Daily Archives: June 9, 2017

With Janan Ganesh, Miranda Green and Matt Singh. Presented by Sebastian Payne

 

Sunday’s first round of voting in France’s legislative elections are a crucial test of the level of support behind the new president Emmanuel Macron. Harriet Agnew discusses the polls with Anne-Sylvaine Chassany and Michael Stothard

 

The election of a minority Tory government has thrown the UK into another bout of political uncertainty, yet investors are not rushing to ditch sterling. Kit Juckes of Societe Generale and Simon Derrick of BNY Melllon tell Roger Blitz why its relative cheapness and prospects of a soft Brexit are keeping the pound afloat, but they doubt whether the currency can withstand the turbulence of a hung parliament

 

The FT’s Leslie Hook tells Ravi Mattu about the company’s latest efforts to rebuild its management team in the face of a series of scandals

 

With George Parker and Matthew Singh. Presented by Sebastian Payne

 

Physicist Geoffrey West joins FT Alphaville’s Izabella Kaminska to discuss his work on a universal theory of growth – or scaling – that extends beyond human lifespans to encompass the sustainability of corporations, cities and more, as detailed in his latest book “Scale”.