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Early birds gobble up deals before turkey
DENVER-- Even before carving the turkey and slicing into the pumpkin pie, millions of Americans snapped up hot shopping deals on Thanksgiving.
Black Thursday brings out deal hunters  Washington Post
Malls use digital apps to compete on Black Friday  Today.com
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European Parliament votes for Google breakup
The European Parliament has voted to break up Google and weaken its dominance across the region. Google (GOOGL, Tech30) controls about 90% of all Web searches in Europe, and politicians have grown increasingly concerned about its power.
European Parliament calls on Commission to consider breaking up Google  PCWorld
European Parliament vote promotes idea of a Google breakup  CNET
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Rise in Number of Americans seeking Unemployment Benefits
For the first time in almost three months, applications for US unemployment benefits have crossed the 300,000 mark. Last week also, the applications increased.
German unemployment falls to record low in November  Business Recorder
German unemployment steady at 6.3 percent  Washington Post
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As OPEC Members Meet, Outcome Remains Unclear
General view of a meeting of oil ministers of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries at their headquarters in Vienna, Austria, in June.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Oil hits four-year low as expectations fade for OPEC cuts  Reuters
Norway's Krone Declines on OPEC as Dollar Falls on Growth Doubt  Bloomberg
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EU's Juncker survives no-confidence vote over tax deals
European Commission President, Luxembourg's Jean-Claude Juncker addresses the European Parliament to present a plan on growth, jobs and investment, in Strasbourg, November 26, 2014.
EU's Juncker survives confidence vote over tax scandal  Expatica France
EU's Juncker survives no confidence vote  Channel News Asia
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ECB's Draghi: Euro Monetary Union 'Incomplete'
European Central Bank head Mario Draghi says the euro currency union remains "incomplete" and needs to be strengthened with better oversight of member countries' economic policies to avoid future crises.
Draghi steps up push for economic union  Financial Times
REFILE-ECB's Draghi: Lack of reform threatens permanent divergence in ...  Reuters
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Economy grows more than expected in 3rd quarter
The nation's economic output grew at an even faster rate during July, August and September than the government initially estimated, giving the economy its strongest six-month performance in more than a decade.
Weak consumer, business demand may slow US growth  Charlotte Observer
US economy is improving, just in time for the holiday shopping season  Fortune
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China ' s financial reform smooth , innovative : official
BEIJING , Nov . 27 -- China continued financial reform in 2014, with smooth progress in opening markets and cutting costs , a central bank senior official said Thursday .
Banking tricks blunt China's drive to increase lending  Yahoo!7 News
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Carlos Slim to Be Biggest Investor in Spanish Builder FCC
Carlos Slim, the world's second-richest man, agreed to become the biggest shareholder in Fomento de Construcciones & Contratas SA (FCC) as part of a capital increase that will be used to cut the construction company's debt.
Mexican billionaire Slim to take top stake in Spanish builder FCC  Reuters
CompaniesCarlos Slim to become biggest shareholder in FCC  Financial Times
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Greek unions in second general strike this year
Athens, Nov 27 (IANS/EFE) Greece was hit Thursday by the second general strike in a year called by labour unions to protest government austerity policies which include public sector job cuts and labour law reform allowing easier firings.
Flights Cancelled as Greece Paralyzed by Major Strike  Newsweek
Greece paralysed by major strike, flights stopped  CNBC
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