Trump and Sanders win New Hampshire

Outsiders’ decisive victories set up battles for both parties

Credit Suisse chief says sell-off overdone

Thiam says Swiss bank’s balance sheet is strong

European bourses firm as banks rally

Traders think selling overdone as market awaits Yellen testimony

Deutsche eyes multibillion bond buyback

German bank steps up efforts to shore up tumbling shares

UBS puts salaries on ice as bank shares fall

CFO describes trading conditions as ‘treacherous’

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Pinewood looks at sale as part of review

UK studio group says shareholder concentration stifles liquidity

Currency market braced for Yellen’s words

Fed chief to deliver outlook amid growing pressure on dollar

Oil leaders move to quash price rise talk

Exchange data show hedge funds have record bet on recovery

Goldman combines e-trading capabilities

New market making group created amid shift in execution methods

Google passes driverless cars barrier

US regulator says a robot could meet legal definition of a driver

Supreme Court blocks climate change plans

Obama centrepiece aims to cut emissions from US power sector

Junior doctors prepare for second strike

New working hours could be imposed after deadlock in talks

Comment & Analysis

Why coco bonds are worrying investors

Questions on eurozone banks’ ability to make coupons


How an efficiency drive can boost inefficiency

The NHS and the Tube shows trimming capacity too much can be counter-productive, writes Diane Coyle

Bank of Japan seeks to bolster Abenomics

Disregard the naysayers: negative interest rates underline BoJ’s goal of beating deflation

Best comments from our readers

"I have noticed the way that everybody now seems to use the word 'disappointed' precisely in the passive aggressive manner you point out. People using the word in this fashion really need to take a good, hard look at themselves and realise that they do not sound like Don Corleone from the Godfather, they sound like David Brent's tedious boss from the office."
By Banana on An old-school reply to an advertiser’s retro threat

"Anonymous cash has been a functioning solution for all of history, regardless of who issued it. But now it is government that is 'making a move' on the citizen's right to hold it. Government doesn't like anything to be out of its reach, and technology offers a method of control."
By FT Debate: Scrapping cash

Market-moving news and views, 24 hours a day

Sorry, Fast FT is unavailable at the moment