Hungary tries to send migrants to camps

Stand-off as refugees refuse to leave trains

Omega says ‘risk parity’ helped tip market

Chorus of investors perturbed by esoteric trading strategies grows

JLR scraps plans for Saudi car factory

Proposals ‘on hold’ as group focuses on production elsewhere

Euro and Bund yields drop on dovish Draghi

US and European stocks rally as Chinese markets shut for holiday

Cameron feels pressure over refugee crisis

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

Scotland’s alcohol policy ‘could break EU rules’

European legal opinion deals blow to minimum pricing ambitions

China cuts troops but parades might

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

Chote nominated for second OBR term

Renewal comes as review urges increase of fiscal watchdog’s remit

Blow for Glencore as S&P cuts outlook

Stock rise attributed to group not having credit rating revised

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Hedge fund manager loses tax appeal

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

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

US jobs data crucial to Fed rate decision

Fed rate decision this month could turn on Friday jobs report

EM corporate ‘carry trade’ revealed

BIS paper suggests companies are raising cash in US currency for financial, not commercial, reasons

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