What do the different colours of the republishing indicators mean?
A green republishing indicator with a tick symbol indicates that the Financial Times has the rights to allow republishing of this content. However, there may still be additional republishing restrictions; to see details of any restrictions, click on the republishing indicator.
A green republishing indicator with a “$” symbol indicates that this is a contributor article and as such, additional costs will be incurred in the republishing of this article. If you have contributor content included in your contract, you can download these articles directly from FT.com and be invoiced separately; if you do not, you will have to contact our Republishing team in order to get access to the article.
An amber republishing indicator can indicate one of the following; click the republishing indicator for further details:
The content may be republished but your organisation’s contract does not currently allow this content to be republished
Additional checks will need to made by the Financial Times to ascertain whether this content can be republished.
A red republishing indicator indicates that the Financial Times does not have the necessary rights to allow republishing of this content and so it cannot be downloaded and republished by any user.