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Asia stocks jump as China, Europe step up stimulus
Pedestrians look at an electronic board showing the stock market indices of various countries outside a brokerage in Tokyo October 20, 2014.
China's rate cut: Should we buy it?  MarketWatch
China Rate Cut Signals More Easing  Barron's
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OPEC's clout on line as decisive meeting looms
AUSTIN - Demona Regallado happily filled the gas tank of her minivan at a Shell station Friday morning with $2.51-a-gallon regular unleaded.
Brent remains above $80 after China rate cuts, ahead of OPEC meeting  CNBC
Brent trades near $80 as Iran seeks OPEC output cut; WTI steady  BusinessWorld Online Edition
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Asia Stocks Jump as China Bonds, Aussie Rally on Rate Cut
Mario Draghi, president of the European Central Bank, speaks at the European Banking Congress at the Alte Oper concert hall in Frankfurt, Germany, on Nov. 21, 2014.
Chinese Stocks in Hong Kong Rally Most in Year on PBOC Rate Cut  Bloomberg
Asia equities rally after China rate cut  Financial Times
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Minnesota Food Company Recalls 1200 Pounds of Ground Beef Due to E. coli ...
A Minnesota food company recalls about 1,200 pound of its ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced on Saturday.
Minnesota Company Recalls Ground Beef  CBS Local
1200 pounds of Ground Beef Recalled due to Possible Bacteria Contamination  Capital OTC
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10 reasons for customers to fall in love with shopping local
In just five short years, it has become an American shopping tradition. Credit card company American Express kicked off Small Business Saturday in 2010 and has committed huge resources to make this a game-changing event for small, local companies.
Small Business Saturday Helps Valley Prepare for Holidays  WHSV
Shopping is a passion among Central Jerseyans  MyCentralJersey.com
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Jacobs Engineering CEO Craig Martin announces retirement, cites health reasons
PASADENA, Calif. - The construction services firm Jacobs Engineering says CEO Craig Martin will step down in late December because of health reasons.
Craig Martin retiring as CEO and President of Jacobs Engineering Group  Market Business News
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. Announces Retirement of President and CEO ...  MarketWatch
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Gas prices lower for holiday travel
COLUMBUS - Those traveling within the state this holiday season should be paying less at the pump compared to last year. The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline Nov. 20 in Nebraska was $2.97, a 13-cent drop from the same time in ...
Holiday Travel: Gas prices lowest in NC in 5 years  WITN
Thanksgiving travel up to highest level since 2007  Colorado Springs Gazette
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Meijer beats Target, Wal-Mart and Best Buy for Black Friday deals in national ...
WALKER, MI - Midwest retailer Meijer is showing it can hold its own against national retailers when it comes to Black Friday deals.
Wallethub List Ranks Macy's and JC Penney as best retailers for Black ...  Maine News Online
Black Friday deals set to take off in 2014  State Column
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Black Friday highlights the contrast between rich and poor
In Northeast Los Angeles, 1,000 people huddled in the evening chill last Thanksgiving as they waited outside a Target store for the chance to snap up Black Friday deals.
Black Friday edges even earlier this year, but not for all retailers  Brainerd Daily Dispatch
What you need to know about Black Friday shopping  Hilton Head Island Packet
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New EU Stimulus Fund to Leverage Private Sector Investment-Funding
BRUSSELS�The European Union is poised this week to announce a new fund that will use financial engineering in an effort to spark at least �300 billion ($372 billion) of additional investment in the Continent's moribund economy�or significantly more than ...
EU plans �21bn fund to share risk on new projects  Irish Times
The EU's Very Bad Turn $26 Billion Into $390 Billion Investment Plan  Forbes
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