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Is there an economic argument behind Germany's pledge to take in more migrants?
A look at the US markets with Giri Cherukuri of Oak Brook Investments in Chicago.
How much would it really cost to improve conditions in refugees' home countries?
President Obama gains enough votes in the Senate to push the Iran deal through Congress.
We ask how countries can balance humanitarian needs with economic realities
We speak to UN Under-Secretary-General Philippe Douste-Blazy about the EU migrant crisis.
Hungary denies rail access to migrants, focusing attention on the Schengen agreement.
The day's market movements with Peter Jankowskis at Oakbrook Investments in New York.
One Chinese journalist was humiliated on TV - but might such an approach backfire?
Hungary has emerged as a key point for migrants entering the EU. We hear the latest.
Chris Low of FTN Financial in New York sums up the recent market movements.
Brazil in now officially in recession. The economy shrank by 1.9% between April and June.
Thu 27 Aug 2015
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?
Wed 26 Aug 2015
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.
Tue 25 Aug 2015
Following a bad day for shares in China, US markets experience high volatility
Our economic commentator Roger Bootle offers his assessment.
Mon 24 Aug 2015
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.
Fri 21 Aug 2015
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.
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