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The EU's Very Bad Turn $26 Billion Into $390 Billion Investment Plan
Herr Juncker, the head of the European Commission, is about to announce a plan whereby the EU puts $26 billion or so into an investment fund which is then geared up with private money to amount to a $390 billion fund that will revolutionise the European ...
How the EU Plans to Turn $26 Billion Into $390 Billion  Bloomberg
Juncker's EU investment plan risks disappointing  Business Recorder
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PBOC Bounce Seen Short Lived as History Defies Bulls
The rally late last week in Chinese stocks trading overseas, triggered by a surprise interest-rate cut, suggests equities will soar when markets open in Shanghai today.
Eight small Chinese banks raise deposit rates in bid for savings  Reuters
Central Banks in New Push to Prime Pump  Wall Street Journal
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Even young adults should save for retirement
Planning for retirement is an inexact science, but plenty of researchers and financial advisers try to provide some guidance. Here are their suggestions: Young adults.
3 essentials many retirement plans lack  USA TODAY
Why 4.7 Million Children Receive Social Security Benefits  Motley Fool
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Falling Oil Prices Will Benefit The Tanker Industry
The lower oil prices has reduced the price of bunker fuel and operating expenses for the tanker industry. The increase in shipments has helped to drive up tanker rates.
OPEC Easy-Decision Days Seen Over by Ex-Qatari Oil Chief  Bloomberg
Opec watchers set 50-50 odds on production cut in Vienna  Livemint
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Investors: Damn Ubergate and Full Speed Ahead With Mega-Funding
Investors still seem to be bullish on the ride-sharing company, despite the recent outcry about its trustworthiness and ethics, said multiple sources who have talked with the company during its ongoing pitches to raise a yet another enormous round of ...
Does bad behavior really hurt business?  Chron.com
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Ohio's unemployment decreases again
Ohio's unemployment rate was 5.3 percent in October 2014, down from 5.6 percent in September 2014. Ohio's nonfarm wage and salary employment increased 1,000 over the month, from a revised 5,306,300 in September to 5,307,300 in October.
34 US States Experiencing Unemployment Rate Drop for October  WallStreet OTC
Unemployment rate in San Bernardino County remains at 7.7 percent  Fontana Herald-News
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46 million Americans to travel for thanksgiving, most since 2007
AAA Travel projects 46.3 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving weekend, the highest volume for the holiday since 2007 and a 4.2 percent increase over 2013.
Thanksgiving Travel Will Include 46.3 Million  WKRB News
AAA / IHS Forecast 46.3 Million Travelers this Thanksgiving Holiday  The Brookhaven Post
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Why Amazon Travel Has Little Chance Of Disrupting OTAs: Lessons From Google
Amazon might soon be launching Amazon Travel, an OTA that will target the hotel industry. Judging by Google's experiences in the online travel industry, Amazon Travel might not pose much competition to the leading OTAs such as Priceline and Expedia.
Amazon Travel Looking to Give Online Booking for Hotels a Shake Up  Daily Mail Times
Amazon to enter 'Travel' segment, offer hotel booking online: Report  America Herald
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Black Friday Sales Boost As Economy Recuperates
A recuperating economy implies uplifting news for retailers, with holiday sales anticipated that will bounce 4.1% to $616.9 billion - and you can suppose that numerous retailers will make profound rebates to bait purchasers in.
Wallethub List Ranks Macy's and JC Penney as best retailers for Black ...  Maine News Online
Black Friday 2014  Black Friday Magazine
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2015 stock outlook: Good but not great, and bumpy
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks can keep climbing next year, tacking even more gains onto their phenomenal run of the last five-plus years.
When It Comes to Stocks, No Investor Is an Island  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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