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'Tis the season to be shopping ...
Each year, more tech-savvy Black Friday shoppers are checking prices of goods at rival stores. Photo / AP. Happy Cyber Monday everyone!
Black Friday Sales Down More Than $1 Billion  TIME
Shoppers are set to spend �1bn on Cyber Monday  Daily Mail
Scottish Daily Record  
Shoppers support Small Business Saturday in Oregon City
It's becoming another holiday tradition: buying local on Small Business Saturday to support family businesses, and in turn, local communities and much-needed jobs.
Gray store celebrates Small Business Saturday  13WMAZ
Small Business Saturday Encourages Shopping Local  SHU Spectrum
Gates to Announce Multibillion Dollar Clean-Energy Fund
Bill Gates, the world's richest man, and fellow philanthropists on Monday will unveil a multibillion-dollar fund for clean-energy technology that's key to combating climate change, according to an environmental group briefed on the announcement.
Tens of Billions Promised to Goose Clean Energy Tech  New York Times
Bill Gates Set to Launch Largest Clean Energy Fund Ever to Kick Off Climate ...  Re/code
IMF poised to admit China's renminbi in elite currency basket
The International Monetary Fund is expected to admit China's renminbi to its elite basket of reserve currencies on Monday in what would be a major vote of confidence in Beijing's economic reforms and its bid to internationalise its currency.
IMF to make Chinese yuan reserve currency in historic move
Did the Yuan Really Pass the IMF Currency Test? You'll Know Soon  Bloomberg
Christmas Tree Safety Tips
WASHINGTON - Thanksgiving has come and gone, and now folks are starting to look for their Christmas trees. Each year, countless accidents occur around this time of year, so here are some safety tips to make sure your tree doesn't become a hazard.
Area offers great spots for Christmas trees  Jacksonville Daily News
Tankful Holiday Spectacular: Cut down your own Christmas tree  News 13 Orlando
Beijing issues alert over dangerous smog levels
Beijing has issued its highest-level smog alert this year and urged residents to stay indoors as dangerous air pollution continued to cloak large swathes of northern China.
Chinese authorities boost smog alert level in Beijing  BBC News
Beijing issues highest smog alert of the year as capital chokes on 'very ...  South China Morning Post (subscription)
Gulf unwilling to tighten oil taps alone: analysts
KUWAIT CITY, - Saudi-led Gulf OPEC members will reject pressure to shoulder the cost of cutting oil production alone despite warnings that prices risk sliding further, officials and analysts say.
Oil tumbles on oversupply worries  Courier Mail
OPEC officials question upbeat outlook ahead of policy meeting  Daily Times
Will tycoon Jack Ma's Midas touch work on South China Morning Post?
HONG KONG -- Chinese Internet tycoon Jack Ma's mooted buyout of Hong Kong's struggling South China Morning Post could see the paper prosper from his Midas touch, analysts say, but also further erode its independence and with it the city's press ...
Hong Kong shares end lower  AmeriPublications
Alibaba in talks to buy Hong Kong's SCMP newspaper (blog)
Never said India removed as safe travel destination: Russia
PANAJI: The Russian Information Centre here today dismissed media reports which claimed that India and Goa have been 'struck off' from the list of 'safe' travel destinations recommended for Russian citizens, saying its earlier statement was "misconstrued".
Russia hasn't dropped India from list of safe destinations: Officials  Hindustan Times
Russia Hasn't Dropped India From Safe Destination List, Says Official  NDTV
Experts bet on RBI to hold rates steady
After giving a booster dose of 50-basis point rate cut at its last meet, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is likely to keep key policy rates unchanged on Tuesday, adopting a wait-and-watch approach ahead of the Fed meeting amid concerns over inflation ...
Monetary policy: Rajan may maintain status quo on key rates  Hindu Business Line
Yellen will check her list twice before Fed raises rates  Honolulu Star-Advertiser