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U.S. Stocks Rise on Signs of Strong Economy
U.S. stocks rose to a record, led by energy and small-cap shares, as data showing improvements in the American economy overshadowed concern over weaker growth overseas.
Asian Morning Briefing: US Stocks Clinch New Records  Wall Street Journal
Dow, S&P 500 Edge Back up to Record Highs  ABC News
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Alibaba goes where Apple isn't: The US bond market
Out with the Americans and in with the Chinese�that could be the next trend in U.S. bond markets as demand for high-quality investments outruns supply.
Investor demand for Alibaba's bonds reaches $55bn  Financial Times
Alibaba Gray-Market Prices Indicate Flippers Poised for Profit  Businessweek
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Maine single-family home sales jumped 26 percent in October, but prices ...
PORTLAND, Maine - The number of single-family Maine homes that changed hands in October rose more than 26 percent from the same month in 2013.
Home-Sale Pace Gains To Best Level Of 2014  Investor's Business Daily
Existing Home Sales Rise 1.5% In October, Hit Fastest Pace In More Than Year ...  Forbes
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Euro-Area Growth at Risk as Factories, Services Weaken: Economy
The euro-area economy risks a renewed slowdown. A Purchasing Managers Index for factories and services activity unexpectedly fell to 51.4 in November, the lowest in 16 months, from 52.1 in October, London-based Markit Economics said today.
The Global Economy's Slowdown Weighs On U.S. Manufacturing  Seeking Alpha
Global growth numbers disappoint  The Age
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Banks hit back over commodities risks
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan emphasised the sale or wind down of their physical commodity businesses as they disputed US Senate claims that the banks reaped trading profits from insider knowledge of those markets.
UPDATE 2-In Senate hot seat, Goldman denies commodity manipulation  Reuters
Federal Reserve put financial system at risk, Senate report finds  The Guardian
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Hertz Hires Ex-United COO, Spurning Investor Favorite
Hertz Global Holdings Inc. (HTZ) named John Tague as its new chief executive officer, spurning the former CEO of Dollar Thrifty, who had been a favorite among some of the car-rental company's largest investors.
With Icahn's Blessing, Hertz Names New CEO  Forbes
Hertz appoints former United Airlines president as new CEO  The News-Press
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GameStop Drops as Quarterly Results, Forecast Fall Short
GameStop Corp. (GME:US), the largest video-game specialty retailer, fell as much as 13 percent after third-quarter results fell short of analysts' estimates and the company forecast disappointing holiday profit.
GameStop -11.1% AH on FQ3 miss, guidance cut; game delay blamed (GME)  Seeking Alpha
Assassin's Creed Unity delay hurts GameStop's revenue  Reuters
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Gap Names Heads of Namesake Brand, Banana Republic
Gap Inc. issued a full-year profit outlook Thursday that was below Wall Street expectations and announced new management changes at its Gap and Banana Republic brands.
CompaniesGap reshuffles management as sales flatline  Financial Times
Gap cuts guidance, shares -4% (GPS)  Seeking Alpha
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Winter Weather Woes: 2 Thanksgiving Travel Storms To Watch
BOSTON (CBS) - I can remember a time when the day before Thanksgiving was THE travel day of the year. Now, everything happens earlier.
Thanksgiving travel forecast: Storm may slow early travel as 46 million take ...  Augusta Free Press
AAA predicts 46.3 million will travel on Thanksgiving, most since '07  Fox News
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GM announces executive changes
In a series of management changes, two of General Motors' highest ranking women executives will get new titles and expanding responsibilities while two men will take leadership of the company's purchasing and powertrain operations.
General Motors logo (Photo: STAN HONDA / AFP/Getty Images)  The Detroit News
GM shuffles top managers, including high-ranking women  Reuters
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