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Futures climb as Japan index leaps 4.8%
Stock futures pointed to more gains for Wall Street investors Friday after Japan's Nikkei 225 took a super-sized, 4.8% leap on news that Japan's central bank will boost asset purchases to about 80 trillion yen ($725 billion) annually.
Bank of Japan redoubles efforts to revive economy
European stocks rally, euro drops after Japanese stimulus  Business Recorder
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U.S. Gasoline Average Below $3 for First Time Since 2010
For the first time in almost four years, U.S. drivers are paying less than $3 a gallon at the pump. Retail gasoline prices will average less than $3 a gallon today, Heathrow, Florida-based motoring group AAA said in a statement.
Arizona's average gasoline price at $2.96 per gallon; Down by 8 cents ...  Fox Business
Gas falling under $3 nationwide: What to know
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Hot or not? Starbucks delivery won't be easy, say experts
Experts are scratching their heads wondering how Starbucks will possibly pull off delivery. On Thursday, CEO Howard Schultz announced plans to offer limited food and beverage delivery in some markets in the second half of 2015.
Starbucks' Top-line Growth in FY2014 Driven By Higher Pricing & ...  Forbes
Starbucks Run Faces Extinction as Chain Tests Delivery  Businessweek
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Retailers Are Launching Black Friday Sales the Day After Halloween
Drop the trick-or-treat bag and commence holiday shopping. That's the scenario retailers are hoping for this season, and they're using big sales starting November 1 to make it happen.
Ready, Set, Shop for Holiday Deals  610kvnu
It's no trick, Amazon starts Black Friday season now  New York Post
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US consumer spending falters; wage gains highest since 2008
WASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - U.S. consumer spending fell for the first time in eight months in September, suggesting the economy lost some momentum heading into the fourth quarter.
Consumers Need Fuel-Cost Rescue as U.S. Spending Falls: Economy  Bloomberg
US consumer spending down 0.2% in September  The Detroit News
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Exxon, Chevron shrug off effect of low oil prices
NEW YORK - Falling oil prices hardly seem to be bothering the two biggest U.S. oil companies, but things could get tougher in the coming months.
Exxon sticking with capex budget around $37 billion  Reuters
Exxon 3Q profits up on refining boost  USA TODAY
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Stocks Soar As Japan Has a Nearly 5% Gain
U.S. stocks are jumping Friday, surpassing their recent highs and erasing the losses from the October swoon, as investors cheered as a move by the Bank of Japan to add more stimulus the country's ailing economy.
US stocks open higher, following gains in Asia
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Senate Panel to Scrutinize Bank Regulators
Photo. Carmen M. Segarra, a former New York Fed examiner, contended in a lawsuit that she was fired for being too hard on Goldman Sachs.
Senators set Nov. 21 hearing on New York Fed examination tapes  Reuters
Brown Calls Senate Hearing on 'Regulatory Capture', New York Fed  Bloomberg
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Boo? No fear in consumer sentiment reading
WASHINGTON - Nothing scary in the latest monthly reading of consumer sentiment by the University of Michigan, which Friday registered the highest level since July 2007.
Consumer confidence hits seven-year high in October  The Hill
US consumer sentiment index reaches 7-year high
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Good news! Wages are rising
Wages for private-industry workers have risen at a 3% annual pace over the past six months. By. RexNutting. Asst. commentary editor.
US third-quarter wage gains largest since 2008  CNBC
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