Hungary tries to send migrants to camps

Stand-off as hundreds of refugees refuse to leave trains

EDF admits delay to new UK nuclear plant

Hinkley Point facility pushed back until after 2023

FCA faces further disarray

Expiration of board term limits forces hunt for replacements

Dovish Draghi hits euro and Bund yields

Wall Street marches on ahead of jobs data

Cameron feels pressure over refugee crisis

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

New Democracy closes the gap on Syriza

Mass defections from party damage Tsipras popularity

Omega says ‘risk parity’ helped tip market

Chorus of investors perturbed by esoteric trading strategies grows

Scotland’s alcohol policy ‘could break EU rules’

European legal opinion deals blow to minimum pricing ambitions

PizzaExpress to pass all tips to staff

Restaurant chain bows to union pressure and scraps ‘admin fee’

Glencore warned to cut debt pile

S&P revises outlook as plunging commodities weigh on group

Smartwatches go back to the future

Samsung and Motorola put style on display at Berlin tech show

Comment & Analysis

‘Mediapocalypse’ puts ad agencies to the test

WPP, Omnicom and others have seen some of their biggest clients launch reviews of their contracts

Net-a-Porter boss quits before Yoox deal

Massenet’s decision to resign on eve of accord steers her clear of clashes but rubs off some glister

US jobs data crucial to Fed rate decision

Fed rate decision this month could turn on Friday jobs report

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