http://www.FT.com/ Eurozone leaders agreed to radically restructure Spain's €100bn bank recapitalisation plan during all-night talks at an EU summit that ended in the early hours of Friday. Lex's Stuart Kirk and Richard Stovin-Bradford discuss a breakthrough summit. For more commentary from the Lex team, visit http://www.ft.com/lex
http://www.FT.com/ As Japan trials a new even faster high-speed train, FT Tokyo bureau chief Mure Dickie reports on the country's love affair with its trains and the challenge facing the national railway operators to sell their systems overseas against tough competition. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond is under increasing pressure after the bank was hit with a record fine for trying to manipulate a benchmark interest rate.
http://www.FT.com/ Major falls in inflation in both the developed and the developing world, combined with extremes of risk-aversion, mean that markets could be primed for a rebound. David Bowers of Absolute Research tells John Authers, the FT's senior investment columnist, that we need to watch the central banks carefully to see if that rebound can happen
http://www.FT.com/ Long View columnist John Authers, discusses the latest FT survey on bank executive pay with investment banking correspondent Daniel Schaefer. The highest paid 15 bankers saw pay rises of 11.9% between them, despite profits not following suit
http://www.FT.com/ In one Lagos slum, memories of a brutal eviction 21 years ago give poor residents an added urge to call Nigeria's leaders to account through the ballot box as April's elections draw near. Tom Burgis, FT West Africa correspondent, reports. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ The Greek election result has eased fears of the country exiting the euro. Gideon Rachman, chief foreign affairs columnist, and Jamie Chisholm, global markets commentator, talk to Daniel Garrahan about the lack of confidence in the markets and why all eyes are now Spain.
http://www.FT.com/ Student Syrza supporters talk about their anger with mainstream politicians, the bleak outlook for jobs and why Greece should stay in the euro. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video
http://www.FT.com/ Greece's New Democracy party has edged its way to victory in an election that has eased fears of a sudden Greek exit from the euro. Gideon Rachman, chief foreign affairs columnist, tells Daniel Garrahan that the result doesn't resolve the underlying problem in the eurozone and Spain is now the big concern
http://www.FT.com/ Growing demand for solar panels has increased the number of suppliers of high purity silicon, its key raw material, including those in China. Peter Marsh, FT manufacturing editor, reports from Asia Silicon in the remote Chinese city of Xining. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video