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Japan Inflation Slows in Blow to Abe
Pedestrians cast shadows on the crosswalk near the headquarters of the Bank of Japan in Tokyo. The latest inflation data shows price growth slowed again in November.
Japan industrial production falls 0.6% on-month in November  Economic Times
Japan stimulus mulled as inflation, output weaken  Washington Post
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Shares mostly higher in quiet holiday trading
A man walks by an electronic stock board of a securities firm in Tokyo, Friday, Dec. 26, 2014. showing Japan's Nikkei 225 stock index that edged 9.93 points higher to 17,818.68 while the U.S.
China stocks clinches enormous gains in 3 weeks, Shanghai Composite soars ...  Customs Today Newspaper
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Ruble Set for Best Week in 16 Years as Russia Turns to Exporters
The ruble fell, trimming a weekly rally that drove the currency up the most since in 16 years as the government ordered Russian exporters to reduce their foreign-currency holdings to shore up confidence.
Russian rouble strengthens in early trade  Reuters
Russian Ruble Firms Slightly  Wall Street Journal
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China central bank mulls easing liquidity requirements at banks: sources
BEIJING (Reuters) - The People's Bank of China (PBOC) is weighing changing rules governing how loan-to-deposit ratios are calculated at banks, a move that would boost liquidity conditions, sources with direct knowledge told Reuters.
China's Cuts Bleed Into Stocks  Wall Street Journal
China to Ease Rules to Boost Lending  Nasdaq
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Oil Trades Above $60 Amid Signs of Saudi Confidence in Rebound
Oil traded above $60 a barrel in London amid the highest volatility in more than three years on speculation that Saudi Arabia, the largest crude exporter, is signaling confidence that prices will rally.
Saudi finance minister says no need to create sovereign wealth fund  Reuters
Saudi ministry to discuss deficit financing with central bank  Reuters Africa
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45 Philadelphia Taxi Companies Sues Uber Over Racketerring
45 Philadelphian taxi companies have filed a lawsuit against Uber, a taxi enterprise that's app-based. Text size: Small · Medium · Large.
Uber starts charging a $2 fee for hailing taxis  The Week Magazine
South Korea indicts Uber CEO, local unit for transport law breach  IBNLive
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Stores open early for after-Christmas returns, sales
Just when you thought the shopping frenzy was over, it all starts back up again Friday. Show Transcript Hide Transcript. BY VIDEO GAMERS USING NEW SYSTEMS AND NEW GAMES THIS HOLIDAY.
Tips to tackle your holiday gift returns  Fayetteville Observer
Bad Santa? 5 tips to tackle your holiday gift returns  Houston Chronicle
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As Docs Face Big Cuts In Medicaid Pay, Patients May Pay The Price
WASHINGTON - While I was away last week, Vermont decided to scuttle its single-payer health-care plans. I predicted as much six months ago, fo� Read more.
Access to health care  Deseret News
Two benefit packages approved for Healthy PA Medicaid  Pennsylvania Business Daily
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Walmart offering gift card exchange to customers
RENO, Nev. -- Walmart is offering customers a new way to spend your unwanted gift cards. If you do not want to let your own gift cards go to waste, Walmart is testing a program that lets shoppers swap a gift card from more than 200 other retailers, airlines and ...
Exclusive: US minimum wage hikes to affect 1400-plus Walmart stores  Reuters
Wal-Mart's higher-skilled employees pinched to 'absorb' cost of ...  Washington Times
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McDonald's fries back on the menu in all sizes in Japan
TOKYO Dec 26 (Reuters) - McDonald's customers in Japan will be able to order french fries in all sizes again from next month, after the fast-food chain limited sales to small servings because of import delays.
Large Fries Are Back At McDonald's In Japan After Emergency Airlift Ends ...  Business Insider
Japan's McDonald's to put big fries back on menu  Economic Times
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