Answered By: Harry L. Whitlock II Last Updated: Jun 30, 2017 Views: 26
UW Libraries does subscribe to The Financial Times. We have it in two formats: print and digital. Unfortunately, the publisher that provides access to The Financial Times embargoes online digital content for a month.
To read the current and most recent issues you will need to come to Coe Library. Go to Level 1 and the current journals. Here is the link to the information about the print publication.
On the webpage that displays from the UW Libraries catalog, click on the green "VIew Full Text" button. The next page that appears is a list of databases that provide access to that publication. Some of the databases provide access to earlier issues. It appears that the earliest online issues are to 1981 through Factiva. Most of the databases are back to 1996. As stated, the publisher imposes a one-month embargo on content, so you cannot access the most current issues. Of those databases listed, I recommend either of the two ProQuest resources or the Business Insights.
There are also older issues of The Financial Times in the Library Annex if you are interested. Here is the link to the catalog entry.
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