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Draghi approaches his Abenomics moment

The question is whether large-scale QE will do more good than harm, writes Stephanie Flanders

From FT blogs

The job may be seen as un-doable but it’s needed more than ever
– Nick Butler
The conflict is destined to escalate: Kiev will push harder, and Russia will counteract with deeper involvement
– Ian Bremmer
The Fed is unlikely to shift its policy in a hawkish direction while considerable slack still exists in the labour market
– Gavyn Davies

More integration is still right for Europe

Each tier of government must be given greater powers, say Karl Lamers and Wolfgang Schäuble

China is ignoring Li’s call for fairness

It is essential that justice is seen to be done in corruption cases, writes Tao Jinzhou

Three critical tests for Nato leaders

Ukraine, the Middle East and Afghanistan test alliance’s future, writes Nicholas Burns

Labour cannot be complacent about Ukip

Support is growing among the groups in which Labour is struggling, writes Matthew Goodwin

Scotland and the wish tree

Yes or No, the referendum on independence has galvanised a nation, writes John McDermott

FT Editorial

‘The Impulse Society’, by Paul Roberts

An attempt to blame hyper-capitalism for social ills is feisty but misguided. Review by says David Brown

The risks of Xi’s ‘rejuvenation’ policy

There are derogatory terms for virtually every ethnic group, writes Jamil Anderlini

Investors still wary of getting burnt by solar

Circumstances that aided growth of sun-power are coming to an end

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Daniel Schwartz, an expert at the quick flip

Burger King’s chief has displayed both self-belief and financial wizardry


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