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Saudis signal no push for oil cut as market to 'stabilize itself'
Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi talks to journalists before a meeting of OPEC oil ministers in Vienna in this June 11, 2014 file photo.
Saudis to push OPEC to cut output: CNBC survey  CNBC
Will Opec cut oil production?  BBC News
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Economy grows at solid 3.9 percent
WASHINGTON - The economy grew faster in the third quarter than initially thought, expanding at a solid 3.9 percent annual rate, the Commerce Department said Tuesday.
Economic growth of 3.9% beats government predictions in third quarter  The Westside Story
Growth jumps a solid 3.9%  Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
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Euro dips after ECB's Constancio says can decide on QE in Q1
LONDON Nov 26 (Reuters) - Euro dipped to a day's low on Wednesday after European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio said that the bank will be able to gauge in the first quarter of next year whether it needs to start buying sovereign bonds.
Stocks Rise With U.S. Futures, Yen; Oil Falls Before OPEC  Bloomberg
Markets anticipate ECB stimulus plan  Irish Times
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Juncker Unveils $392 Billion Plan to Unlock EIB Financing
The European Commission proposed a 315 billion-euro ($392 billion) investment plan based on guarantees and a small amount of seed money in order to offer European Investment Bank funds to a wider range of projects.
EU Proposes $380 Billion Investment Plan  ABC News
Juncker reveals giant EU investment plan  BBC News
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Tiffany misses 3Q forecasts
Continue reading below. Tiffany & Co. reported net income of $38.3 million, or 29 cents per share, in its third quarter. Earnings adjusted to extinguish debt were 76 cents.
Tiffany & Co. Revenue up 5%, Profit Down 60% in Q3  Israel Diamond Portal
Tiffany 3rd-quarter sales fall on weak demand in Japan  USA TODAY
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Signet Jewelers Shares Up 5.6% on Earnings Beat (SIG)
Signet Jewelers logo Signet Jewelers (NYSE:SIG) shares shot up 5.6% during trading on Tuesday following a stronger than expected earnings report, Analyst Ratings Net reports.
Signet Jewelers' (SIG) CEO Mark Light on Q3 2015 Results - Earnings Call ...  Seeking Alpha
Signet Jewelers Reports Third Quarter Fiscal 2015 Financial Results  MarketWatch
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BOJ's Profit Soars 47% to Highest Since 2001 as Assets Grow
The Bank of Japan's profit jumped 47 percent and its assets rose 33 percent in the six months through September from a year ago as Governor Haruhiko Kuroda provided unprecedented stimulus to stoke inflation.
Japan's central bank hikes governor's pay for the 1st time in 9 years  Reuters
BOJ Beat: Setting an Example for Japan Inc. on Wages  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Falcone Steps Down From Harbinger Group to Focus on HC2
Philip Falcone, chairman and chief executive officer of Harbinger Group Inc. Photographer: Jacob Kepler/Bloomberg. Philip Falcone is stepping down as chairman and chief executive officer of Harbinger Group Inc. (HRG:US), the public holding company in ...
Philip Falcone Departs Harbinger Group Inc. and Will Continue to Advance HC2 ...  MarketWatch
Report: Leucadia boosts stake in Harbinger as Falcone exits  Seeking Alpha
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26 coal miners die in fire in north China mine
BEIJING (AP) - A fire sparked by underground tremors tore through a coal mine in northeastern China early Wednesday, killing 24 miners, Chinese state reported.
China Coal Mining Fire Kills 24 in Northeast Liaoning Province  Businessweek
Coal mine fire kills at least 24 in China  News24
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Samsung Electronics to buy back $2 bln in shares
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday announced a $2 billion share buyback plan, its first since 2007, following investor calls for higher returns against a backdrop of rapidly declining profits.
Samsung to Buy Back Shares After $1.7 Billion Chemicals Sale  Bloomberg
Samsung to sell chemicals and defence stakes  Financial Times
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