European manufacturers are tentatively emerging from the financial and eurozone crises. Yet some groups are faring better than others
The European Commission is investigating the energy industry's price-setting mechanisms for oil and gas products after antitrust raids on BP, Shell and Statoil. Lex's Stuart Kirk and Vincent Boland discuss whether investors should be concerned.
Joh A Benckiser's after a triple coffee with its proposed takeover of DE Master Blenders 1753. Lex's Stuart Kirk and Nikki Tait discuss what JAB sees in the glorified consumer staple. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
The rescue deal for Cyprus has tilted the balance from bail-outs to bail-ins - from tax payers to investors and which investors take the hit. Olivia Frieser, head of European credit research at BNP Paribas, discusses with capital markets correspondent Mary Watkins the changing landscape for senior investors absorbing losses in the event of a bank failing. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
EADS' share price is at an all-time high, and at an extraordinary general meeting today chief executive Tom Enders secured a new corporate governance structure. Lex's Stuart Kirk and Vincent Boland discuss the changes and a planned share buyback. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
The railway linking Lagos, Nigeria's commercial capital, to Kano, the country's second largest city, reopened after more than 10 years, thanks to Chinese loans and investment. The FT's West Africa correspondent Xan Rice, makes the 31-hour journey and asks whether the train line is a sign of progress in Africa's second biggest economy
As Cyprus desperately tries to seal the deal needed to avert financial collapse, Tony Barber, Europe editor; Charles Clover, Moscow bureau chief; and Quentin Peel, chief Germany correspondent, talk to Daniel Garrahan about the geopolitics involved in the crisis.
As Cyprus reached an 11th-hour €10bn bailout deal with international lenders, Lex's Stuart Kirk and Vincent Boland discuss how the agreement means senior bondholders are no longer sacrosanct.
Deflation has dogged Japan for two decades. Shinzo Abe is finally trying to grasp the nettle and do something about it.
It’s just a little island with a population of 1.1 million but Cyprus has the world’s attention. If its government does not come up with a viable plan to fund a portion of the financial bailout it desperately needs there will be no bailout and Cyprus would mostly have to leave the Eurozone. That, in turn, could fuel fears of additional departures by other ailing member nations such as Greece and Spain.