Pope Benedict XVI addresses tens of thousands of pilgrims in St Peter's Square, the Vatican, for his final general audience before he abdicates on Thursday. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
Timing is all. But can trends and signals help getting the buy and sell timing right?
Every year, China stages the largest human migration on earth as up to 1bn people go home to their roots. The FT's Patti Waldmeir reports on the phenomenal combined buying power of China's 260m migrant workers and looks at the type of gifts they are buying this year.
As the Royal Bank of Scotland announces a £390m Libor settlement, UK business secretary Vince Cable says that a range of options are on the table for getting rid of the government's 82 per cent stake in the bank. Lex's Vincent Boland and Oliver Ralph discuss the best way for the government to get out
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During his appearance before the British parliamentary committee, Bob Diamond, Barclays' former chief executive, referred 50 times to the term 'culture'. Andrew Hill, the FT's management editor, looks at how the culture of business has been challenged, and how it might be changed. For more video content from the Financial Times visit: http://www.ft.com/video http://www.FT.com/
The Institutional Revolutionary Party returned to power in Mexico last weekend as voters' least unattractive option, according to Johnpaul Rathbone, the FT's Latin America Editor.
Its proponents say it's the next disruptive technology with the potential to significantly change the landscape of a number of industries. Peter Marsh, manufacturing editor, talks to one such supporter - Abe Reichental, chief executive of US-based 3D Systems - to find out how 3D printing works and how big a game-changer it's is likely to be.