Definition of The Financial Times from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


The Financial Times

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(abbreviation The FT)
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Britain's most important financial newspaper. It first appeared in 1888, is published every day except Sunday, and has a lot of news about companies and stocks and shares. It is read mainly by business people and people who invest money in the financial markets. It is printed on pink paper and is sometimes called the 'pink ’un'.
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