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Early Shoppers Line Up for Black Friday Deals
Snow fell and temperatures dipped into the low 30s outside a Target and Best Buy just outside Boston. But they were there: the loyal customers of Massachusetts, where Blue Laws bar retailers from opening on Thanksgiving, who waited until 1 a.m.
Shoppers continue hunt for bargains on Black Friday morning  Los Angeles Times
Black Friday shoppers brawl as chaos surrounds shopping  New York Daily News   Related articles »  
Wal-mart employees to stage Black Friday protests
Protesters will rally to in front of 16 hundred Walmart stores in the U.S. and are calling for $15 an hour salaries. (November 28, 2014 7:27 AM).
Protest over wages planned at Walmart store in OKC
Walmart workers don't wait for Black Friday to walk out  Axis of Logic
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Oil prices plummet as OPEC decides against output cut
VIENNA - Crude prices plunged Thursday after the powerful Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said it wouldn't cut production levels to stem the collapse in oil prices that have fallen 40% since June.
Oil Seen in New Era as OPEC Won't Yield to U.S. Shale  Bloomberg
FOREX-Oil currencies slide after OPEC, dollar reaps benefits  Reuters
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US Stock Futures Mixed After OPEC Decision
OPEC Secretary-General Abdullah al-Badri at a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers in Vienna on Thursday. Reuters.
Stock futures flat; oil rout looks to weigh on energy  Reuters
U.S. Stock Futures Pause; OPEC Decision Weighs on Energy Shares  Nasdaq
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Japan inflation slows in October, highlights challenge facing Abe
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's annual core consumer inflation slowed for a third straight month in October due to falling oil prices, highlighting the economic gloom facing Premier Shinzo Abe as he campaigns for a new mandate to implement his stalled recovery ...
Japan inflation eases, other data mixed in October  Washington Post
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ECB vice-president warns of bond-buying risks
A top European Central Bank official has insisted policy makers must do all they can to boost weak eurozone inflation, in spite of warnings that any extension to the ECB's bond-buying spree could increase risks for the bloc's financial system.
Falling prices likely to fuel ECB push for aggressive stimulus  The Australian
Euro-Area Inflation Slows as Draghi Tees Up QE Debate: Economy  Bloomberg
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When Should You Shop? Right After Black Friday
Want the best deals on electronics, but don't feel like camping out for two weeks in front of Best Buy? Stay home on Friday, but don't wait too long after that to shop online.
The most noteworthy 2014 Black Friday deals  WJLA
GOPro HERO3 Cameras Black Friday/Cyber Monday Deals are here  The Westside Story
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MAS Recovery Plan Well On Track, Says Khazanah
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 28 (Bernama) -- Khazanah Nasional Bhd said there has been progress on all fronts towards the complete overhaul of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), under the five-year 12-point MAS Recovery Plan (MRP) announced on Aug 29.
Malaysia Airlines apologizes for tweet, posts loss
Malaysian Airline System Third-Quarter Loss Widens  Wall Street Journal
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Will Obamacare Attract Shoppers Black Friday Weekend?
One would seldom find insurance on the shopping list of consumers lining up to grab the best Black Friday deals. This year, however, health insurance will likely find a place among other interesting items on the shopping list of Americans hitting the malls on ...
Care Connection to help People Enroll in Health Insurance  Maine News Online
Health insurance sign-ups coming to some shopping malls across the country
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Bank of Russia Moves to Stem Ruble Slide
MOSCOW--The Bank of Russia said Friday it would extend limits on currency swaps in an effort to stabilize the ruble, after the currency hit a record low against the dollar.
OPEC decision spells trouble for Russia  CNBC
Oil collapse pushes rouble, naira to new lows  BusinessDay
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