The Financial Times saw a 14% readership increase to 430,000 in the year to June, while its supplement FT Money also performed well with an 18% rise to 289,000.
The biggest fall among the dailies came from Telegraph Media Group’s The Daily Telegraph, which fell 11% year on year to 1,843,000. Readership for its Telegraph Magazine and Your Money supplements also fell by 8% and 9% respectively.
Among the Sunday titles, Guardian News & Media’s The Observer saw a 4% increase to 1,374,000, while The Observer Magazine and Business & Media supplements also enjoyed growth of 2% and 12% respectively.
Independent News & Media saw falls among all its titles, with The Independent on Sunday in particular dropping 15% to 646,000.
News International’s soon-to-be closed thelondonpaper enjoyed the biggest rise among the free newspaper titles. It was up 14% to 1,101,000 year on year.
Associated Newspapers’ Metro closely followed with a 13% rise to 3,531,000. Its sister afternoon title, London Lite rose 11% to 1,132,000.