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Euro Languishes Near Seven-Month Low on Bets ECB to Add Stimulus
The euro was near the weakest in seven months against the dollar and yen as investors speculated the European Central Bank will expand stimulus when it meets next week.
Hang Seng, Kospi lead gains in Asia on ECB hopes  CNBC
Asian shares edge up, euro under pressure as ECB looms  Economic Times
Black Friday may be a thing of the past
Many shoppers around the country are starting to wonder if oversaturation is killing the famous yearly Black Friday sales event, with people lining up around the block in for a low price on a new TV or camera.
Stores preparing for Black Friday
Not as many bargain hunters camping out for Black Friday deals  FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay
US stocks end on a flat note
US stock market ended Wednesday, 25 November 2015 on a flat note with trading volume running well below average as some market participants got an early jump on the Thanksgiving holiday, which will keep capital markets in the U.S.
Wall St ends flat in pre-holiday lull; health, consumer up
Wall Street indexes flat in pre-holiday lull; health, consumer up  Reuters UK
Pfizer-Allergan deal panned by Clinton, Sanders
Pfizer's ownership share would fall below the 60% threshold to qualify as a tax inversion under the USA tax code, said Robert Willens, an worldwide tax law expert based in NY City.
Even Pfizer and Allergan Have Doubts About Their $160 Billion Merger  Drury Mirror
Pfizer and Allergan to Merge (blog)
Cybersecurity experts warn about ModPOS malware aimed at retailers
The retail industry is reeling from a wave of cybersecurity breaches uncovered since Target was hit during the 2013 holiday season.
Cybersecurity researchers warn of new, stealthy malware to steal card data
Most sophisticated PoS malware ever discovered  Times of India
Shopping tips for Cyber Monday -- and Cyber Everyday
Holiday shoppers don't need to push away from the pumpkin pie to snag Black Friday deals. And we don't need to wait until Cyber Monday to get many online specials either.
Eat, shop, click: Another kind of Black Friday  Los Angeles Times
Is Black Friday gone for good?
Court approves sale of Haggen supermarkets in Southern California
This July 24, 2015 staff file photo shows the Haggen supermarket in Valencia, Calif. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht/Los Angeles Daily News/File).
Albertsons Buys Back Grocery Stores After Antitrust Misfire  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Some entrances, exits to New York bus terminal briefly closed due to 'police ...
NEW YORK Several entrances and exits at the Port Authority bus terminal in New York City were briefly closed on Wednesday due to police activities, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said in a message on Twitter.
Suspicious Package Near Port Authority Bus Terminal Disrupts Travel  New York Times
Police investigate suspicious package at Port Authority terminal
Hewlett-Packard Companies Earnings: Decline In Revenue Continues Post Split
Hewlett-Packard Inc. announced results for Hewlett-Packard HPQ -16.67% companies, i.e., HP Inc and HP Enterprise, on November 24th. (Fiscal year end with October.) The company reported that the full-year combined revenues for HPE and HPQ declined ...
HP profit forecast below market expectations  Times of India
Hewlett Packard tumbles 7% after disappointing fourth quarter revenues
Philippines GDP Jumps 6% in Third Quarter
The Philippine economy continued to gain momentum in the third quarter, outperforming many of its more China-reliant peers in Southeast Asia with the help of strong private consumption and increased public spending, but falling short of government ...
'Third fastest' in Asia: PH's Q3 GDP grows 6%  CNN
Philippine economy grew 6 percent in 3Q as services expanded  Washington Post