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US Stock Futures Surge After BOJ Eases Policy
U.S. stock futures surged Friday after the Bank of Japan unexpectedly expanded its stimulus measures. Stocks in Europe and Asia also rallied after the BOJ increased its asset purchases for the first time in over a year and a half.
Yen slides to seven-year low after surprise BOJ policy easing  Reuters
Yen Declines to Six-Year Low on BOJ Monetary Easing  Bloomberg
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Consumer Spending in US Unexpectedly Drops as Incomes Cool
Spending on durable goods, including automobiles, decreased 1.9 percent after adjusting for inflation following a 2.3 percent gain.
US Consumers Cut Spending  Wall Street Journal
Consumer spending slumps in September  MarketWatch
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Starbucks to offer delivery in select cities
Starbucks said it will offer a delivery option on its mobile app in select areas of the US starting next year. Starbucks previously said it plans to let customers across the country place orders ahead of time on their smartphone by next year, an option intended to ...
Can Starbucks Crowdsource Its Delivery Service? Yes. But Should It?  Forbes
Starbucks just announced big news about delivery  CNBC
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Russian Ruble Falls Despite Rate Rise
Not even a larger-than-expected rise in interest rates by Russia's central bank could provide respite for the battered ruble on Friday, with the currency falling further against the dollar.
Russia acts to steady rouble by raising rates to 9.5%  Financial Times
Russia central bank in surprisingly big rate hike
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Slack Joins The Billion-Dollar Startup Club
Slack, a workplace communication app, is the newest member of the illustrious billion-dollar startup club. And it might have gotten there the fastest, depending on how you slice it.
Slack is now the fastest-growing workplace software ever  The Verge
One-Year-Old Business Software Maker Slack Valued at $1.12 Billion  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Exxon Posts Strong Results
Exxon Mobil is the largest publicly traded oil company. Its refinery in Baytown, Texas, is shown above. REUTERS. By. Chelsey Dulaney.
Exxon Profit Rises as Refining Boosted by Lower Crude  Businessweek
Exxon quarterly profit rises 3 percent on refining  Reuters
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AbbVie (ABBV) Rising Before The Market Opens
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AbbVie sales blow past forecasts, fueled by Humira  Reuters
AbbVie Raises Earnings Guidance After Humira Sales Surge  Businessweek
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UPDATE 1-Omega Healthcare to buy Aviv to boost long-term care business
(Adds detail, background, shares). Oct 31 (Reuters) - Omega Healthcare Investors Inc will buy Aviv REIT Inc for about $2 billion, to take advantage of rising demand for senior-care facilities from an aging U.S.
$3 billion deal lifts Aviv REIT shares  USA TODAY
Aviv REIT (AVIV) Stock Soars Today on Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI) $3 ...
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REFILE-UPDATE 2-Leaner Sony gains smartphone lift despite its own mobile ...
(Removes extraneous word from lead). * Xperia smartphones fail to dent market. * Raises gaming unit's operating profit forecast.
Sony reports a quarterly loss of $1.2bn  BBC News
Sony's Loss Widens as Xperia Struggles Against IPhone  Bloomberg
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Q3 GDP rose 3.5%, as consumer confidence also grows
Gross domestic product in the United States rose 3.5% in the third quarter, the strongest in six months. Military spending and a trade balance tipped more in the U.S.
US economy shows solid growth, but it's about to be tested  Los Angeles Times
Third-Quarter GDP Rose 3.5%, Lifting Hopes for US Economy  New York Times
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