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Black Friday starts early for some holiday shoppers, retailers
Nov. 26, 2015: People look at merchandise while holiday shopping at Best Buy in Panama City, Fla. (Patti Blake/News Herald via AP).
It's now Black Friday every day of the week  Sacramento Bee
Biggest shopping day of the year gets underway - live  
UPDATE 3-Oil prices drop on China data, firmer dollar
... * Brent crude down over 8 pct since start of Nov. * U.S. oil has dropped nearly 9 pct this month. * Dec. 4 OPEC in focus for possible output cut (Adds more details and updates prices).
Oil prices drop on China data, firmer dollar  Economic Times
Oil prices trade near $42 in Asia  Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
North Texas shoppers line up for deals
People stay in line to enter the Toys "R" Us store as they are seen in front of the Babies"R"Us store in Dallas, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015.
5 things you need to know Friday  USA TODAY
Black Friday Shoppers Get Their Spot in Line Early  ABC News
UPDATE 2-China regulator probes Haitong Securities -sources
... * Follows probes into CITIC and Guosen brokers. * Haitong recently fined for breaching securities rules. * News of probe helps key China stock indexes extend declines (Adds comments from analyst, market reaction).
Chinese Stock Rout Spreads to Europe as Yuan, Commodities Slump  Bloomberg
Chinese stocks plunge as regulators widen probe into market
Euro Has Worst-Ever Run of Weekly Losses Versus Yen Before ECB
The euro is set for its longest stretch of weekly declines versus the yen since the common currency's creation in 1999 as anticipation builds that the European Central Bank will surprise some investors with the size of its stimulus next week.
Health Of Eurozone Recovers: ETFs To Watch  Seeking Alpha
Dollar subdued in post-holiday trade, euro under pressure  Economic Times
Haitong Securities Suspended; Hong Kong Unit Slumps 6.4%
Haitong Securities Co., one of China's largest brokerages, is being probed by the China Securities Regulatory Commission for alleged rule violations, according to people familiar with the matter.
Chinese stocks fall 5.5%, other Asian markets down  USA TODAY
China's Brokerage Selloff Catches up to Hong Kong Stocks  Wall Street Journal
UPDATE 1-Rio Tinto to go ahead with $1.9 bln bauxite expansion
... * New bauxite mine to produce 22.8 mln tonnes a year. * First production expected in 2019. * One of three top projects for Rio, Mongolia copper next (Adds Rio Tinto aluminium boss, analyst comments).
Community vows to fight Rio Tinto expansion  Sky News Australia
Rio Tinto's $2.6b expansion of bauxite operations in far north ...  ABC Online
Barclays slammed over diligence failure
London - Barclays bankers who manage money for the ultra-rich were supposed to have been even more vigilant than usual as they considered a multi-billion-dollar deal for people with high-profile political ties in 2011.
Britain fines Barclays 72 mn pounds over 'elephant' deal
The elephant in Barclays' dealing room  HITC
USA: estimates suggest early Black Friday sales not up to the mark
Cheers could be heard outside shops US-wide as Black Friday sales kicked off slightly earlier than usual. In an effort to compete with online retailers, many stores opened their doors on Thanksgiving afternoon - traditionally a national holiday.
Consumers flock to US shops ahead of Black Friday  Financial Times
SA stores embrace Black Friday  Independent Online
Modi to meet Sonia Gandhi to discuss new indirect tax
NEW DELHI Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited opposition Congress party leader Sonia Gandhi for talks on Friday to break a deadlock over the introduction of a new goods and services tax (GST) in a bid to put his economic recovery agenda back on track.
'Public pressure' forced Modi to invite Sonia, Manmohan: Rahul  Hindustan Times
Poll: Can PM Modi's outreach to the Opposition help government to pass ...  IBNLive