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Our regular look at the US markets, in what's been a volatile week around the world.
Immigration into Britain reaches a record high. Does it benefit or hinder economies?
Despite falling markets in China and Europe, the Dow Jones closed up 4% up - we ask why.
But business leader Sir Martin Sorrell tells us he is upbeat about China's prospects.
Following a bad day for shares in China, US markets experience high volatility
Our economic commentator Roger Bootle offers his assessment.
Peter Jankovskis has the view from Wall Street on today's stock market volatility.
Global stocks plunge on fears over the world's second largest economy.
Giri Cherubuki of Oakbrook Investments on the day's trading?
China says its manufacturing sector is doing worse than anytime in the last 6 years.
Thu 20 Aug 2015
Russell Cleveland, president of Wren Capital Group in Dallas, on the day's trading.
Greece has called an election amid a political rebellion over tough terms of its bailout.
Wed 19 Aug 2015
Have the latest Federal Reserve minutes given us any more interest rate rise clues?
A third bailout for Greece is voted through by German Parliament.
Tue 18 Aug 2015
Mark Kepner of Themis Trading in New Jersey on the day's trading.
The benchmark Shanghai share index plunged more than 6% on Tuesday.
Mon 17 Aug 2015
Airbus lands its biggest ever order for planes from Indian budget airline, IndiGo.
People whose homes were destroyed in the blasts demand answers from officials.
Thousands protest across Brazil calling for the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff.
Fri 14 Aug 2015
A third bailout agreed for Greece; US manufacturing growing again.
Thu 13 Aug 2015
Tesla to raise $500m; markets recover despite the Yuan's continued devaluation.
Greece's economy grows 0.8% April to June and it's results day for UK school leavers.
Wed 12 Aug 2015
A shipment of explosives has blown up in the Chinese port city of Tianjin.
China has again cut the guiding rate for its currency after Tuesday's record devaluation.
Tue 11 Aug 2015
Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading on the devaluation of the Yuan's effect on the markets.
Its government hopes to push the new $95bn agreement through parliament later this week.
Mon 10 Aug 2015
Peter Jankovskis of Oakbrook Investments in Chicago on the day's trading
Japan prepares to restart its nuclear programme four years after the Fukushima disaster.
Fri 7 Aug 2015
We look at jobs figures from the US and assess the future of cable tv companies.
The leader of opposition party Renamo has been speaking to World Business Report.
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