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The complete searchable facsimile run of the world’s most authoritative daily business newspaper, from 1888 to 2009 with additional annual updates.
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From its beginning as the London Financial Guide in January 1888, the Financial Times has developed to become one of the best-known and most-respected newspapers in the world, with a growing global daily audience, which includes the world’s most powerful decision-makers, of 1.9 million. [Source: FT Average Daily Global Audience (ADGA), May 2010]
The Financial Times Historical Archive
This complete online fully-searchable facsimile edition of the FT offers the complete run of the London edition of the paper, from its first issue to the end of 2009. Every individual article, advertisement and market listing is included and shown individually and in the context of the full page and issue of the day. For this online archive every item has been subject or topic categorised to permit fast retrieval and review of relevant articles.
This historical archive of the Financial Times, which is today distributed on its distinctive pink paper in more than sixty countries, is a comprehensive, accurate and unbiased research tool for anyone studying the economic and business history and current affairs of the last 121 years.
More than just a business newspaper
Financial Times Historical Archive on Gale NewsVault
The Financial Times Historical Archive, 1888-2009 is a part of the Gale NewsVault programme. Gale NewsVault delivers the definitive cross-searching experience for exploring Gale’s range of historical newspaper collections. Users can simultaneously search or browse across some of the best-known and well-respected newspaper collections available internationally to date, including The Economist Historical Archive. Providing access to over 10 million digitised facsimile pages, and more that 400 years of content, Gale NewsVault provides an unparalleled window to the past.
Gale NewsVault is available to all Gale historical newspaper
collection customers now, free of charge, enabling users to cross-search all of
the Gale historical newspaper collections that an institution holds.
Please note: This digital archive is only available for institutions to trial and purchase. It is not available at this stage for individual subscriptions. For individuals seeking a copy of an issue/issues or a specific article within the archive, Gale, part of Cengage Learning does not have the rights to provide this service. If you wish to obtain a specific article or issue, please contact your public library (if you are a library member) or academic, school or special library (if you are a member of staff or a student) and enquire about online access to our products. Otherwise, it may be worth visiting a library that holds the physical copies.