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South Korea cuts growth forecasts
South Korea has lowered its bullish growth forecasts for this year and next, citing weaker than expected domestic consumption, while it is considering lifting some capital control measures to protect itself against higher US interest rates.
South Korea Cuts 2015 Growth Forecast, Warns on External Risks  Bloomberg
S.Korea cuts forecasts but sees improvement in 2015 on oil, stimulus  CNBC
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Euro shaky on ECB and Greece, dollar keeps edge
SYDNEY/TOKYO (Reuters) - The euro probed fresh two-year lows early on Monday in a subdued start to a holiday-shortened week, extending a multi-month trend of weakness against the dollar that many traders say will remain intact in the new year.
Dollar Matches Two-Year High Against Euro as Rupiah Strengthens  Bloomberg
Draghi Starts Squaring QE Circle in Month of Persuasion for ECB  Businessweek
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Why Saudis Decided Not to Prop Up Oil
Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi, center, at the opening session of the 10th Arab Energy Conference in Abu Dhabi Sunday. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.
Oil price plunge sends petrol to four-year lows as Australia feels it at the ...  Sydney Morning Herald
Oil Rises for Second Day on Saudi Confidence in Demand Rebound  Businessweek
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Brent crude oil rises above $62 a barrel as Asian markets open strong
SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose in early trading on Monday as Asian markets opened strongly into a holiday-shortened week and as consensus spread that Brent crude prices would likely remain above $60 for the rest of the year.
Brent crude price rise over $62 as Asian mkts open strong
Oil prices extend last week's gains in Asia trading  The Straits Times
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Survey: U.S. gas prices fall 25 cents per gallon
Gas station attendant Oscar Rodriguez accepts a credit card after pumping gas into a vehicle at Performance Fuels in Smithtown, Monday, Dec. 15, 2014.
Price of gas keeps trickling down  Great Falls Tribune
Santa Early At The Pump, Gasoline Price Lowest Since 2009  Live Trading News
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Chinese Stocks Rise to Four-Year High as Banks, PetroChina Surge
China's stocks rallied to the highest level since April 2010 as investors piled into the largest companies amid a surge in trading.
UPDATE 1-China's Haitong Securities plans $3.86 bln Hong Kong private ...  Reuters
China's internet finance boom helps close salary gap with Hong Kong  South China Morning Post (subscription)
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$2 gas expected soon in Florida
MANATEE - Gas prices fell below $2 a gallon at various filling stations in Georgia and Tennessee last week, and prices in Florida are not far behind.
Gasoline price drops to lowest amount since early June 2009
Flint area gas prices lowest in the state, continue tumble under $2
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Low gas prices, long holiday weekends driving up holiday travel
The price of gas is rising across the country because of the turmoil in Iraq. We break down the effects it has on taxi drivers. View Large.
Low gas prices means more travelers  The Sheboygan Press
Holiday forecast predicts 3 million people on state roads  Port Huron Times Herald
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Pacific Northwest retailer buying dozens of grocery stores throughout California
Eighty-three California grocery stores, including 11 in Orange County and five in the Inland Empire, are getting a new owner. Haggen Food & Pharmacy, a Pacific Northwest retailer, announced its intent Friday to purchase 146 Albertsons and Safeway stores ...
Two local grocery stores bought out by Haggen  KESQ
Haggen to acquire 146 stores from Safeway, Albertsons  North Kitsap Herald
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Time for emerging economies to fasten their seat belts
The head of the US Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, delivered the latest statement on behalf of a body which can shake up global financial markets like a cocktail waiter.
The buzz: Bartiromo on plunging oil's fallout  USA TODAY
History Holds Hard Lesson on Cheap Energy  Wall Street Journal
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