The Financial Times: Global Economy

A Brexit compromise for frictionless goods trade

The EU should accept customs union and single market for goods

Daily briefing: N Korea still open to talks, GDPR day, Alexa blunder

Pyongyang willing to meet ‘at any time’ to resolve problems, after US cancels summit

Swedish krona rallies on positive bet from debt office

Move sends strong signal at odds with central bank’s aims

Maersk raises shipping rates as oil price spike bites

Marine fuel costs are up more than 20% this year

Trump goes into space with order to cut red tape

President looks to boost commercial flights to place US ahead of China

Carney issues stark warning on post-Brexit policy

How UK exits EU could mean tolerating inflation or slamming on monetary brakes, says BoE governor

Trumps car tariffs highlight threat of retaliatory trade war

President risks unpicking system that has governed global commerce for decades

Trump car tariff threat prompts global condemnation

Automakers warn move could disrupt supply chains and endanger trading system

Turkish lira skids again despite emergency rate rise

Widespread concern that Wednesday’s central bank move may be too modest

Give Italy’s new rulers a chance

EU has opportunity to disprove that it blocks alternative economic policies

The US will be the loser from Trump’s focus on trade deficits

The president’s obsession with manufacturing plays to his base but ignores services

Nigeria’s GDP per head to fall for 8 straight years, says IMF

Fund calls for urgent action to stem falling living standards and to tackle poverty

Daily briefing: US pushes Russia sanctions, Antarctic fight, sleep and success

Pressure by Washington for tougher measures has highlighted tensions with the EU

UK’s biggest companies are productivity slackers

The top groups are not achieving as much as they used to yet business ignores that