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Navigate global markets with Lex

FT's agenda-setting column on business and finance

Lex is a premium daily commentary service from the Financial Times. It is the oldest and arguably the most influential business and finance column of its kind in the world. It helps readers make better investment decisions by highlighting key emerging risks and opportunities.

Lex is a top read of professionals in banks, hedge funds, private equity, traders, and asset managers around the world. It's therefore essential reading for business school students with career aspirations in those areas.

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Prepare yourself for your career

Read more about the global trends in the workplace, and what to expect post-graduation

From leadership and equality, to personal productivity and wearable technology, the FT delivers insight into management ideas and the biggest trends shaping the world of work.

  • Entrepreneurship - trends and ideas that matter to entrepreneurs and start-ups, as well as challenges they face.
  • Business Education & MBA Rankings - read comprehensive rankings of global business programmes and schools, plus interviews with their faculty and deans.
  • The Connected Business - A special report published several times a year which helps readers understand the newest trends in technology and their impact on the workplace.
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Enhance your studies by subscribing to one or more of the FT's 40+ newsletters, including highlights like Best of Lex, Moral Money, Coronavirus Business Update, and many more.

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