Financial Times Archive

The Financial Times has given important information on stocks, finances and companies for over 125 years. Historic Newspapers boasts the UK’s largest private newspaper archive, and our wealth of Financial Times back issues means you’re sure to find that treasured title you’re looking for with our date selector tool.

Financial Times Newspaper Archive
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Financial Times Newspaper Archive

The Financial Times Newspaper

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Historic Newspapers have the UK’s largest archive of the Financial Times, stretching back over one hundred years. To see the newspaper titles we have for your chosen special day, simply select the date in the box below.

The Financial Times’ Supplements

“How to Spend it” originated as a quarterly magazine and was first distributed with the Financial Times on Saturday 19th November 1994. The magazine is now printed on the first Saturday of every month and there are occasional bonus editions, which are published on a Friday. “How to Spend it” also produces specially themed editions of the magazine from time to time, which accompany the newspaper on a Saturday. Examples of these special editions include “A Passion for Fashion“, “Superior Interiors“, “Travel Unravelled” and the annual “Christmas Unwrapped“. A weekly magazine has also been supplied with the newspaper every Saturday since the launch of “The Financial Times Magazine” on 26th April 2003.

The Financial Times currently features a variety of other regular supplements. “Companies and Markets” is a broadsheet newspaper insert, which is published each weekday. In addition, the “FTfm” tabloid newspaper section provides a weekly review of the fund management industry and is distributed every Monday. The “Appointments” broadsheet section comes with the paper each Thursday. Special Reports are also often provided with the newspaper on any given day.

The Saturday edition of the newspaper was refreshed on 26th April 2008. The “Companies and Markets” supplement merged into the main newspaper, whilst the weekly “Life and Arts“, “House and Home” and “Money” sections were all redesigned. The weekly “Financial Times Magazine” was also re-named the “FT Weekend Magazine“. However, the monthly “How to Spend it” magazine continued to appear as before, along with its occasional special editions.

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