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Wall Street quietly breaks more records
Despite low trading volumes, major indexes broke records for a second straight weekly advance as all sectors posted gains. By Ryan Vlastelica, Reuters December 26, 2014.
Wall St hits records in broad rally, volume light  Firstpost
US Stocks Extend Rally as Russell 2000 Reaches Record  Businessweek
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Petrobras Hit with U.S. Class Action Suit Over $98B in Securities
Brazil's state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA and some of its executives were hit with a U.S. class action lawsuit by investors in $98 billion of the company's securities over an alleged kickback and bribery scheme.
Brazilian oil company Petrobras sued by US city  BBC News
US city sues Brazil's Petrobras and its chief  Daily Mail
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Who spoiled Christmas? Fewer packages arrive late
Santa's sleigh delivered more on-time packages this holiday season, though a few retailers still broke their promise to get shoppers their online orders by Christmas.
Holiday deliveries improve but hiccups continue  Washington Post
Online retailers improve delivery times over Christmas, study finds  Los Angeles Times
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Utility seeks legislative fix on issues of power plant future, reimbursement of ...
CONCORD, N.H. - The state's largest utility on Friday asked the Public Utilities Commission to pause its review of two key issues until lawmakers try to forge a solution.
PSNH Asks For Time To Negotiate Settlement On Scrubber, Selling Power Plants  New Hampshire Public Radio
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Natural Gas Drops Below $3 for First Time Since 2012
Natural gas futures slumped below $3 per million British thermal units for the first time since 2012 on speculation that record production will overwhelm demand for the heating fuel.
Natural Gas Prices Fall on Mild Weather  Wall Street Journal
Natural gas prices plunge in mild winter  CNNMoney
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Visa, MasterCard stop servicing Crimea after sanctions
Visa and MasterCard, the world's two biggest payment networks, both announced Friday they're stopping services in Crimea, Bloomberg Businessweek reports.
Visa, MasterCard Halt Crimea Service on Tougher Sanctions  Businessweek
Visa, MasterCard Stop Supporting Bank Cards in Crimea  Fox Business
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Amazon draws 10 million new Prime members over holidays
(Reuters) - Inc said on Friday it drew more than 10 million new members to its Prime shipping and digital content service over the holidays and intends to offer one-hour shipping to more cities in 2015.
Amazon adds 10m Prime members  Financial Times
5 facts about Amazon's holiday season  Fortune
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Son Pays Off Parents' Mortgage For Christmas, Everyone is Reduced to Tears ...
Christmas might be over, but all that means is that the adorable YouTube videos of people getting presents have only just begun. This year, the theme seems to be opening letters that make people cry.
Son's Christmas gift leaves parents in tears  CBS News
See parents heartwarming reaction to son's incredible Christmas gift (VIDEO)  Q13 FOX
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Average Missouri gas price drops below $2 a gallon
KANSAS CITY, Mo. � Missouri is the first state in more than five years to have a statewide average gas price of below $2 a gallon, and Oklahoma was expected to get there by the weekend.
Pumped! Missouri gas price drops below $2 a gallon  USA TODAY
Gas prices slide under $2 per gallon  Fenton Tri County Times
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Big discounts, crowds, return fraud expected with post-Christmas sales
Retailers are girding themselves for the second busiest shopping day of the year, but the day after Christmas is also known for something less beneficial to the bottom line: hordes of returns.
Retailers welcome customers day after Christmas  WSOC Charlotte
Retailers brace for holiday return fraud  Milwaukee Business Journal
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