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FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Tesla/Mobileye: assisted driving car chase speeds up
The valuation of both companies rests on long-term plans to create fleets of autonomous vehicles

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

The quiet ascent of Chinese high-tech start-ups
Despite crackdown on big companies and tensions with the US, the sector continues to attract foreign funding

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

The government must remember that debt matters
All the Bank of England can do is calm the waters and buy time

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Truss and Kwarteng's embarrassing U-turn
Government must go further to restore Britain's economic credibility

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

RWE/ConEd: US renewables get a fillip — thanks to Biden
Inflation Reduction Act's tax breaks for green energy lift value of clean power portfolios

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian: SEC says it can keep up with crypto enforcement
Regulator's action underscores effort to defend its role as the right cop for cryptocurrency markets

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

This pensions crisis adds to the City's existential angst
Defined benefit schemes already wary of risk allocate just 3% of assets to UK equities

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Credit Suisse: terrifying investors with its message of reassurance
Efforts to convince clients, investors and counterparties of solvency have been unsettling

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

The American way of death goes green
Families are choosing closer involvement in rituals after the death of loved ones

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Kwarteng U-turn: volatile markets are hungry for bad news
UK chancellor's volte-face will not restore the country's fiscal credibility

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Opec : Saudi Arabian willingness to help Russia may run out next year
The real test of the cartel's consensus has yet to happen

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Industry is now looking to US on green issues — everyone else must catch up
With the Inflation Reduction act, America has issued a global wake-up call in the climate race

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

When conspiracy theorists run countries
The paranoid fantasies of Vladimir Putin and others increase dangers for the world

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Failure to learn lessons of 2008 caused LDI pension blow-up
There are clear parallels with many of the issues that led to the financial crisis

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

I am a final-year medical student but see no future in it. What alternatives do I have?
Your question for our expert — and readers' advice

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Markets and MPs will need more than a tax U-turn from Truss
The prime minister's authority has already been seriously damaged

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Bolsonaro's ‘beef, bible and bullets' coalition is here to stay
Brazil's controversial president and his allies were the real winners in the first round of elections

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Japan's unique position
A collaboration with Matt Klein

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 03, 2022

Investors are learning to love industry again
A range of factors is driving a resurgence of interest in manufacturing

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

Is a US recession the best thing that can happen to emerging economies?
A loosening of financial conditions would work in favour of more capital inflows

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

‘Boundary-setting' is a fancy way to just say no — but it works
Improving self-care not only supports our work lives, it can boost our careers

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

Truss's growth plan is nothing but a magic potion
Hoping that reality will adapt to your desires is folly: Britain needs stable and credible policies, not zealotry

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

Liz Truss should heed economic orthodoxy, not ignore it
The UK prime minister will be tempted to double down during party conference

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

West must remind Xi of the economic consequences of threatening Taiwan
An invasion or an extended blockade would trigger sanctions against Beijing, imperilling Chinese national stability

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

Indoor farming: earning green from leafy greens
Farming indoors will not replace the outdoor version soon, but it should not be an either/or trade-off

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

Japan's ‘nuclear lost decade' to add chill to European winter
Struggle to move on from Fukushima disaster leaves country dependent on gas imports now needed elsewhere

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

Japan's nuclear issues will weigh heavily on local voters' shoulders
Decisions made by the country's mostly elderly rural populations will be felt around the world

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

Japan's nuclear issues will weigh heavy on local voters' shoulders
Decisions made by the country's mostly elderly rural populations will be felt around the world

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 02, 2022

The business card is back, sort of
Digital tech is killing the card as we knew it, which is no bad thing

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 01, 2022

Lasting effects of ‘mini' Budget will be felt far beyond the trading floors
Kwarteng is on course to announce cuts as big as those set out by Osborne in 2010

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 01, 2022

The race to be England's biggest wine producer is hotting up
Warmer summers and ambitious vineyards are changing the shape of winemaking

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Oct 01, 2022

Carbon capture/chemicals: cheap energy dictates success
Researchers have found a way to convert carbon dioxide captured from industrial exhaust into ethylene

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 01, 2022

UK pension fund crisis shows there is no capitalism without capital or risk
Current turmoil is the culmination of policy mistakes made a generation ago

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Oct 01, 2022

US settlements bare the ‘off-channel' world of bankers
Use of WhatsApp and other messaging channels has become widespread during the pandemic

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

University is daunting — for a newly liberated parent
I have to learn how to be an autonomous adult again

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

The complexities of cheating in chess
As technology helps players calculate their odds, it also helps to catch those trying to manipulate them

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

The housing crisis sits at the centre of Britain's ills
We underrate the importance of firm foundations — and a place you can truly call home

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Liz Truss: the normie playing the rebel
So much trouble in the modern west is caused by the contrarianism of banal people

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Kwarteng crashes the bond market love-in
UK chancellor showed how the path towards higher interest rates will be fraught with danger

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Vladimir Putin unleashes a new phase of war
Russia's illegal annexation of four Ukrainian regions cannot be allowed to stand

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

European banks: recession risks flash red
The investment case for lenders is weak, even though forward earnings valuations are close to record lows

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Sweetgreen: limp office return spells trouble for fancy salads
The chain's core customer has been upscale office workers, now it sees its future in the American suburbs

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

The City of London punishes the political rogue traders
These days, the banks sound far more sober about financial risk than the government

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

The Lex Newsletter: LDIs, damned LDIs and statistics
Plus, UK pensions, Hong Kong stocks, CEO narcissism, UK shares

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Funereal wreaths and other royal reinventions
Through history monarchs and gardeners have ignored tradition, as with the ‘not narrowly British' flowers on the Queen's coffin

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

This is Keir Starmer's moment — but victory is not yet assured
Although the Labour leader has the biggest poll lead for 21 years, he needs to tell us what he would do in government

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

China stocks: valuations hit record lows
Declines have accelerated in recent months despite government and central bank efforts

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Outlier Britain needs a credible economic plan in a hurry
The chancellor broke a cardinal rule at times of market stress — he must now come up with stabilising fiscal policies

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

He likes understated, she likes overstuffed: is there a compromise sofa?
‘The eye-popping colour should please you, while its boxy shape could be right up your husband's street'

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Who can save us from Liz Truss and the political pamphleteers?
The problem with ‘Britannia Unchained' isn't the ideas but the fact that its authors still believe them

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Five lessons from Britain's bad week
The UK's mistakes reveal global pressures

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

The Tories have become unmoored from the British people
The government may have adopted the most extreme economic position of any major party in the developed world

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

The week that wrecked our personal finances
Fallout from the ‘mini' Budget widens from property and mortgages to pensions and investments

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

The week that wrecked our personal finances in the UK
Fallout from the ‘mini' Budget widens from property and mortgages to pensions and investments

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Rich People's Problems: Should I keep my Aga cooker switched off?
As energy bills soar even those of means are trying to find ways to save

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Liz Truss's growth delusion
It is right for a government to want to increase GDP, but it's not clear this prime minister knows how to do it

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

Capricorn/NewMed: latest offer will appeal to unhappy shareholders
Israeli-listed natural gas producer, has offered the equivalent of 271 pence per share in an all-stock deal

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 30, 2022

For a fascist revival look to Moscow, not Rome
Some Italians take a lenient view of the Mussolini era, but the real fascists are revealing themselves elsewhere

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Who was watching the time-bomb in the pensions industry?
Government pushed funds into more of the investment that sparked the BoE's crisis intervention

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Bed, Bath, and Beyond: retailer fights against reckoning
Company's quarterly sales have repeatedly dropped by a remarkable 20% or more

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Currency markets are about to learn a lesson in defying economic gravity
Sterling is under pressure, but rates are rising and the fiscal burden is soaring elsewhere

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

UK mortgages: rate rises are hitting home
Tighter regulations and low unemployment mean high levels of repossessions should remain a bad memory

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Stop making excuses — the UK's troubles are self-inflicted
Markets will continue to turn against the government if it remains in denial

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Brazil's imperfect presidential election
Lula is set to beat Bolsonaro and make a dramatic comeback

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

The ‘chip choke' on China may breathe air into semiconductor industry
A fresh wave of global government investment might well stimulate broader innovation

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Is US industrial policy undergoing Japanification?
There is some historical irony in America lecturing ‘Japan Inc' about active support for industry

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Is US trade policy undergoing Japanification?
There is some historical irony in America lecturing ‘Japan Inc' about active support for industry

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Lessons from the UK pension fund shock
In finance there is nothing quite so dangerous as a supposedly safe strategy

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Mexico/remittances: flow of cash hints at heat in US economy
In employment terms, the US has recovered more quickly than its southern neighbour

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Adani Enterprises: risks of following world's third-richest man
At a time of surging interest rates, the group's debt-fuelled growth should make potential investors pause

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Economic orthodoxy bites back
The UK prime minister's experiment fails to take account of unforeseen consequences in the real world

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Lessons for Truss when economic orthodoxy bites back
The UK prime minister's experiment fails to take account of unforeseen consequences in the real world

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

What we can learn from the past week's market ructions
The UK market panic reveals more about challenges to monetary than fiscal policy

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Why fashionable restaurants are becoming more alike
Social media amplifies similarity at unimaginable speed

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

How the EU got its mojo back
Boris Johnson accidentally saved the European Union. Now it looks stronger than ever

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Learning to love the long end, part 2
Is the curve inverted enough?

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Lessons from Mary Poppins
Protect your portfolio with diversified foreign investments

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

NHS doctor pension reform needs a fair approach
A flat rate of tax relief would also simplify the rules

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Complacency is Keir Starmer's biggest adversary
His party looks ready to take office, but the Labour leader still lacks a compelling story to tell

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Brussels re-energised for Big Tech battles
Court victory over Google fine comes ahead of the Digital Markets Act that will clarify what is anti-competitive behaviour

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

Why are musicians cancelling their tours?
Coronavirus disruptions and soaring inflation have made a return to concerts more precarious

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 29, 2022

UK government's plan is both bad economics and a lost opportunity
We need a serious strategy to deal with the chronic under-investment at the heart of Britain's productivity puzzle

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

The jeopardy for banks in Kwarteng's City chaos
Rate rises should help large lenders, but the speed of economic unravelling complicates everything

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

Apple: production deconstruction is less worrying than strong dollar
While demand for expensive Pro versions is high, the US tech group has little to worry about

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

UK must rapidly restore its economic credibility
Liz Truss's government will need to reverse course on its ill-conceived mini-Budget

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

AI-driven justice may be better than none at all
Some fear automation reinforces bias and dehumanises, but ‘robot judges' can also tackle backlogs

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

UK pensions: liability-driven investment is backfiring
Chancellor should act quickly to mollify markets as soon as possible

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

Mobilisation explodes the myth of Putin's united Russia
Despite outrage over minority soldiers forced to join the war, rebellion remains a distant prospect

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

The west must help Ukraine win the information war as well
Russian propaganda remains a potent weapon across the world and must be countered

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

Floating LNG: quicker imports, less stranded assets
Demand is growing for vessels that can anchor up and connect to local gas networks relatively quickly

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

The Italian populists won't be mindlessly destructive on trade
Despite repellent views on immigration and nationalism, the European hard right isn't generally all-out protectionist

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

UK damage just starting if market disorder is allowed to persist
What the government and Bank of England need to do now before the situation gets even more problematic

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

Brexit ideology lies behind the UK's market rout
Kwarteng's statement last week was just one manifestation of the elevation of absolutism over economics

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

Western liberalism is still skating on thin ice
A hard economic winter lies ahead and Donald Trump's chances of a comeback are intact

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

China refiners: should fear surging electric car sales
The country is poised to become the world's top refiner by capacity just as local demand falters

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

The Lex Newsletter: why it's not just sterling that's taking a pounding
Turmoil will translate into real pain for many businesses, homeowners and anyone on a tight budget

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

A&E needs emergency care itself
Thérèse Coffey's lengthy wait to see a doctor highlights the imperative of tackling staff shortages

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

Wall Street texts: Culture of compliance remains work in progress
It is to be hoped a sizeable collective punishment cleans up a dark practice in finance

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

UK active funds that are holding their own against passives
Investors' Chronicle screened for smaller funds with high levels of risk-adjusted outperformance

FT.com - Comment & Analysis
Sep 28, 2022

Are we nearly there yet, Jerome?
No, and stop asking

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