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Has The Bank Of Japan Started Another Round Of Central Bank Wargames?
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India is likely to be a big beneficiary of Japanese stimulus, say experts  Economic Times
Yen slides to 7-year low in London  Business Recorder
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US consumer spending dips in September on slow income growth
The US consumer spending data for September showed an unexpected tightening of the purse strings of the Americans as their spending dropped for the first time in eight months amid slowing income growth, the Commerce Department report showed on ...
Business News US growth still on track despite consumer data  Gulf Daily News
Americans Need Fuel-Cost Rescue as Spending Falls: Economy  Bloomberg
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US stock indexes zoom back to record highs
Specialist Michael Pistillo, left, works with traders at his post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014.
Wall Street's wild month ends on a high note
US stocks end a turbulent month at a record high  Maryville Daily Times
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Gasoline to fall below $3 a gallon
Average U.S. gas prices are expected to drop below $3 per gallon by Saturday, a psychologically significant milestone that comes after a months-long fall in the price of crude oil.
Gas prices drop, but drivers wish they were lower  The Times and Democrat
Strong Dollar Adds to Pressures on Oil  Wall Street Journal
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Dow delivers Halloween treat
FRIGHTENINGLY GOOD: New York Stock Exchange traders react to the good news yesterday, as the Dow rose 195 points to close at an all-time high of 17,390.52.
Dow, S&P end month at record  Jackson Clarion Ledger
Average Grade for Q3 Earnings Season - Earnings Preview  Nasdaq
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China's Oct factory growth unexpectedly hits 5-month low - official PMI
BEIJING, Nov 1 (Reuters) - China's factory activity unexpectedly fell to a five-month low in October as firms fought slowing orders and rising costs in the cooling economy, reinforcing views that the country's growth outlook is hazy at best.
China manufacturing growth falls in October
China manufacturing growth slows  Sky News Australia
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Exxon Posts Impressive Gains Despite Falling Fuel Prices
Refinery profits has helped to keep the two biggest oil companies in America above water. Exxon Mobil Corp and Cheveron Corp have both been able to offset slow consumer fuel growth thanks to falling crude prices and decreased demand with higher ...
In down oil market, Exxon Mobil thrives  Dallas Morning News
Refineries aid third-quarter profits for Exxon, Chevron  Washington Post
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Starbucks introducing delivery service to NYC
Hot coffee delivered right to the office - that's what Starbucks is promising with the launch of a coffee-delivery service where customers will be able to place orders from a mobile app.
Starbucks to deliver coffee to your desk starting in 2015  Bend Bulletin
Full steam ahead: Starbucks poised for deliveries
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Bangladesh electricity blackouts after power line fails
Bangladesh has been hit by major blackouts after a power line connecting the country to India's electricity grid failed, reports say.
Bangladesh hit by electricity blackout
Blackout hits Bangladesh as line from India fails  USA NEWS
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Slack Technologies worth $1.12 billion after financing round
Number of the day. $1.12 billion. That's how much Slack Technologies is worth after a new $120 million round of financing led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Google Ventures.
Tech Entrepreneur Stewart Butterfield Built Flickr And Slack While Playing ...  The Inquisitr
Slack CEO Explains Why He Thinks His 8-Month-Old App Is Now Worth $1.1 ...  Business Insider
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