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Asian shares firm as traders add to ECB stimulus bets
The European Central Bank meets next Thursday and most in the market expect it to expand its asset purchase programme and lower its deposit rate, the rate at which banks park excess funds with it.
Dollar subdued in holiday trade, euro sees little reprieve  Reuters
Euro in Worst Losing Run Versus Yen on Bets Draghi Over-Delivers  Bloomberg
Irish Independent  
Black Thursday shoppers relish the thrill of the in-store hunt
Kevin Henry trekked to Best Buy in Alexandria on Thursday night to buy some half-priced Beats by Dre headphones - and to re-create the thrill that he got when his mom first took him to a Black Friday sale as a middle-schooler.
Britons chase Black Friday bargains  Reuters
Black Friday: Retailers hope for record sales  BBC News
Thanksgiving shopping crowds 'good not great'; online sales strong
PITTSBURGH/CHICAGO Retailers across the United States offered early Black Friday discounts to lure bargain-hunters on Thanksgiving eve, but initial checks showed crowds in brick-and-mortar stores were subdued even as online sales jumped.
Light Crowds, But Workers Brace for More  New York Times
Online Sales Surge, but Thousands Still Lining Up for Black Friday
Oil prices drop on China data, firmer dollar
SEOUL Crude oil futures fell on Friday with losses this month standing at over 8 percent, hurt by disappointing Chinese economic data and worries over a supply glut.
US crude oil falls more than 1% on supply surplus  Financial Express
Brent crude up on Middle East risks; US oil down on glut  Business Today
Japan's Jobless Rate at 20-Year Low, Consumer Spending Drops
TOKYO - Japan's jobless rate fell to a 20-year low in October, but consumer spending and incomes also edged down as the tight labor market failed to spur significant increases in wages.
Japan spending slumps even as unemployment hits 20-year low  Reuters
Japan's Working Population Could Fall by 8 Million by 2030: Report  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Black Friday 2015: Hundreds line up for Best Buy opening (video)
Thanksgiving 2015 shopping at Best Buy The line at Best Buy was several hundred long by the time the doors opened. Print Email · Kevin Tampone | ktampone@syracuse.
Grey Thursday: Shoppers get a Head Start on Black Friday Deals  WDEF News 12
Shoppers line up for Black Friday deals  WECT-TV6
Modi needs to give Indians more reasons to save for faster growth
The government still hopes higher incomes, lower inflation and a push to create more than 190 million new bank accounts will boost gross savings back above 30%, but it is unlikely to hit the peak savings rate of over 36% soon.
Triumphant abroad, forlorn at home  The Indian Express
India PM Narendra Modi lunches with the Queen before Wembley extravaganza  Seating Chair
Barclays Deemed Web Search Enough on `Elephant' Client Diligence
Barclays Plc bankers who manage money for the ultra-rich were supposed to have been even more vigilant than usual as they considered a multi-billion-dollar deal for people with high-profile political ties in 2011.
Barclays fined a record �72m over 'elephant' deal with Qataris  The Independent
Barclays fined �72m for deals that left Britain vulnerable to financial crime  Daily Mail
Body of 13th victim of Brazil mine mudslide recovered
The body of the 13th victim of the massive Nov. 5 mudslide at a mining complex in southeastern Brazil has been recovered, rescue workers said Thursday.
Miners help FTSE to edge higher, BHP slips  Reuters
Analysts abandon BHP as share price sinks below $19  The Australian Financial Review
Suncor won't extend COS bid if 'poison pill' defence upheld, executive says
Suncor Energy Inc. will let its $4.3-billion takeover bid for Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. lapse unless regulators strike down the target company's unusual shareholder rights plan, a senior executive said on Thursday.
Suncor Energy raises stakes, says it won't extend COS bid beyond Dec. 4 ...  Calgary Herald
Suncor says it won't extend Oil Sands offer beyond Dec. 4  Hamilton Spectator