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India Retains Investors As Strongest of the Weak1

EU Migrant Quotas Gain Support1

Fed Vote On Rates Up in Air1

How the Fed Has Built In Margin for Error on Rates2

What’s News—2

Turkey to Deport Reporter Accused of Aiding PKK3

Hungary Boosts Penalty For Entering Illegally4

Channel Fires Camerawoman4

Skeptics Take Succor From Latest Crisis4

Syria Neighbors Curtail Refugee Support5

Overwhelmed, Greece Tries to Move Migrants Along 6

Elizabeth Quietly Sets Royal Longevity Record 6

Clinton Talks Tough While Backing Iran Deal8

Australia Plans to Join Allied Airstrikes in Syria, Help Resettle More Refugees9

Iran Leader Rejects Closer Ties With U.S.9

Singapore’s Ruling Party Faces Big Test in Election10

Africa Nations Betting on China Face Fallout10

Japan ‘Yakuza’ Splinters Under Pressure11

For Former New York Cop: Racial Reality of Policing12

We Need the Right to Fix Gadgets29

HEARD ON the pitch30

The Secret of Serena’s Slow-Hand 30

American Talismans Bring Good Fortune31


The Rot Inside Japan Inc.14

Hillary’s Scarlet M14

Washington Shutdown Redux14

My Tax Overhaul to Unleash 4% U.S. Growth15

Taking Responsibility for the Iran Deal15

Maybe CEOs Aren’t Pessimistic Enough16

We Have Heard the Iraqi People16

Business and Finance

Ryanair’s Earnings Target Gets a Lift 17

Shell Tries to Calm Deal Fears17

Japanese Stocks Leap 7.7% on Abe Bullishness17

U.S. Probe Costs United’s CEO His Job18

Corrections & Amplifications18

ABB Cuts Outlook Amid China Slowdown19

Diageo Eyes Bigger Stake In Guinness Nigeria PLC19

Apple Shows Off New iPhones, TV20

India Ink: Newspapers Thrive in Niche Markets20

Didi Kuaidi Funding Round Ends At $3 Billion22

LG Leans More Heavily On Home Appliances22

Cholesterol Drugs Called Pricey22

Malaysia Fund Scandal Spreads to the U.A.E.23

Alibaba Feels the Sting From China’s Slowdown24

Yahoo Hits Bump With Alibaba Plan24

Fortescue CEO Says No Iron-Ore ‘Fire Sale’ Ahead25

Bulls on China Say This Is the Moment25

CFTC Probe Looks at J.P. Morgan’s ‘Steering’26

After Europe Gains, Rally Fades in U.S.26

Alibaba’s Slowdown Isn’t China’s32

United’s Upheaval Isn’t All Bad News32

Anglo’s Platinum Patience32

Yahoo’s Alibaba Tax Dilemma32


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