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China’s Forex Reserves Record Biggest-Ever Fall1

Glencore Withdraws Dividend1

Share Migrant Burden, Merkel Says1

U.S. Firms Race to Sell Bonds in Europe1

Partisanship Over Iran Stirs Uncharted Waters2

On the Rails, Exhausted but Relieved3

Hungary Stuck in the Spotlight4

France Sets Plan to Bomb Islamic State In Syria4

Drone Strike Kills 2 British ISIS Members4

Turkish Planes Fire On Kurdish Rebels6

EU to Release Emergency Aid to Help Dairy Farmers6

Some States Try to Fill Worker Retirement Gap6

Global Recovery Hits Hurdles as Overhauls Stall7

Afghan Policemen Die in U.S. Airstrike 7

Pakistan Reports Drone Strike7

U.N. Watchdog Says Iran Probe Will Be on Time7

Beijing Moves On Merging State Firms8

Actor Wins First Round of Guatemala Vote9

Social Activist Emerges As a Key Target for Beijing10

How the Adventurous Find Deals25

Williams Sisters Are Heading for Family Meeting26

Fake Fowl Play Chicken At State Fairs in the U.S.27


Confusion in Coupland12

Candidate Carson’s Insurgency12

Bow Down Before Your Regulator12

China’s Treasury Selling Doesn’t Matter13

The Shop Steward in the Oval Office13

Beware of Octopus Pots14

‘Hypocrite,’ the All-Purpose Political Insult14

Business and Finance

Toshiba’s Scandal Costs Surge15

Interest-Rate Worries Are A Speed Bump for Banks15

Regulators to Bless GE-Alstom Deal15

Startups Dash Into New Hot Sector: Data Storage 16

BlackRock Digs Into Garden Centers16

Smartphone Rivals Take Xiaomi’s Path17

Pilot Demand in Asia Lifts Flight Schools18

Batteries on Jets: High Danger? 18

Chinese Tourists Continue Spending19

Tesco Exits South Korea As It Refocuses on U.K.19

Scout 24 Plans an IPO In Frankfurt This Year20

Glencore Chief Puts Money Where Mouth Is21

China’s Fosun Hunts for Overseas Private Banks22

Europe Stocks Gain Amid China Pressure22

India Firm Buys Rosneft Oil Field Stake22

Glencore Gives Cause for Soul-Searching28


Why the Oil Rout Still Isn’t Over28

Alibaba’s Revival Doesn’t Rest on China’s Economy28

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