The Financial Times has seen a 14.1% increase year on year in UK readership – to 430,000 readers – in the 12 months to August 2009, according to the latest National Readership Survey figures.
Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, said: “There is a greater demand than ever for the Financial Times as a trusted guide during challenging times, and these results are proof that our continued investment in quality journalism is working”.
FT Weekend enjoyed a 11.9% increase in readership in the last year to 330,000 readers, with FT Money rising 18% to 289,000. The weekday edition saw a 14.7% rise year on year to 446,000 readers.
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