Short sellers abstain as China opens door

Scheme letting foreigners short individual shares draws no orders

Abu Dhabi kicks off Claridge’s bidding war

Claridge’s, Connaught and Berkeley targeted in £1.6bn offer

Thousands march in memory of Nemtsov

Moscow awash with conspiracy theories as critics blame Putin

Stocks mixed after China rate cut

Wall Street becalmed as oil price slides

Leaders to debate MH370 search funding

Australia, China and Malaysia to hold talks in April

NXP_LPC32x0.jpg semiconductors

Chipmaker NXP to buy Freescale

Dutch group to pay $11bn for US rival

Greece told to start reforms to gain cash

Negotiator Dijsselbloem lays out conditions for emergency funds

Citi prepares for ‘stress test’ results

Bank executives under pressure to pass Fed examination

China union boss warns of ‘foreign forces’

Comments on threat to labour movement spur backlash among rights activists

Buffett letter sparks succession talk

Shareholder communiqué spells out qualities that will be needed by next chief

Samsung launches latest Galaxy smartphone

South Korean group faces increasing threat from Apple’s iPhones

Comment and Analysis

Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico, is shown at the presidential compound of Los Pinos, during an interview with Jude Webber of the Financial Times.
©Keith Dannemiller

Mexico torn by ‘incredulity and distrust’

Peña Nieto speaks candidly after suspected murder of students

Boris Nemtsov: Last words in FT interview

Edited highlights from discussion with politician

Fund managers on the Iranian frontier

If sanctions are lifted, country becomes a tempting investment

Best comments from our readers

"As someone who has benefited from non-dom rules for three generations, I can only admire its complete craziness. It should be done away with immediately. No question. Absurd beyond comprehension."
By BetaByNature on FT View: The madness of King George III’s non-dom tax system


"The thing that Twitter taught me was that the 'talent' possessed by 'talented' people is indeed fleeting and temporary. I was amazed at how boring famous people were when let loose on twitter with their everyday thoughts."
By Nicholas Jack on Lucy Kellaway: What is worse than a blatant boast? The thirdpartybrag


Market-moving news and views, 24 hours a day

Sorry, Fast FT is unavailable at the moment

FOLLOW THE FT

SHARE THIS QUOTE