail? | FT

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has prorogued parliament but not before being ordered to seek another Brexit delay, which he insists he will never do. The FT's ...

How can we breathe cleaner air? | FT

FT correspondents in London, Lagos, Sao Paulo and Beijing use a new device to track their every day exposure to pollution, to see whether changes to their ...

Are we heading for a global recession?

Markets editor Katie Martin and economics commentator Martin Sandbu answer viewers' questions about signs that global economies are on the brink of a ...

UK set to suspend parliament, Apple launches new iPhone

The FT's Daniel Garrahan previews some of the big stories the FT is watching in the week ahead, including more Brexit turbulence in the UK as parliament is set ...

Why are big tech employees donating to Elizabeth Warren? | Tech Wash

Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders take hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations from Silicon Valley. But why? FT's Kiran Stacey reports from ...

Why Israel leads the world in computer vision

This technology's impact Is being felt in fields from medicine to self-driving cars and even shopping. Israel's start-ups in this sector have attracted millions of ...

How mini-brains could revolutionise neuroscience | Masters of Science

Professor Madeline Lancaster explains how growing brain tissues from stem cells is shedding new light on early human development. Read the full story: ...

The ultimate escape: a pilgrimage to Europe's highest hotel | FT

Italy's Capanna Margherita sits among the clouds almost three vertical miles above sea level - but has a bar, restaurant, beds for 70 and even a small library.

Brexit: Is Boris Johnson splitting the Tory party? | FT

With Tory grandees expelled from the Conservative party and the government at loggerheads with the Commons where it no longer has a majority, the FT's ...

Why withdrawal of Hong Kong extradition bill won't quell protests | FT

After three months of protests, Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam has formally cancelled the extradition bill that sparked them. However, FT Asia Editor ...

What a Labour government would mean for business in the UK | FT

Beyond the divisions in the party over Brexit and antisemitism problems, UK's Labour party has a radical economic agenda. FT chief political correspondent Jim ...

Can Sajid Javid afford to increase UK public spending? | FT

UK chancellor Sajid Javid has delivered a spending review designed for a looming general election. But can he afford the increase in public spending amid ...

Brexit: is a snap election part of Boris Johnson's strategy? | FT

FT editor Lionel Barber and Whitehall correspondent Sebastian Payne on how the UK government can respond to plans among parliamentarians to head off a ...

Will Amazon get to build the Pentagon's $10bn cloud? | Tech Wash

FT's Kiran Stacey reports on last-minute delays to the 'Jedi' contract, the 'Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure' project from the US Department of Defense, ...

Why Hong Kong's 'water revolution' is spiralling out of control | FT

The FT's Asia editor Jamil Anderlini reports from anti-government protests where demonstrators have started to throw Molotov cocktails and fire BB guns in ...

Is Narendra Modi the leader to stop India's slowdown? I FT

India's economic growth is running out of steam. The FT's Benjamin Parkin examines what's behind the slide and what Prime Minister Narendra Modi is doing to ...

What cabbage inflation says about the Russian economy | FT

The FT's Moscow bureau chief Henry Foy explains why the Russians are obsessed with cabbage and how a hike in the staple's price affects Russians.

Three ways to stop a no-deal Brexit | FT

The FT's James Blitz examines how opposition politicians could prevent the UK from exiting the EU without a deal as MPs agree a legal strategy for this with ...

Brexit: Boris Johnson's plan to suspend parliament explained | FT

FT political commentator Robert Shrimsley says the Prime Minister is challenging his opponents to bring him down or step aside. Read more here: ...

Why Hong Kong's foreign workers are struggling I FT

Overseas workers spend $25m a year to send money home, making Hong Kong's remittance market ripe for disruption. The FT's Alice Woodhouse looks at the ...

Here's what a carbon tax could mean for you | FT

FT economics commentator Martin Sandbu looks at what is needed to achieve a just transition to a low-carbon economy that safeguards public health and ...

Greenland hopes to capitalise on the Trump effect | FT

The FT's Nordic and Baltic correspondent, Richard Milne, on the investment prospects putting the vast country on the map. Leaders of the island's established ...

Why the US has a lot to lose in a tech war with China | FT

While the trade war is being waged with tit-for-tat tariffs, the tech war is playing out with direct action against specific companies. The FT's global China editor ...

Facebook and Twitter delete accounts 'undermining' Hong Kong protest | Tech Wash

FT's Kiran Stacey looks at why Facebook and Twitter have deleted Chinese state-backed social media accounts allegedly behind several disinformation ...

Brexit: Why Boris Johnson is one step closer to no-deal | FT

FT Whitehall correspondent Sebastian Payne says expect a bumpy ride as both sides are unyielding with 73 days before the UK-EU split and following this ...

Meet Olya Misik, the teenager defying Putin's rule | FT

FT's Henry Foy meets the 17-year old student who has become a symbol of the pro-democracy movement. Moscow has been rocked this summer by the biggest ...

Peaceful Hong Kong protest puts onus back on Beijing | FT

An estimated 1.7m people marched through Hong Kong on Sunday, even though the police refused to sanction the demonstration. The FT's global China editor ...

Are we running out of space for pianos? | FT

The piano used to be the heart of the home across social classes but now it's a luxury for those with the space. The FT went to St Pancras public piano in London ...

What Italy's rejection of migrant boats tells us about Europe | FT

FT Europe editor Ben Hall on the divisions that have kept EU members from forming an effective migrant policy. ▻ Subscribe to FT.com here: http://bit.ly/2GakujT ...

What next for the US-China trade war? | FT

The FT's trade editor, James Politi, on the latest developments in the economic tussle between Washington and Beijing. Read more at https://on.ft.com/2YNY5pD ...

How Donald Trump's foreign policy affects the world | FT

Gideon Rachman, the FT's chief foreign affairs commentator, asks whether the president's unpredictable decision-making on foreign affairs has increased the ...

Is the world heading for a recession? | FT

The FT's global business columnist, Rana Foroohar, looks at the signs of a looming economic downturn in the world and how to spot the next world recession.

The weirdest business class you've ever seen | FT

Professor Ralf Wetzel has a show at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe. He takes lessons learned from the stage to teach students how to be in the moment.

Argentina's investors face market volatility ahead | FT

Peso and bond trading was shaken by the possibility of populism sweeping the country after Peronist candidate Alberto Fernandez won a weekend primary poll.

Brexit: Remainers are failing to get their act together | FT

FT editor Lionel Barber and chief political commentator Robert Shrimsley on the narrowing options to halt the UK's split from the EU. They argue Remainers lack ...

Why closing Hong Kong’s airport is a bold step for protesters | FT

Thousands of protesters forced Hong Kong to shut its airport on Monday as they expressed their anger at aggressive police tactics. The FT's South China ...

Why the US isn't winning the trade war with China | FT

The FT's global China editor James Kynge says for all Donald Trump's rhetoric about how tariffs are working, the numbers show that China's trade surplus with ...

How market turmoil sends a recession warning | FT

A widely watched bond market indicator has sent a strong recession warning, as the global growth outlook dims and questions swirl about the US Federal ...

Why India's crackdown in Kashmir is a big deal | FT

The FT's Stephanie Findlay says Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's decision to get rid of the special privileges enjoyed by India's only Muslim-majority state ...

How three companies became the market's biggest shareholders | Charts that Count

Companies bundling stocks together in 'index funds' have now become publicly traded firms' largest shareholders. The FT explains why the rise of the 'big three' ...

Why Boris Johnson faces five key Brexit questions | FT

FT Whitehall correspondent Sebastian Payne explains what he expects the UK prime minister is up against with his Brexit plan. Read more at ...