Daily Archives: October 27, 2016

As the presidential campaign draws to a close, the FT’s Courtney Weaver and Shawn Donnan discuss what to expect in the days after the election, from possible cabinet appointments to the future of the Republican party to the fate of Paul Ryan’s political career. Sign up for the FT White House Countdown email newsletter at FT.com/NBE

 

As the presidential campaign draws to a close, the FT’s Courtney Weaver and Shawn Donnan discuss what to expect in the days after the election, from possible cabinet appointments to the future of the Republican party to the fate of Paul Ryan’s political career. Sign up for the FT White House Countdown email newsletter at FT.com/NBE

 

Geoffrey Yu of UBS Wealth Management puts this week’s record low for the offshore version on China’s currency into context, and tells Michael Hunter what the market will be looking at for the renminbi towards the end of 2016.

 

The rise of Iceland’s Pirates party is a striking example of the anti-establishment mood that has swept western countries since the financial crisis. Founded by a ragtag bunch of internet activists, the party is hoping for victory in Saturday’s parliamentary elections. Orla Ryan asks Richard Milne, the FT’s Nordics correspondent, what they stand for.