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Markets Live: Wednesday, 15th March, 2017

This Markets Live session ended at 12:05 on 15 Mar 2017. Participants in this session were: Paul Murphy and Bryce Elder PM11:00amMorning, welcome to Markets Live PM11:01amThere’s quite a lot going on PM11:01amUnfortunately, only some of it is corporate / market-related PM11:01amFirst up…. PM11:01amThe FT scooped a load of awards in last night’s British Press Awards PM11:01amThis is unprecedented PM11:02amThe Press Awards used to be totally corrupt PM11:02amA behind the scenes stitch up between the tabs and the former broadsheets PM11:02amNot any more it seems! PM11:02amHigh quality global journalism requires investment. Please share this article with others using the link below, do not cut & paste the article. See our Ts&Cs and Copyright Policy for more detail. Email [email protected] to buy additional rights. http://aboutus.ft….rds/#ixzz4bOKNmVrm15 March 2017: The Financial Times was honoured in five categories at The Press Awards in London last night, winning ‘Website of the Year’ for the newly relaunched and ‘Supplement of the Year’ for FT Weekend Magazine.The judges said the FT’s website has “improved user experience with a new design” and “continues to innovate in the way it tells stories online”. FT Weekend was commended for its “long-form investigative pieces that suit its readership perfectly”.

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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, 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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