By Marton Dunai BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian police allowed hundreds of migrants to pour into Budapest’s main railway station on Thursday but authorities canceled all trains to western Europe, triggering chaos and confusion. Hundreds of people, many of them refugees from conflicts in the Middle East, stormed a waiting train, cramming children through open windows in the belief a two-day standoff with police had ended and they were being allowed to continue their journey west to Austria, Germany and beyond. “There’s a German flag on this train so we though it went to Germany.
By Jamie McGeever LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks rose on Thursday, lifted by the strong rally on Wall Street the previous day, but investors were cautious ahead of a potentially critical 24 hours that will include a European Central Bank policy meeting and the latest U.S. jobs data. The ECB is expected to lower the central bank's growth and inflation forecasts on Thursday, while Friday's U.S. employment data could be a major factor in determining whether the Federal Reserve raises interest rates later this month. Investors are broadly betting that global monetary policy will be kept looser for longer as central banks try to mitigate the recent market turmoil stemming from the market volatility and growing economic worries in China.