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The timing could hardly be better for the Communist Party as it grapples with a slumping stock market and fears that a slowdown could spur social unrest.
By ANDREW JACOBS
The New York Times,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
People flooding into Europe, and an inability to accommodate them in an organized way, may be starting to fray a commitment to erase old borders.
By ALISON SMALE and MELISSA EDDY
The New York Times,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Regulators undecided on proprietary trade’s impact on Treasuries
By Joe Rennison in New York
Financial Times,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The Hungarian authorities cleared hundreds of migrants from the country’s main international railway station where they were waiting to board trains to Austria and Germany.
By Ulrike Dauer in Frankfurt and Margit Feher in Budapest
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Australia’s central bank left interest rates unchanged, as expected, saying record-low rates were acting to support borrowing and spending.
By Rachel Pannett
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The German government expects that between 240,000 and 460,000 extra people will be entitled to social benefits next year
By REUTERS
The New York Times,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The 4,368 documents released by the State Department on Monday contain insights into Hillary Rodham Clinton’s circle and underscore her acute interest in remaining current on political developments.
By PETER BAKER and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT
The New York Times,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Yen, gold and Treasuries gain as risk appetite wanes
By Jamie Chisholm, Global Markets Commentator
Financial Times,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Banks buying and selling yuan currency forwards for clients will have to deposit 20% of sales at China’s central bank, to prevent “macro financial risks.”
By Lingling Wei
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The data comes a day after India’s government reported gross domestic product growth slowed to 7% year-over-year last quarter from 7.5% in the preceding quarter.
By Anant Vijay Kala
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The Euro Stoxx 50 index was 2.6 percent lower in early trading, and the FTSE 100 in London was down 2.1 percent. The Shanghai composite index dropped 1.3 percent.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
The New York Times,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Australian tycoon intensifies legal battle with Chinese group
By Jamie Smyth in Sydney
Financial Times,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
A second deadly chemical blast in a month is shining a spotlight on workplace accidents in China, where worker deaths still number in the tens of thousands annually.
By Te-Ping Chen
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The People’s Bank of China said it injected 110 billion yuan ($17.25 billion) of liquidity into the nation’s banking system in August through its medium-term lending facility, amid a domestic economic slowdown.
By Grace Zhu
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Battered by a commodities slump, China’s wobbles and eye-watering household debt, one of the world’s most successful economies of recent times is facing a sharp reversal of fortune.
By Vera Sprothen
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
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