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Economic growth of 3.9% beats government predictions in third quarter
The nation's economic growth for July, August, and September is the strongest for any 6-month performance in over a decade, and this has beat government's imaginations because the growth is more than they initially estimated for the period.
Economy grows more than expected in 3rd quarter  SFGate
US economy enjoys best growth in more than a decade (+video)  Christian Science Monitor
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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 posts Q3 revenue of $959.6 million, stock surged by 2.5%  Market Business News
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Signet Jewelers Shares Up 5.6% on Earnings Beat (SIG)
Signet Jewelers logo Signet Jewelers (NYSE:SIG) shares shot up 5.6% during trading on Tuesday following a stronger than expected earnings report, Analyst Ratings Net reports.
Signet Jewelers' (SIG) CEO Mark Light on Q3 2015 Results - Earnings Call ...  Seeking Alpha
Signet Jewelers Reports Third Quarter Fiscal 2015 Financial Results  MarketWatch
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BOJ's Shirai defends latest easing, rules out incremental action
A security guard salutes at the entrance of the Bank of Japan building in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters. mail · print. View all 0 comments.
Bank of Japan board member Sayuri Shirai says won't ease policy ...  Economic Times
BOJ Beat: Setting an Example for Japan Inc. on Wages  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Asian stocks rise after US growth revised higher but gains tempered by China ...
A businessman runs past an electronic stock indicator of a securities firm in Tokyo, Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014. Asian stock markets mostly posted modest gains Wednesday as stronger U.S.
Asia stocks rise after US growth revised higher  MiamiHerald.com
Asia shares rise on U.S. optimism, oil under pressure before OPEC  Business Standard
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OPEC Meets: Why The Oil Sector Might Not Fall, Even If There Are No ...
Shorts might have already overplayed their hand by expecting oil to drop much further, even if OPEC fails to cut production. The oil markets might have already priced in this news, meanwhile oil stocks may have already bottomed out.
Saudi's Naimi says oil market will stabilise eventually  Reuters
Will OPEC cut back on oil supplies?  HeraldNet
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Falcone Steps Down From Harbinger Group to Focus on HC2
Philip Falcone, chairman and chief executive officer of Harbinger Group Inc. Photographer: Jacob Kepler/Bloomberg. Philip Falcone is stepping down as chairman and chief executive officer of Harbinger Group Inc. (HRG:US), the public holding company in ...
Philip Falcone Departs Harbinger Group Inc. and Will Continue to Advance HC2 ...  MarketWatch
Falcone Steps Down From Top Roles at Harbinger Group  New York Times
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China Coal Mining Fire Kills 24 in Northeast Liaoning Province
A coal-mining accident killed 24 people at a state-owned site in China's northeast province of Liaoning, Xinhua reported today.
Coal mine fire kills at least 24 in China  News24
Xinhua says coalmine fire kills 24 in China  Sky News Australia
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Samsung Electronics to buy back $2 billion in shares
The company logo is displayed at the Samsung news conference at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas January 7, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Rick Wilking.
Samsung to Buy Back Shares After $1.7 Billion Chemicals Sale  Bloomberg
Samsung to sell chemicals and defence stakes  Financial Times
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European Parliament live
Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will begin proceedings with a speech unveiling details of his proposed �300bn investment package to boost the struggling EU economy.
European Commission to unveil investment plan  Irish Times
Juncker's �315bn New Deal dismissed as a subprime gimmick  Telegraph.co.uk
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