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Monday, Oct 3
The Nobel Prize for Economics is announced today in Stockholm. Chris Giles, FT economics editor, reports on the news and reaction. For this and the latest big economics stories from around the world, read our global economy page.
For a guide to the key themes for the week in Brussels and background EU news and analysis go to our Brussels briefing.
Lexpanded: the FT has expanded its influential and agenda-setting Lex column. New features include financial calculators, an investment grid on different asset classes, an interactive section allowing users to comment on Lex notes and a new Lex-specific search function.
Tuesday, October 4
Helped along by glitzy television advertisements featuring Twiggy, analysts think there will be a slight improvement in underlying sales when M&S announces its second-quarter trading update today.
Snipping red tape: is excessive regulation deterring British companies from expanding, investing and creating more jobs? Have your say and vote in the FT’s online poll. Plus, read our background briefing on Red Tape
Wednesday, October 5
Catch up on what’s catching the headlines in a selection of press from around the world on our new What the papers say page.
As the ‘young pretender’ David Cameron begins to take a lead in some polls, tells us which of the candidates for the Tory leadership has impressed you so far. Vote in our online poll at www.ft.com/tories
Thursday, October 6
UK companies news editor Charles Pretzlik takes a look at the themes of the day and gives a taste of what’s coming up in his daily blog
Ben Hunt, editor of the FT’s Digital Business section, grapples with his new high-tech lifestyle in his Personal Effects blog.
Friday, October 7