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Markets Live: Tuesday, 4th October, 2016

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This Markets Live session ended at 12:03 on 4 Oct 2016. Participants in this session were: Paul Murphy and Bryce Elder PM Yep, it’s switched on PM Welcome to Markets Live PM Sorry about yesterday PM I’m minded ot share the explanation of what happened PM But it’s kinda written in hungarian PM So won’t both PM Just to say the whole of AV blew up PM Something to do with our streaming tech PM (Look, i didn’t realise that we had these log in profblems for readers. This is ridiculous.) PM Anyway, let me just continue for now PM Today is the day when everyone reading FT.com is forced to use the new site PM If you haven’t tried it, it looks like this… PM PM Pretty, eh? PM If you really don’t like change PM And you complain to one of us, here’s the boiler plate email we’ll send you PM Dear Reader, Thank you for your message and for taking the time to write. My sincere apologies that your experience with the new site has been disruptive and not up to par. That is not our intention. I am sharing your feedback with our customer services and research teams, who are collating users’ views on our new site. They will be in touch with you shortly to help. Thank you for bringing this to our attention and again, my apologies.

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This Markets Live session ended at 12:03 on 4 Oct 2016. Participants in this session were:...

Paul Murphy
Paul Murphy is the founding editor of FT Alphaville and an associate editor of the Financial Times. He joined the FT in London in 2006 as development editor of FT.com, concentrating on the expansion of the online business. Prior to that, he served as the Guardian’s financial editor for seven years. He has also held senior positions in business journalism at the Sunday Business newspaper and the Daily Telegraph. Murphy is a graduate of the London School of Economics.

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