The Financial Times has gained 50,000 readers year on year in the UK for its weekday edition, the National Readership Survey reveals today.
This represents a 13 per cent rise and the largest increase of any UK newspaper. The total number of readers in the UK is now 449,000, the highest level since 2003.
Lionel Barber, editor ofthe Financial Times, said: “The latest National Readership Survey is a good indicator of the reliance on trusted brands in challenging economic times. In 2009 the Financial Times has recorded growth in readership in all global markets.”
FT Weekend continues to reap the benefits of its redesign earlier in 2009 by recording impressive results with a 2 per cent increase to 314,000 UK readers year on year.
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