Financial Times : Global (51)

Impact of Fed's tightening will remain limited

Neither the ECB nor the BoJ look set to tighten measurably, blunting US efforts

Can the US economy take Trump's tax cut?

It's an ugly plan but it could add to growth in the short run

Investors to push highest-emitting companies to do more on climate

Funds managing $26tn join forces to urge 100 groups to cut greenhouse gas emissions

Welfare in Trump's crosshairs after tax overhaul

Focus on trimming deficit following tax cuts places low-income individuals at risk

Funds managing $26tn press groups to do better on environment

Super consortium bands together to push 100 companies to adhere to higher green standards

ExxonMobil bows to shareholder pressure on climate

World's biggest listed oil group to assess impact on profits of anti-warming policies

The debate on China's status as a market economy

The west risks looking like it signed the WTO accord in bad faith if it rejects Beijing's case

The UK has tied its Brexit hands

British government may have secured the best arrangement available to Leavers

Turkish GDP growth jumps to 11.1%

Trump attack on WTO sparks backlash from members

Argentina and other countries to issue clarion call to strengthen trading system

EU and Japan finalise world's largest free trade deal

Accord covers market of 600m people and 30 per cent of global GDP

Sterling and gilt yields rise after Brexit breakthrough

Following a volatile week pound hits a six-month high against the euro

EU and Japan finalise deal for trade zone covering 30% of global GDP

Why economics is still a man's world

'In the west, money has been perceived as male-dominated. So has the business of government'

Can we avoid another financial crisis?

Mixed fortunes: German trade weakens while French factories outperform

Japan real cash earnings post first increase since 2016

Stubborn facts about cross-border trade

To Brexit, the UK must give up on magical thinking

Daily briefing: Banks push back on bitcoin futures, Ford's Alibaba deal, women of 2017

As cryptocurrency passes $14,000, Wall St banks want more scrutiny of futures trading

BoE staff cast doubt on Carney's warning that UK is reliant on 'kindness of strangers'

IMF's Lagarde 'deeply concerned' about setbacks in Ukraine's anti-graft efforts

Chinese FDI tumbles 40% as Beijing's controls take effect

German industrial production posts surprise dip in October

US private sector adds 190,000 jobs in November – ADP

Brief krona rally shows tight market focus on shift in stance

The rethinking of economics and how to use it

The profession is adrift, but it is a constructive sort of drift

Daily briefing: Brexit deal in balance, US travel ban victory, the war over the Taj Mahal

Carefully choreographed divorce deal was stalled at eleventh hour

UK services sector growth hit by rising prices

Purchasing managers indicate that expansion slowed in November

European retail sales pull back in October

Spanish industrial production accelerates in October

ECB set to rethink plan for curbing eurozone bad loans

Central bank accused of exceeding authority as consultation sparks wave of criticism

RBA holds interest rates at 1.5%

China services PMI points to stronger growth in November

Stop worrying about Chinese debt, a crisis is not brewing

Worries about credit expansion and a looming 'Minsky moment' are overblown

The long road to Brexit

The British predicament has deep historical roots  

Daily briefing: Brexit crunch lunch, $68bn CVS-Aetna deal, cyborg beetles

Britain and the EU are on the brink of a divorce deal

Investor sentiment on eurozone dims from decade high – survey

Temer's pension reform drive rises from the dead in Brazil

President capitalises on a nascent recovery by relaunching retirement benefit proposals

Politicians seek to tackle plastic litter polluting the oceans

UN environment agency meeting aims to produce global action plan

Indonesia factory activity picks up in December

Turkish inflation leaps to almost 13%, a 14-year high

Europe puts 25 nations on draft tax haven blacklist

Countries scramble to make reform pledges to avoid inclusion on final document

China 'zombie' debt accounts for small slice of total, IMF says

Resolving lossmaking groups in overcapacity sectors will not solve broader debt problem

Central banking has never looked more daunting

The line between fiscal and monetary policy is increasingly blurred

Greece hopes reforms deal will smooth bailout exit

Athens anxious to return to regular borrowing on international capital markets

US Senate approves sweeping tax overhaul

Historic bill takes Donald Trump closer to first legislative success of presidency

Daily briefing: Republican tax plans hits snag, Zimbabwean cabinet named, can Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales fix the news?

Move faces eleventh-hour hurdle after congressional watchdog determines bill would send budget deficit skyrocketing

Edging towards a no-border solution

More powers for Northern Ireland can crack the Brexit nut

Global manufacturing hits multiyear high as growth gathers pace

UK factories buoyed by pick-up in orders from home and abroad

Brazil records third consecutive quarter of growth