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Online Sales Surge, but Americans Still Lining Up for Black Friday
Throngs of shoppers gave Thanksgiving thanks for sturdy shoes, hefty overcoats and warm tents as they lined up outside stores and journeyed to malls across America to make sure they got the best deals on annual Black Friday sales.
Holiday shoppers get a head start on Thanksgiving  Miami Herald
Thanksgiving shopping crowds 'good not great'; online sales strong  Reuters
FOREX-Dollar subdued in post-holiday trade, euro under pressure
... * Euro finds some support at $1.0600, but still under a cloud. * Market wary given expectations of ECB easing next week. * Yen shrugs off Japanese economic data.
Dollar subdued in post-holiday trade, euro under pressure  Economic Times
Asia shares retreat, euro subdued  The Nation
Toys 'R' Us shoppers throng for one last Black Friday
Crowds of shoppers packed into the Toys "R" Us in Times Square for one last Black Friday, as the flagship store prepares to close its doors.
Light Crowds, But Workers Brace for More  New York Times
Shoppers Hit Stores For Start Of Black Friday Rush  CBS Local
Oil prices drop on China data, firmer dollar
SEOUL Crude oil futures fell on Friday with losses this month standing at over 8 percent, hurt by disappointing Chinese economic data and worries over a supply glut.
Oil Prices Move Lower; OPEC Production Quota Eyed  Wall Street Journal
Cheap oil to stay as OPEC confronts oversupply  Sydney Morning Herald
UK regulator gives Barclays huge fine for noncompliance
HEADACHE: Bob Diamond was Barclays CEO from the start of 2011 until he left in July 2012, the time during which a �1.9bn deal was transacted.
Barclays Deemed Web Search Enough on `Elephant' Client Diligence  Bloomberg
Comment: Barclays “not inconveniencing” wealthy clients  Scotsman
Major Chinese brokerage Guosen under investigation
[SHANGHAI] One of China's biggest brokerages is being investigated by market regulators for suspected "rule violations", it said on Friday, weeks after its president hanged himself.
Haitong Securities Suspended; Hong Kong Unit Slumps 6.4%  Bloomberg
Regulators launch investigation into CITIC , Guosen Securities  China Daily
UPDATE 1-Japan's Abe seeks extra fiscal spending to revitalise economy
(Adds details and context). By Tetsushi Kajimoto. TOKYO Nov 27 Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday made a widely expected decision to roll out additional fiscal spending - the latest attempt by Tokyo to revitalise a sputtering economy that has ...
Abe Orders Extra Japan Budget Providing Cash for Pensioners  Bloomberg
Japan's Shinzo Abe seeks extra fiscal spending to revitalise economy  Economic Times
Rise in buy-to-let stamp duty 'could restrict supply of new homes'
The chancellor's plan to increase stamp duty for buy-to-let investors could lead to new housing developments stalling and rents increasing for tenants of private rented accommodation, property analysts have warned.
Stamp duty rise 'will trigger buy-to-let stampede'  AOL Money UK
Housing experts rue Osborne's autumn statement stamp duty move  The Times (subscription)
Suncor Energy raises stakes, says it won't extend COS bid beyond Dec. 4 deadline
CALGARY - Suncor Energy raised the stakes Thursday in its proposed hostile takeover of Canadian Oil Sands, saying it is willing to walk away if the Alberta Securities Commission upholds an extension to its deadline of Dec. 4 on whether to accept the deal.
Suncor says it won't extend Oil Sands offer beyond Dec. 4  Hamilton Spectator
Suncor Energy Inc questions Canadian Oil Sands Ltd's ability to attract ...  Financial Post
India to surpass UK as 3rd largest air passenger market by 2026: IATA
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released its passenger growth forecast, projecting that passenger numbers are expected to reach seven billion by 2034, with a 3.8 per cent average annual growth in demand (2014 baseline year).
IATA air passenger forecast shows dip in long-term demand  The Star Online
Forecast Lowered for Air Travel on Slower China Growth  New York Times