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US Growth: Economy at Its Strongest In More Than Decade
CONSUMER SPENDING helped push the economy to a 3.9 percent annual rate during the summer, giving the U.S. its strongest six months since 2003.
3rd-Quarter Growth Rate Is Revised Up, to 3.9%  New York Times
US economy grew at 3.9 percent rate in 3rd quarter  Tulsa World
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Juncker unveils investment plan to kick-start EU growth
STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - The European Commission presented a plan on Wednesday for some 300 billion euros ($375 billion) of largely private new investment in the European Union, saying it was time to kick-start growth without adding to public ...
EU's Juncker Launches Infrastructure Investment Plan  Wall Street Journal
EU unveils giant $392B jobs plan  CNBC
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Tiffany misses 3Q forecasts
Continue reading below. Tiffany & Co. reported net income of $38.3 million, or 29 cents per share, in its third quarter. Earnings adjusted to extinguish debt were 76 cents.
Tiffany 3rd-quarter sales fall on weak demand in Japan  USA TODAY
Tiffany & Co. Revenue up 5%, Profit Down 60% in Q3  Israel Diamond Portal
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ECB Prepared to Buy Sovereign Bonds Early Next Year, Says Constancio
Vitor Constancio, vice president of the European Central Bank, earlier this month. The central banker on Wednesday sent the strongest signal yet that the ECB is ready to buy sovereign bonds early next year if more stimulus is needed.
Euro dips after ECB's Constancio says can decide on QE in Q1  Reuters UK
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Oil steadies below $79 as market doubts OPEC cut
LONDON, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Brent crude oil steadied below $79 a barrel on Wednesday after Saudi Arabia signalled it was unlikely to push for a major change in OPEC oil output despite a collapse in prices.
Don't panic! OPEC not ready to reverse oil price slide  CNNMoney
Saudis Say Oil Will Stabilize; U.A.E. Sees OPEC Rebalance  Bloomberg
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Update: Falcone's Exit From Harbinger Group Clears Way For Leucadia Buyout
Phil Falcone stepped down from his publicly traded Harbinger Group to focus on another investment vehicle. He was replaced as chairman of HRG by Leucadia chairman Joseph Steinberg, as Leucadia also bought an additional 5M shares to raise its stake to ...
Falcone Steps Down From Top Roles at Harbinger Group  New York Times
Philip Falcone Departs Harbinger Group Inc. and Will Continue to Advance HC2 ...  Power Engineering Magazine
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The Epic Thanksgiving-Black Friday Shopping Weekend, By the Numbers
Customers shop at the Best Buy store, which opened at 1am, in Cambridge, Massachusetts November 29, 2013. Black Friday, the day following the Thanksgiving Day holiday, has traditionally been the busiest shopping day in the United States.
Black Friday marketers push for greater spending  CBC.ca
Black Friday deals spread throughout the entire holiday weekend  Cadillac News (subscription)
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26 coal miners die in fire in north China mine
BEIJING (AP) - A fire sparked by underground tremors tore through a coal mine in northeastern China early Wednesday, killing 26 miners and leaving several others with life-threatening injuries, state media reported.
China Coal-Mine Fire Kills 26 Workers  Wall Street Journal
China Coal Mining Fire Kills 24 in Northeast Liaoning Province  Bloomberg
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Black Friday, Cyber Monday sales data mislead investors
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (MarketWatch) - Obsessing about Black Friday and Cyber Monday is a pointless exercise for investors. In fact, retail sales on these two most-watched days may even be worse than worthless, pointing you in the opposite direction of ...
Cyber Monday 2014: 5 tips to get the most out of your online holiday shopping  The Elkhart Truth
Black Friday shoppers in it for 'the thrill of the hunt'  WTHR
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Japan cenbank assets hit record high of $2.35 tln
TOKYO Nov 26 (Reuters) - Total assets held by the Bank of Japan hit a record 277 trillion yen ($2.35 trillion) by the end of September, the central bank said on Wednesday, up more than 30 percent from a year earlier, fuelled by outright purchases of Japanese ...
BOJ Beat: Setting an Example for Japan Inc. on Wages  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Bank of Japan board member Sayuri Shirai says won't ease policy ...  Economic Times
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