Information is the lifeblood of financial markets. Access to superior information faster is one of the defining factors of successful wealth managers globally, and ‘news’ whether in print, digital, traditional, or social, is the conduit by which information makes its way to the marketplace. In this article we explore the history and differences between social media and premium editorial media, and their differential effects on asset prices. Which is right for your business?read more »
Yuan Yang is a Beijing-based correspondent for the FT, covering technology in China. Yuan has been with the FT for more than three years. She was previously a Marjorie Dean intern writing about development economics at The Economist. She is a co-founder of Rethinking Economics, a UK-headquartered charity that campaigns for a more relevant curriculum that reflects real-world events.read more »
Jamie Smyth is an Australia-based correspondent for the FT, reporting on economics, business, politics and society in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and a host of other Pacific islands.
His daily job involves coming up with interesting news and feature ideas, which FT’s global readership wants to read. His journey with the FT started within his hometown Ireland where he used to report on Ireland and Northern Ireland before he relocated to Sydney in 2014. He has been with the FT for more than 7 years.read more »
What sets the FT's energy coverage apart from competitors'? In our Q&A, US Industry and Editor Ed Crooks highlights our competitive advantage – and why his Energy Source newsletter should be on your weekly reading list.
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