BoE deputy governor says mini-Budget had ‘material’ impact on economy


Dave Ramsden warns that policymakers must ‘stay the course’ on inflation

Five ideas that might actually boost UK growth


Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng don’t seem to know how to go about it. Here are a few starting points

Ministers must reassure the markets about their growth plan


As the UK weans itself off cheap money it is vital that investors have faith in government finances

Elon Musk: ‘Aren’t you entertained?’


The Tesla chief talks to Roula Khalaf about moving to Mars, saving free speech via Twitter — and why ageing is one ‘problem’ that should not be solved

Time for investors to learn a new game


In inflationary times, buy property, consider green investments and delay retirement

Half a million missing workers show modern Britain’s failings


Chronic pain and mental health problems have pushed huge numbers out of the workforce since the pandemic

Live news: Covid infections rise in England and double in Northern Ireland


US employment growth cools in September


Fall in unemployment rate to historic low of 3.5 per cent helps keep pressure on Fed to raise rates

US stocks drop after stronger than expected jobs report


Bond prices slip as investors scrutinise labour market data

Renault chief flies to Japan for crunch talks over Nissan alliance


Negotiations will aim to resolve intellectual property dispute and examine future of French group’s stake

London’s most expensive home ‘owned by Evergrande founder’


Hui Ka Yan may sell mansion overlooking Hyde Park after suffering reversal in fortunes

How Iranian students are shaping the anti-regime protests


Universities emerge as central focus of unrest in Islamic republic

Have you been hit by rising mortgage rates?


FT Money wants to hear from readers

Binance blockchain suffers $570mn hack


World’s largest crypto exchange targeted in security breach

Avanti granted stop-gap extension to UK’s west coast rail franchise


Troubled train operator angered passengers and politicians with slashed services

Zuckerberg’s metaverse rush pauses for ‘quality lockdown’


Meta has yet to demonstrate that its $10bn a year bet on an immersive virtual world will be a success

UK house price growth cools as rate rises pinch


Cost of a typical home eases from previous record to £293,835, says Halifax

UK banks: mortgages are bringing an embarrassment of riches


Lenders have waited years for better rates, but the sharp rise will come at a glaring social cost

UK starts new round of licences for North Sea oil and gas


Government seeks to bolster energy self sufficiency with exploration permits but Greenpeace aims to halt ‘possibly unlawful’ plan

UK households urged to reduce energy use to avoid winter power cuts


National Grid warns of three-hour blackouts in ‘extreme’ gas and electricity supply scenario

Twitter deal tests banks’ resolve as they brace for big losses


Lenders’ commitment to finance Elon Musk’s buyout may cost them hundreds of millions of dollars

Judge puts Musk’s legal fight with Twitter on hold until October 28


Proceedings will resume in November if $44bn deal does not close

China’s Shein sheds up to one-third of its value in stake sales


Fast-fashion retailer popular with Gen-Z shoppers has been valued at $65bn-$85bn in private markets

Samsung profits fall as chip demand slows


South Korean technology group’s shares are down about 30% so far this year

Biden warns Putin ‘not joking’ about nuclear threat


US president says risk of ‘Armageddon’ highest in decades as Russia faces setbacks in Ukraine

Belarus, Russia and Ukraine rights activists awarded Nobel Peace prize


Laureates praised for ‘outstanding effort to document war crimes, human right abuses and the abuse of power’

UN rights council blocks debate on China’s Xinjiang abuses


Narrow vote marks diplomatic victory for Beijing after facing accusations of ‘crimes against humanity’

Truss backtracks on cuts to 91,000 civil service jobs


Ministers seek to cut Whitehall roles through ‘churn’ and reinstate graduate recruitment

Credit Suisse offers to buy back $3bn of its own debt


Move by Swiss lender comes as it seeks to allay concerns over its financial health

Founders of Gotham and Portsea join forces in new short selling fund


Names known for bets against Wirecard and Steinhoff hope markets downturn will help them replicate earlier successes

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