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Everything You Need to Know about Cyber Monday Sales
Nowadays it's difficult to tell when Black Friday ends and Cyber Monday begins. But it's probably not that important to differentiate among them anyway.
US Thanksgiving shopping crowds 'good not great'; online sales strong  CNBC
Biggest shopping day of the year unfolds as Asda cuts petrol price under �1 ...
3 Chinese Brokerages Say They Are Under Investigation
BEIJING - Three of China's biggest securities firms are under investigation in a fresh aftershock from this summer's market plunge.
Europe Shares Little Changed Amid Confidence Data, China Concern  Bloomberg
China stocks tumble most since summer slump as brokerage probe widens  Reuters
Japan's Abe orders extra stimulus spending; eyes growth, fiscal reform
TOKYO Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday made a widely expected decision to roll out additional stimulus spending - the latest attempt by Tokyo to revitalize a sputtering economy that has failed to break out of decades of stagnation.
Japan spending slumps even as unemployment hits 20-year low  Reuters UK
Japan Plans Extra Budget, Handouts, to Pump Up Recovery  New York Times
FOREX-Euro steadies, eyes on central banks next week
... * Euro finds some support at $1.0600, but still under a cloud. * Market wary given expectations of ECB easing next week. * Yen shrugs off Japanese economic data.
Euro-Area Confidence at Four-Year High as ECB Mulls Stimulus  Bloomberg
Euro steadies, eyes on ECB meet next week  Hindu Business Line
Oil prices slide on China worries, supply glut
LONDON Crude oil futures fell on Friday, bringing losses this month to close to 9 percent, as disappointing Chinese data and worries over a supply glut overshadowed geopolitical concerns.
Oil Prices Pressured By Stronger Dollar, Global Oversupply of Crude  Wall Street Journal
Oil pares first weekly gain as Russia rules out military action  Irish Times
Black Friday Makes Drama-Free Return to U.K. as Chaos Averted
U.K. retailers breathed a sigh of relief as Black Friday started without the mayhem that characterized the event last year. Tesco Plc, the U.K.
Black Friday focus goes online as Britons hunt bargains  The Express Tribune
Black Friday 2015: how to get even better deals all year round
Rio Tinto Bucks Mining Sector Trend to Bet on Bauxite
SYDNEY— Rio Tinto RIO -1.92 % PLC approved a $1.9 billion bauxite project in northeastern Australia, bucking a trend among major resources companies that have largely delayed new mines to protect profits from low commodity prices.
UPDATE 1-Rio Tinto to go ahead with $1.9 bln bauxite expansion  Reuters
Rio Tinto's $2.6b expansion of bauxite operations in far north ...  ABC Online
Global shares mostly down after Wall Street holiday close
TOKYO -- Global stocks were mostly lower in muted trading Friday, after Wall Street was closed for Thanksgiving, but China's market fell sharply as investigations into the securities industry widened to include two top brokerages.
Global shares down, China slides on brokerage probe  Bangkok Post
Secretive Barclays deal involved Qatari clients
Qatari clients were behind the biggest single deal Barclays has executed for wealthy individuals and which is now the subject of a record �72m penalty meted out by the UK financial watchdog.
Barclays fined for lax crime checks in 'deal of century'  The Standard Digital News (satire) (press release) (registration) (blog)
The best Argos Black Friday 2015 deals on Apple iPad, Playstation 4, laptops ...
Black Friday has finally arrived, and you can find the best Argos deals here. "Christmas shopping is stressful enough without doing it all in one weekend - that's why we want to make every Friday a 'feel-good' one," said Managing director David Robinson.
Black Friday 2015 Scam Hits Amazon  Latin Post
Amazon Black Friday deals 2015: The very best UK bargains available on ...  Metro