The Financial Times is a world leading organisation who publishes business news and information. This includes the Financial Times newspaper and the FT.com. This page helps you get the most out of our current subscription, we also have access to historical content via the archive of the FT.
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Our educational subscription to the FT is available from the Newspapers and Media tab on the Business Library Guide or through the links on this page.
Newcastle University has purchased a group subscription to FT.com and to access this you have to join and create your own free account. IMPORTANT: Please sign-up for your free account ON CAMPUS, via this page, using your University email address i.e., the address ending @ncl.ac.uk
Please watch this short clip before you create your free account. Then click here to create your FT.com account
You’ll find the latest UK and international business finance, economic and political news, comment and analysis from the Financial Times.
These are broken down into different areas along the banner.
We receive a print copy of the newspaper each day and this located on level 2 of the Robinson Library.
Each issue is kept for two months - to consult a pre-current issue ask at desk on Level 2.
There are lots of other things available in The Financial Times, some of which include:
FT Chinese : http://www.ftchinese.com/
FT Slideshows and images http://www.ft.com/slideshows
FT Audio slideshows http://www.ft.com/interactive/audioslideshows
FT Lexicon (glossary) http://lexicon.ft.com/
FT epaper (electronic version of the printed version with formatting/typesetting/images http://www.ft.com/epaper
Within individual articles or pages, you’ll see options where you can print, email or clip content. You can “clip” items and save within your profile in a section called myclippings. It’s worth looking at the help section within the Financial Times about sharing content, downloading into PDF from the epaper version and other functionality.
This help sheet is a very brief overview of how to get started with accessing The Financial Times. Once logged into the platform please see the help section which has some good hints and tips.
Further information is also available on their social media accounts:
• Financial Times Blogs http://www.ft.com/comment/blogs
• Financial Times Twitter Accounts http://www.ft.com/twitter