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Oil futures turn negative, Brent near $61
Oil futures turned negative on Tuesday morning, giving up earlier gains as investors became confident there'd be no further big price loss in the run-up to 2015.
Oil rebounds above $62, tracking broader markets  Economic Times
Age of Plenty Seen Over for Gulf Arabs as Oil Tumbles  Businessweek
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Time for emerging economies to fasten their seat belts
The head of the US Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, delivered the latest statement on behalf of a body which can shake up global financial markets like a cocktail waiter.
Stocks gain most in more than a year on Fed, oil  Waterbury Republican American
History Holds Hard Lesson on Cheap Energy  Wall Street Journal
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Lee Jeong-hyeop given surprise Asian Cup call-up
Seoul: South Korea on Monday named their final 23-man squad for next month's Asian Cup in Australia, selecting a group that leans heavily on players from overseas leagues.
S. Korea trims 2015 growth forecast
UPDATE 1-S.Korea cuts forecasts but sees improvement in 2015 on oil, stimulus  Reuters
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Euro edges up, still shaky on ECB and Greece
The euro bounced back from two-year lows against a slightly weaker dollar on Monday, with Greece's presidential election and a batch of US data on Tuesday the chief risks to a calmer holiday mood.
Draghi Starts Squaring QE Circle in Month of Persuasion  Businessweek
FOREX-Euro off to shaky start in subdued market, dollar holds strong  Reuters
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Walmart Holiday Store Hours for Christmas 2014
There are quite a few consumers who leave their holiday Christmas shopping to the last minute. A walmart study on the top reasons why these shoppers procrastinate on their holiday shopping found 40% were too busy with other holiday season activities to ...
Last-minute Christmas shopping guide  KCRA Sacramento
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South Korea investigates data leak at nuclear power plants
The No. 1, right, and No. 2 reactor buildings stand at Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co.'s Shin-Kori nuclear power plant. Seoul prosecutors have launched an investigation into a leak of non-critical data at South Korea's nuclear power operator, the ...
South Korea carries out drills against possible cyber attacks after threats  Irish Independent
South Korea launches nuclear power cyberattack drills after hack  Mashable
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Airbus to Step Up Qatar A350 Deliveries, Plays Down A380 Revamp
Airbus Group NV (AIR) indicated it will bring forward deliveries of its newest A350 model to first customer Qatar Airways while playing down prospects for an early commitment to upgrading its flagship A380 superjumbo.
UPDATE 1-Airbus delivers first A350, rules out cancelling A380 project  Reuters
Airbus Delivers First A350 to Qatar Airways  Wall Street Journal
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Hong Kong securities watchdog starts case against US research firm chief
HONG KONG Dec 22 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's securities watchdog said on Monday it was taking legal action against the head of a U.S.
Futures rise, Asian markets higher  USA TODAY
Air China hosts the market opening ceremony at the Stock Exchange of Hong ...  TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific
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Russia starts bailing out banks as economy faces 'full-blown economic crisis'
The Russian economic crisis took a fresh turn on Monday after the central bank bailed out a mid-sized lender and the country's former finance minister warned the economy faces an economic crisis.
Russian central bank to bail out Trust Bank with up to $530 million  Economic Times
Russia's central bank to bail out lender  Sky News Australia
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Southern New York Farmers Grieve Over Fracking Ban
Farmers from the southern parts of New York are lamenting over the decision to ban fracking which affects apple growers like David Johnson.
Environmentalists Take From Farmers With NY State Fracking Ban  Forbes
New York has outlawed fracking. It won't be the last.  Washington Post
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