Juncker proposes big migrant quota rise

Brussels wants EU member states to share out 160,000 migrants

Chaos erupts as Budapest’s Keleti station reopens

Trains remain suspended as PM Viktor Orban heads to Brussels

Omega says ‘risk parity’ helped tip market

Chorus of investors perturbed by esoteric trading strategies grows

Hedge fund manager loses tax appeal

Patrick Degorce to repay £8m for using film avoidance scheme

US jobs data crucial to Fed rate decision

Fed rate decision this month could turn on Friday jobs report

Smartwatches go back to the future

Samsung and Motorola put style on display at Berlin tech show

Cameron under pressure on refugee crisis

Tory MPs and public figures call on UK to take in more people

Trump scolds Bush for speaking Spanish

Presidential hopeful says ex-governor should stick to English in US

Sunseeker surge boosts easyJet forecasts

Summer trading gives carrier a fillip after earlier problems

Low inflation adds to ECB conundrum

Downgrades set to dominate governing council meeting

China moves to modernise its army

PLA’s 300,000 jobs cuts an effort to create modern fighting force

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Stock rise attributed to group not having credit rating revised

China cuts troops but parades might

Xi Jinping pledges non-aggression as China shows off its weaponry

Chinese navy ships spotted off Alaska

Latest show of growing reach comes as Obama visits Arctic

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