The Financial Times launched Alphaville in 2006 as a “daily news and commentary service giving financial market professionals the information they need, when they need it.”
Finance blogging has changed a lot since then but Alphaville’s purpose has not. We aim to be read by an audience that’s smart, informed, questioning, open-minded, sometimes obsessive and occasionally unserious.
Alphaville seeks to cover everything in financial markets through a wide-angle lens. From microstructure to M&A, corporate fraud and big-idea macroeconomics, if it interests you it should interest us. And if it doesn’t interest you, we’ll be trying our hardest to change that.
Here’s the team. We all cover a bit of everything, but
Alex returns to FTAV after writing for Barron’s…