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Black Friday Deal or Dud? How to Shop Smart This Holiday Season
Before lining up at a retail store or firing up your computer for Black Friday bargains this week, ask yourself one question: Have you ever scored a great deal from the annual post-Thanksgiving shopping bonanza?
Why is it a thing? Black Friday explained  USA TODAY
Is Black Friday gone for good?  CNBC  
Jobless Claims in U.S. Decline to Lowest Level in a Month
Applications for unemployment benefits fell more than forecast last week as claims moved closer to a four-decade low that shows a resilient labor market.
Applications for US unemployment benefits fall to 260000  The Seattle Times
US jobless claims fall more than expected  Economic Times
US consumer spending slowing, but business investment poised to rise
WASHINGTON U.S. consumer spending barely rose in October as households took advantage of rising incomes to boost savings to their highest level in nearly three years, pointing to moderate economic growth in the fourth quarter.
Consumer spending up a weak 0.1% in October  Salt Lake Tribune
Consumer spending up a weak 0.1 percent in October  CBS News
Dollar Rises to 7-Month High Versus Euro Amid Policy Divergence
The euro declined to its lowest level since April against the dollar as speculation mounted that the European Central Bank is prepared to provide more monetary stimulus next week to revive inflation.
Euro drops below $1.06 against dollar  Financial Times
Dollar rises on solid manufacturing data, possible ECB action  Reuters
US Durable Orders Climb 3% in October
WASHINGTON—Orders for long-lasting goods rose in October, a gain that represents a big jump in the volatile aircraft category and a modest pickup elsewhere.
US business spending gauge surges, durable goods orders soar  Reuters
Orders for US Durable Goods Rise Strong 3 Percent in October  New York Times
Head of Brazil's Largest Investment Bank and a Senator Arrested in Petrobras Probe
S�O PAULO—A sitting Senator and the chief executive of Brazil's biggest investment bank were arrested Wednesday in the burgeoning investigation into a massive corruption scandal at state-controlled oil company Petr�leo Brasileiro SA, dubbed by ...
Brazil's BTG Pactual to name Arida as interim CEO - magazine  Reuters
Brazilian Billionaire Banker Arrested In Petrobras Scandal  Forbes
German business morale unexpectedly rises in November
BERLIN Nov 24 German business morale unexpectedly improved in November, a survey showed on Tuesday, suggesting company executives in Europe's largest economy are more upbeat despite weaker export prospects in emerging markets.
German Business Confidence Rises in Sign of Robust Economy  Bloomberg
German execs remain optimistic despite Paris attacks  Al-Arabiya
The Merger That Was Promised: Pfizer And Allergan
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Pfizer-Allergan's Rx for tax avoidance  Los Angeles Times
After Pfizer-Allergan, few large inversion deal options for cash-rich companies  BioPharma Dive
UPDATE 2-Ukraine says to stop buying Russian gas as Gazprom halts supplies
... * Ukraine says to stop buying Russian gas. * Says cheaper prices offered from Europe. * Gazprom says halts deliveries (Recasts, updates with Ukraine PM, Naftogaz comments).
Ukraine stops buying Russian gas, closes airspace  Ynetnews
Ukraine halts Russian gas purchases, closes its airspace  IBNLive
For Hewlett-Packard, a tale of two diverging stocks
HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise shares head in different directions after Hewlett-Packard earnings. By. JenniferBooton. Reporter.
HP Paints Grim PC Picture in Final Earnings Report  Bloomberg
Whitman: How Hewlett Packard will win in the cloud  CNBC