John Authers

Investment Editor, Financial Times

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Senior investment commentator at the Financial Times, he writes the Short View column

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For the sixth day in a row, China's tumbling stock market is sending jitters around the world.

Panic in Chinese Stock Market Cause Global Jitters

For the sixth day in a row, China's tumbling stock market is sending jitters around the world.

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The Labor Department's latest report on employment is not due until Friday, but stocks rose today on news that the  job decline  during April was not as bad as expected.  John Authers…

Labor Report Suggests Smaller-than-Expected Job Losses

The Labor Department's latest report on employment is not due until Friday, but stocks rose today on news that the job decline during April was not as bad as expected.  John Authers…

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The Wall Street rescue failed in the House.  Now the Senate will take up a similar bill tonight, with support from  John McCain ,  Barack Obama  and  Joe Biden .

The Global Consequences of America's Financial Crisis

The Wall Street rescue failed in the House.  Now the Senate will take up a similar bill tonight, with support from John McCain , Barack Obama and Joe Biden .

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