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China rate cut will not stop slowdown
China's surprise interest rate cut late on Friday will not reverse the trend of slower growth and tighter credit, analysts said, describing the move as being more akin to fine tuning than a shift in policy.
China is not finished with rate cuts  CNNMoney
Australian shares make positive start to week after China rate cut  Sydney Morning Herald
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European Factors to Watch-Shares set to pause after rally
PARIS Nov 24 (Reuters) - European stocks were seen opening flat to slightly lower on Monday, taking a breather from Friday's sharp rally sparked by dovish comments from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi and a surprise interest rate cut in ...
Euro wobbles on chance of more ECB action, Aussie perkier  CNBC
China's surprise upset markets  Futures Magazine
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Oil Advances for a Third Day as Iran Seeks OPEC Production Cut
Brent crude rose for a third day amid signs that Iran will seek an output cut at OPEC's meeting this week and after China unexpectedly reduced interest rates.
Europe seen lower; markets eye Iran talks, OPEC  CNBC
Brent remains above $80 after China rate cuts, ahead of OPEC meeting  Economic Times
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Emerging Stocks Rise for Fifth Day as Rate Cut Spurs China Rally
Emerging-market stocks rose for a fifth day as China's unexpected interest-rate cut spurred the biggest rally in Hong Kong-traded mainland companies in a year.
China stocks rise after surprise rate cut, yuan drops  Reuters
'Ghost train' haunts HK-Shanghai Stock Connect  CNBC
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Judge may set official end date for Detroit bankruptcy
DETROIT - U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes may set a date Monday for Detroit's official emergence from Chapter 9 bankruptcy, clearing the way for the city to slash more than $7 billion in debt and reinvest $1.4 billion in services over 10 years.
Questions, answers about Detroit's bankruptcy
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Korea Times: Samsung Electronics Mulls Major Executive Rejig At Mobile Division
( - South Korean conglomerate Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (SSNLF) is mulling a major rejig of its senior management executives as it continues to lose money and market share at its flagship mobile phone business, according to a report in ...
Samsung Mobile Executives Set to Pay Price in Overhaul  Bloomberg
Report: Samsung's head of TVs may be asked to revitalize mobile business  Australian Techworld
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Merry marijuana: Pot sellers woo holiday shoppers
In this photograph taken on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014, bud tenders Maxwell Bradford, back left, and Emma Attolini display buds in the shape of Christmas trees that are on sale for the holiday season in a recreational marijuana shop in northwest Denver.
Marijuana Shops Seek Holiday Surge With 'Green Friday'  Businessweek
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Bad behavior isn't always bad for startups' business
NEW YORK - Silicon Valley seems to have more than its share of companies behaving badly. Among up-and-comers in the tech world, privacy abuses and executive gaffes have become viral sensations.
Uber ´┐Żber Alles  TechCrunch
Does bad behavior really hurt business?  Valley morning Star
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Meat Safety Recall
A Minnesota beef distributor has enacted a nationwide recall of its product for possible E-coli contamination. WASHINGTON, D.C.--- A Minnesota beef distributor has enacted a nationwide recall of its product for possible E-coli contamination.
Ranchers Product Nationwide Recall  KRZK Radio
Minnesota Food Company Recalls 1200 Pounds of Ground Beef Due to E. coli ...  Beta Wired
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Thanksgiving travel this week to see high volume
There is no doubt that this week will be a busy travel week. Not only is the week of Thanksgiving traditionally the busiest travel holiday of the year, but with the lowest gas prices seen at this time in a few years - the national price of gasoline has fallen below ...
Number of Thanksgiving travelers expected to be highest in 7 years  The Intelligencer
46 million holiday travelers expected  WFAA
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