Hi, I would like to ask you which of the expressions in bold is correct in the following sentence: One of his interest is/In leisure time he likes the reading of the Financial Times (Commodities market section).
I tend to associate an "interest" with a fieldor a thing such as finance, global warming, languages, etc., and
not with the act of reading a newspaper, as in your example.
You have not provided any context for this sentence or told us exactly what you are trying to express
so it is difficult to advise you. What I understand, based on your sentence alone, is, quite simply put: He likes to read the Financial Times.
Or, He is interested in the commodities market and likes to read the Financial Times.
One of his interests is/In his leisure time, he likes