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Financial Times revamps FT Money supplement

By Staff

16th November 2012

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The Financial Times will unveil its revamped FT Money Supplement tomorrow, 17 November.

Along with features, investigations and interviews, the refreshed supplement will include the following additional sections and content:  'Market Insight', where guest contributors will provide insight and commentary; a monthly column by John Redwood; a 'How to' guide plus a 'Best of Investors Chronicle' and an 'Armchair Alphaville' section, a selection of postings from the FT's market and companies blog.

Additionally, Norma Cohen has joined the FT Money team as demographics correspondent.

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• ‘Market Insight’, where invited guest contributors provide thought-provoking and sometimes controversial commentary;
• Regular features, investigations and interviews, starting with a look at the many ways in which HMRC is cracking down on tax fraud;
• A new monthly column by John Redwood, using a portfolio of passive, index-tracking vehicles to gain exposure to key themes;
• ‘Best of the Investors Chronicle’, share trading ideas from the UK’s oldest and most respected specialist investment publication.
• ‘How to’ guide, offering practical advice on subjects ranging from complaining about a provider to speculating on the weather;
• ‘Armchair Alphaville’, a selection of the week’s best postings from the FT’s popular and award-winning markets and companies blog.

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• ‘Market Insight’, where invited guest contributors provide thought-provoking and sometimes controversial commentary;
• Regular features, investigations and interviews, starting with a look at the many ways in which HMRC is cracking down on tax fraud;
• A new monthly column by John Redwood, using a portfolio of passive, index-tracking vehicles to gain exposure to key themes;
• ‘Best of the Investors Chronicle’, share trading ideas from the UK’s oldest and most respected specialist investment publication.
• ‘How to’ guide, offering practical advice on subjects ranging from complaining about a provider to speculating on the weather;
• ‘Armchair Alphaville’, a selection of the week’s best postings from the FT’s popular and award-winning markets and companies blog.

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• ‘Market Insight’, where invited guest contributors provide thought-provoking and sometimes controversial commentary;
• Regular features, investigations and interviews, starting with a look at the many ways in which HMRC is cracking down on tax fraud;
• A new monthly column by John Redwood, using a portfolio of passive, index-tracking vehicles to gain exposure to key themes;
• ‘Best of the Investors Chronicle’, share trading ideas from the UK’s oldest and most respected specialist investment publication.
• ‘How to’ guide, offering practical advice on subjects ranging from complaining about a provider to speculating on the weather;
• ‘Armchair Alphaville’, a selection of the week’s best postings from the FT’s popular and award-winning markets and companies blog.

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• ‘Market Insight’, where invited guest contributors provide thought-provoking and sometimes controversial commentary;
• Regular features, investigations and interviews, starting with a look at the many ways in which HMRC is cracking down on tax fraud;
• A new monthly column by John Redwood, using a portfolio of passive, index-tracking vehicles to gain exposure to key themes;
• ‘Best of the Investors Chronicle’, share trading ideas from the UK’s oldest and most respected specialist investment publication.
• ‘How to’ guide, offering practical advice on subjects ranging from complaining about a provider to speculating on the weather;
• ‘Armchair Alphaville’, a selection of the week’s best postings from the FT’s popular and award-winning markets and

 

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