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German unemployment steady at 6.3 percent
BERLIN (AP) - Germany's unemployment rate was steady at 6.3 percent in November as the labor market in Europe's largest economy remained strong.
German unemployment falls in November: data  Business Recorder
German unemployment falls to record low in November  euronews
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Lackluster consumer income and spending point to a slowing economy
The economy just posted its best six-month stretch in 11 years, the labor market is on a record streak of job creation and gas prices are falling.
Economy grows more than expected in 3rd quarter  SFGate
Weak consumer, business demand may slow US growth  Charlotte Observer
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Oil sinks further as OPEC meeting looms
Oil prices extended their losses and sunk to fresh four-year lows on Thursday as expectations of a cut in OPEC oil production faded following the Saudi Arabian oil minister's comments Wednesday.
OPEC Mixed On Oil Production Cuts As Shale Threat Rises  Seeking Alpha
MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf in sell-off on OPEC pessimism  Reuters
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Hewlett-Packard: Turnaround On Track? Wait Before Saying 'Yes' (HPQ)
Disclosure: The author has no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. The author wrote this article themselves, and it expresses their own opinions.
HP split to give the giant new life  The Australian
Hewlett Rising: Hard to Believe in Growth, But Street Still Loves the Cost Cuts  Barron's (blog)
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U.S. stocks climb to record levels amid optimism
U.S. stocks rose, with benchmark indexes closing at all-time highs, amid optimism the economy is showing sufficient strength to weather a slowdown overseas.
Today's Dow Index News; Dow and S&P 500 close at record levels; Top ...  Learning and Finance
Dow, S&P 500 edge to new records  iAfrica.com
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Falling Spanish prices add to euro zone deflation pressure
MADRID Nov 27 (Reuters) - Spanish consumer prices dropped for the fifth month running in November, adding pressure on stubbornly low inflation in the euro zone as a whole.
Spanish Consumer Prices Decline More Than Forecast  Businessweek
Spain''s Economic Recovery Continued in 3Q  Nasdaq
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Why analysts are writing off December
Japan upset the apple cart on many prognosticators, with the Bank of Japan unleashing another massive monetary stimulus wave and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calling a snap election, likely in December, to shore up his political support.
Japan eyes military aid to spur defence exports, build security ties: Sources  Economic Times
Cities Set to Lose in Japan Election as Farmers Keep Clout  Bloomberg
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GoPro drones to take to the skies
Everyone else has been sticking its action cameras on their drones for ages now, so it was only ever going to be a matter of time until GoPro decided to take to the skies itself.
GoPro is making a line of consumer drones  The Week Magazine
GoPro drones are just a few months away, according to report  gearburn
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Injured BP oil spill cleanup workers may be last to get paid
Boat captain Preston Morris shows the oil on his hands while collecting surface samples from the oil impacted marsh of Pass a Loutre, La.
BP Oil Spill Settlement to Exclude Hurt Cleanup Workers  Bloomberg
Audit clashes with BP's claims of rampant fraud  Houston Chronicle
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SABMiller toasts $2.9bn Coca-Cola Africa deal
SABMiller and Coca-Cola are to tie-up in Africa, creating the continent's largest bottling operation for the fizzy drink with sales of $2.9bn, to accelerate their penetration of swiftly-expanding consumer markets there.
SABMiller agrees $3bn Coca-Cola bottling deal  Telegraph.co.uk
Coca-Cola, SABMiller Strike New Africa Deal  Nasdaq
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