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First Issue Lead Time: 2-4 weeks
Issues Per Year: 309
Magazine Type: Consumer magazine
Number Of Issues: 154
Publisher: Financial Times
Sales Rank: 846
Subscription Length: 182 days




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Average Rating:  out of 5 stars

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - Better than the WSJ
Unlike the WSJ which panders to a broad readership, the FT caters to the most sophisticated swath of the business community, and this gives it free rein to analyze issues at an advanced level. In particular, the FT's coverage of macroeconomic issues, such as the US current account deficit and China's role in the world economy, is rich in technical detail.

Fortunately, this doesn't come at the expense of style: the writing is consistently lucid, enlivened by a dash of humor and the occasional ... Read More



Rating: 4 out of 5 stars - Very good global coverage
Outspoken on many political issues. Very good coverage of the dynamics of international finance and the factors affecting it. Pretty unbiased coverage of emerging markets like India, China et al. Much of it's accurate reporting is due to it's impeccable reporters who have a very educated view of the issue they are writing about. The Wall Street Journal cannot strictly be called it's competitor since it focuses on different issues. To be fair, the WSJ is also as good as the FT in covering the dynamics of business, ... Read More



Rating: 4 out of 5 stars - Best world coverage
This newspaper provides an outside-the-box (US) opinion, even though Britain's outlook is similarities to ours. I read the WSJ daily and the NYTimes when I can, but the WSJ is so conservative and the NYTimes is so liberal that this provides a source that is at least one level removed from the conservative/liberal bias in this country.



Rating: 3 out of 5 stars - good for economics/business not for world reporting
This newspaper is good for economics and business reporting but is painfully biased in its world reporting. Cant recommend, go with WSJ



Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - The WSJ of Europe
What the Wall Street Journal is the the US, the Financial Times is to Europe- a collection of unbiased news, financial information and analysis, and darned good social and cultural reporting, too. It's what the New York Times purports to be- a journal for the informed, educated reader. Excellent repoting, fascinating features and a different outlook than you'll find in domestic papers. If you've never read the FT, give it a try.



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