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Dow Tops 18000 Amid Weekly Gains as GDP Data Bolster Small Caps
U.S. stocks broke through milestones in a holiday-shortened week, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average crossing 18,000, small-caps reaching a record and the Nasdaq Composite Index surging to a 14-year high amid optimism in the strength of the world's ...
Wall Street ends at record in second straight weekly gain  Economic Times
At the close: Wall Street posts record in second straight weekly gain  The Globe and Mail
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New Russian military doctrine identifies Nato as its top threat
Russia identified Nato as the nation's leading military threat and raised the possibility of a broader use of precision conventional weapons to deter foreign aggression under a new military doctrine signed by President Vladimir Putin on Friday.
Russia identifies NATO as its biggest threat  Aljazeera.com
Putin saved Russia from disintegration � Gorbachev  RT
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Credit Suisse must face $10 billion N.Y. mortgage-fraud lawsuit
NEW YORK Credit Suisse Group has been ordered to face a $10 billion lawsuit by New York's attorney general accusing the Swiss bank of fraud in the sales of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis.
Credit Suisse fails to get New York suit dismissed  The Daily Star
Credit Suisse's Plea Dismissed: MBS Lawsuit to Continue - Analyst Blog  Nasdaq
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Oil companies struggle to sell off assets in down market
Oil prices are at their lowest level in five years. The cost to borrow money is rising rapidly. And for cash-strapped companies, the message from analysts is to downsize to ride out what is expected to be a rough year ahead.
Low prices, new regulations make 2015 a critical year for oil  Grand Forks Herald
Falling oil prices not a good deal for all  Rocky Mount Telegram
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Big Crowds Expected For Holiday Shopping Returns
BALTIMORE (WJZ) - The Christmas Day may be over, but the holiday shopping season is still in full force. In fact, for many stores, this is the second busiest shopping day of the year.
Bullish holiday shoppers are eager to spend  Los Angeles Times
Shoppers Head Out To Return, Exchange Gifts  WCJB
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10 Million Amazon Prime Subscribers Sign Up During Holidays
Amazon reported that 10 million new subscribers signed up for their premium Prime subscription service during the holidays. Some of these new members likely signed up to take advantage of the cheaper and faster shipping, while others likely signed up as ...
Amazon adds 10M Prime subscribers during holiday  USA TODAY
Amazon Receives Over 10 Million Prime Subscribers Despite Recent Hack Attacks  Franchise Herald
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Retailers did a better job with online orders this holiday
Retailers and shippers did a better job this year than last of getting online orders delivered in time for Christmas, according to a firm that tracks online customer service.
Holiday Package Deliveries Improve Thanks To Better Weather, Better Systems  CBS Local
UPS expects to ship 4 million return packages  Atlanta Business Chronicle
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Best and worst places for the minimum wage
In 21 states, increases in the minimum wage have apparently forced Walmart to make adjustments to more than 1,400 stores, Reuters reports.
Walmart Minimum Wage To Be Raised In One Third Of US Stores In 2015: Retail ...  KpopStarz
Gift Card Exchange Option  WTAJ
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Gas Prices Drop Below Two Dollars
WEST FRANKFORT -- With many people still hitting the roads for the holidays drivers are getting an unusual present at the gas pump.
Gas drops below $2 a gallon in Missouri  TBO.com
Gas falls below $2 in some parts of the US  abc7news.com
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Firefighters try to put out a fire in an oil tank in Libya's Es Sider port
Firefighters try to put out a fire in an oil tank in Es Sider port December 26, 2014. A fire at an oil storage tank at Libya's Es Sider port has spread to two more tanks after a rocket hit the country's biggest terminal during clashes between forces allied to competing ...
Islamists torch Libyan oil terminal in rocket assault  Irish Independent
Oil Caps Fifth Weekly Loss on Global Supply Glut Concern  Bloomberg
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