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Global shares lifted by US data and Draghi stimulus hints
LONDON (Reuters) - World shares headed for a second week of gains on Friday after more reassuring U.S. data, while the yen pulled out of its dive as Japan's finance minister warned its recent weakening had been "too rapid".
Draghi Says ECB Must Raise Inflation as Fast as Possible  Bloomberg
International Business|Mario Draghi Says ECB Will 'Do What We Must' ...  New York Times
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Jumbo deal: Alibaba raises $8bn without China premium
Alibaba Group Holding sold the largest bond by an Asian company last night via a $8 billion six-tranche offering. The tight pricing achieved on the deal led many to believe the US-listed Chinese e-commerce giant got away without paying a Chinese premium.
Alibaba, Tencent Push for More China Copyright Protection  Bloomberg
Alibaba prints jumbo deal without China premium  THE BUSINESS TIMES
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Dow, Standard & Poor's 500 edge back up to record highs
U.S. stocks rebounded Thursday, sending the Dow Jones industrial average and Standard & Poor's 500 index back into record territory.
How the Dow Jones industrials did on Thursday  SFGate
India Morning Call-Global Markets  Reuters
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Amazon's Pricing Strategy Makes Life Miserable For The Competition
During the Christmas shopping season we will see Amazon change prices on as many as 80 million products during a single day. That is amazing since companies like Walmart, Best Buy and Toys �R� Us have already announced that they will not be ...
Walmart Isn't Happy About That PS4 Scam, So They Idiot-Proofed Their ...  The Mary Sue
Walmart Responds To PS4 Price Scam By Updating Price-Matching Policy  International Business Times
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New York Fed chief to be grilled banker relationships
Bill Dudley, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, is scheduled for grilling Friday before a skeptical Senate committee looking into the revolving door for bankers and their watchdogs.
Fed Launches Review of Practices for Supervising Big Banks  Wall Street Journal
Fed Reviews Bank Supervision as Senate Committee Begins Hearings  Bloomberg
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Global stocks mostly higher, yen rises
SEOUL, South Korea - Global stock markets turned mostly higher Friday as they juggled positive U.S. economic news and weakness in Europe, China and Japan.
Aso Warns on Speed of Yen Drop While Saying Rate Is Up to Market  Bloomberg
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China regulatory shift sparks cash squeeze
China's money market interest rates rose sharply this week, amid fears that a regulatory change intended to channel more lending to small companies will force banks to park trillions of extra renminbi at the central bank.
China's c.bank says Chinese markets have ample liquidity  Reuters
China's Financial System Shows Fresh Signs Of Stress  Wall Street Journal
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Sotheby's chief executive steps down after 14 years
The chief executive of renowned auction house Sotheby's, William Ruprecht, is stepping down after 14 years in the role. Mr Ruprecht would leave his post by "mutual agreement" after a successor was found, Sotheby's said on Thursday.
Sotheby's Surges As CEO Ruprecht Steps Down Amid Board Pressure  Forbes
Sotheby's CEO to step down  Businessweek
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Intel's PC business doing better than expected, mobile still a struggle
Santa Clara: Chip-making giant Intel is still struggling to catch up in mobile computing but says its personal computer business is performing better than expected and its return to revenue growth this year will continue into 2015.
Intel Chief Defends Huge Mobile Losses  Light Reading
Intel Investor Meeting Generates Big News (INTC)  Seeking Alpha
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Best Buy sales surprise bodes well for holiday
NEW YORK - Best Buy's third-quarter sales gain is a positive sign for the electronics retailer as the holiday season kicks off.
Best Buy Shares Rise On Earnings Beat  Forbes
Best Buy Earnings: Is the Electronics Giant Finally Back?  Nasdaq
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