• Sarah Sands’ column on Mozart did not appear in the international edition last weekend, despite appearing in the front page promotional panel

  • The US presidential election was in 2016, not 2017 as incorrectly stated in an article on April 14

  • A chart on the world’s largest listed airlines failed to include Ryanair

  • Credit Suisse’s ratio of Level 3 assets to tier one common equity is 47 per cent, not 4 per cent as incorrectly stated in a chart on April 4.

  • There is not a majority of Labour metro mayors as incorrectly stated in an editorial comment on April 5.

  • Investors trading contracts for difference in the UK are not exempt from capital gains tax as incorrectly stated in an FT Money article on March 31

  • Swiss authorities are assisting an Italian criminal investigation into a former employee of Kering, not the Italian probe into Gucci’s tax arrangements as incorrectly stated in a column on March 29

  • Richard Peckham and Martin Sweeting were testifying before a House of Lords subcommittee hearing on Brexit and the space industry rather than before MPs, as incorrectly stated in an article on March 27

  • The founder of the Khan Academy worked for a hedge fund before setting up the online education platform, and had not stayed out of finance as incorrectly stated in a column on March 26

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  • Julian Wheatland is the former chair of Oxford West and Abingdon Conservative Association, not the current chair as incorrectly stated in an article on March 20.

  • The US-led deal reached with Iran over its nuclear programme was sealed in 2015, not 2005 as incorrectly stated in an article on March 15

  • The front page Datawatch chart on first-time asylum applicants on March 21 should have stated that the figures were in thousands

  • The estimated cost for the US census budget is about $15bn, not $12.3bn as incorrectly stated in a column on March 16

  • Procter & Gamble will cut spending with ad agencies by $1.2bn, not $2bn as incorrectly stated in an article on March 7

  • The value of sovereign bonds on the ECB’s balance sheet is €2.3tn, not €2.3bn as incorrectly stated in Wolfgang Münchau’s column on March 5

  • WPP’s share price was £12.60 at the close of trading on March 1, not £114 as incorrectly stated in an article on March 2.

  • GKN sales figures were stated in trillions rather than billions in a chart on March 2.

  • Dale Vince is the energy entrepreneur, not Vince Dale who John McDonnell’s press adviser referred to in Saturday’s magazine article

  • Ecuador has previously issued eurobonds and is not planning to issue them for the first time

  • 3G Capital does not control AB InBev or Domino’s, as wrongly stated in an Editorial Comment on February 24

  • Future Planet Capital has agreements with partners that work with top universities to invest in early-stage companies, rather than working with the institutions directly as stated in an article on February 3/4

  • The restaurant is part of the Grosvenor Hotel, not the Charing Cross Hotel as incorrectly stated in Nicholas Lander’s column

  • RSE Ventures has invested in neither Equinox nor SoulCycle as incorrectly stated in an article on February 5

  • Samsung is not one of China’s top-selling smartphone brands as incorrectly stated in an article on February 7.

  • A front page promotional banner on February 7 wrongly referred to a Notebook column by Leo Lewis. The column appears over here. We apologise for the confusion