The Financial Times

Italian and Spanish bond yields rise sharply

Wall Street unsettled by sliding oil prices

EU finance ministers strike deal to cut bank risks

Richer governments wanted measures to make financial sector bear burden of losses

Harvey Weinstein charged with rape by New York police

Disgraced former film mogul has faced allegations from dozens of women

Opec and Russia set to boost oil output

Rise of up to 1m barrels a day expected to fill gap left by Venezuela and Iran

Woody Harrelson: ‘I had to go outside and fire up a hooter’

The Hollywood bad boy on ‘Star Wars’, getting stoned at Trump Tower — and his friendship with Mike Pence

Sell-off in Italian bonds intensifies

Borrowing costs continue to rise as new premier prepares to announce ministers

Schrems accuses Facebook and Google of GDPR breach

Privacy campaigner files complaints against tech giants over EU’s new rules on customer data

Malaysia police seized $28.6m cash in 1MDB probe raid

Money, jewellery and handbags were confiscated from luxury apartment last week

NYSE’s first female president brings trading nous to the job

Stacey Cunningham started on the floor and broke through the glass ceiling

Irish voters head to polls in abortion ban referendum

Government backs change but opponents say eighth amendment protects human rights

Airports fight back against online turbulence

Hubs to improve passenger experience as web shopping and ride-hailing hit revenues

Maersk raises shipping rates as oil price spike bites

Marine fuel costs are up more than 20% this year

Why a French philosopher wants to stop Brexit

But is Bernard-Henri Lévy at odds with a France that sees opportunity in the UK’s departure?

Tetra Pak plans fightback in war on plastic straws

Packaging giant says alternatives to juice cartons can be more damaging to environment

Leftwing leader’s luxury villa sparks uproar in Spain

Podemos faithful question whether party founder has betrayed his roots

North Korea willing to meet US despite cancelled summit

Pyongyang says it is ‘open to resolving problems at any time in any way’

EU data protection chief confident it can police GDPR

Andrea Jelinek defends resources as privacy groups line up first actions

Skilled migrants targeted by UK over minor tax issues

Business leaders fear entrepreneurs will shun Britain

Fatal crash report highlights Uber shortcomings

Autonomous vehicle’s sensors failed to recognise woman crossing road on bicycle

Goldman off the hook in controversial derivatives deal

Agreement with Blackstone-owned GSO comes after Hovnanian refinancing provoked furore