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World's Top Oil Producer Says It Will Ride Out Price Slump
ABU DHABI - The world's top petroleum exporter, Saudi Arabia, said on Sunday that it would not cut output to prop up oil markets even if non-OPEC nations did so, in one of the toughest signals yet that it planned to ride out the market's biggest slump in ...
OPEC's Badri says hopes for oil price revival by end H2 2015  Reuters
Opec Insists The Falling Oil Price Is Not Opec's Fault  Forbes
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Staples data breach unlikely to dampen holiday shopping
NEW YORK - Less than a week before Christmas, office supply retailer Staples warned that cybercriminals stole personal data from 1.2 million customers' credit cards.
1.2 Million Staples Customers Affected By Recent Cyber Attack  Capital OTC
Staples: Personal details of 1.2 million customers exposed in data breach  State Column
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Macy's Christmas Store Hours 2014
There are a lot of people who don't get all their Christmas shopping done in time, and retail stores know that. To help these last-minute shoppers, many retail stores are extending their store hours in the days before Christmas (although almost all stores will be ...
Last-Minute Christmas Sales & Store Hours 2014: Macy's & Target  News For Shoppers
Stars Align This Holiday Shopping Season  Seeking Alpha
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US coal mines nearing record low in worker deaths
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Less than five years after an explosion fueled by excess coal dust killed 29 men deep inside a West Virginia underground mine, the nation's coal mines are on pace for an all-time low in work-related deaths.
National coal mining deaths
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As Ford closes, European rust belt seeks new ideas
GENK, Belgium (Reuters) - In the heart of western Europe, the Belgian-Dutch-German rust belt has been dealt another blow. Two car plants closed this month as companies sought cheaper labor elsewhere, the final chapter of a manufacturing boom that ...
Insight - As Ford closes, European rust belt seeks new ideas  euronews
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US stocks post biggest weekly gains in nearly two years
Extending biggest gains for a third session on Friday, the US stocks closed the wild week with a rally that was fuelled by high expectations for the monetary policy to remain easy among major central banks for the anticipated future.
Dow jumps 400 points, best day in 3 years  Waterbury Republican American
Rally Continues as Oil Companies Lift Market  New York Times
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How Wall Street is chipping away at reform
Citigroup was able to slip a Wall Street-friendly rule change into a $1.1 trillion spending bill. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images). After the financial crisis, Washington vowed to never again let Wall Street "write the rule book for itself," said Edward Luce at the ...
Just in time for the holidays, a gift for Wall Street  Axis of Logic
Volcker blasts delay in banks' compliance
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Unemployment rate plummets in Delaware
DOVER, Del. (AP) - A newly released labor report shows Delaware's unemployment rate fell from 6.4 percent in October to 6 percent in November.
Most US States Are Seeing Jobs Growth, But New Unemployment Numbers Don ...  Macro Insider
Idaho's November unemployment rate in 7 years  The Republic
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Fed vows continued patience on rate hikes
In its last monetary policy meeting for the year, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) gave a strong signal that it was on track to raise interest rates sometime next year.
What are the financial markets making out of Janet Yellen's mumbo jumbo  Firstpost
Fed to be 'patient' about a rate hike; stocks soar  Waterbury Republican American
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Albertsons to change hands again
#Bellingham-based Haggen Food & Grocery will purchase Walla Walla's Albertsons as part of a 146-store acquisition expected to close early next year.
Haggen to acquire 146 stores from Safeway, Albertsons  Port Orchard Independent
Bellingham-based Haggen plans to buy 146 stores  The Seattle Times
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