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Bank of Japan Unexpectedly Eases Policy
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda speaks at the BOJ headquarters in Tokyo Friday. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images. By. Takashi Nakamichi And.
Wall St. rallied broadly as BOJ ramps up stimulus  Reuters
Yen Declines to 7-Year Low on BOJ Monetary Easing  Bloomberg
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No Trick, Just a Treat: Gas Could Drop Below $3 a Gallon on Halloween
Drivers will have a very happy Halloween this year. Gas prices will likely fall below $3 Friday, if not Saturday, according to GasBuddy analyst Patrick DeHaan.
Gas drops below $3 for first time in 4 years  KGMI
Michigan Gas Prices Now Under $3; Some Area Prices Down To $2.87  WSJM
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US consumer spending falters; wage gains highest since 2008
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. consumer spending fell for the first time in eight months in September, suggesting the economy lost some momentum heading into the fourth quarter.
US Consumers Cut Spending for First Time Since January  Wall Street Journal
Consumer spending drops in September as income growth slows  Los Angeles Times
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Consumers are perkiest in more than seven years
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - Consumers ended October the perkiest they've been in more than seven years, thanks to rosier economic expectations, according to a report released Friday.
Consumer Sentiment in US Rises to Highest Since July 2007  Businessweek
Consumer Sentiment Rises to July 2007 Levels  Fox Business
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UK to Repay First World War Bonds
LONDON�Britain will repay a chunk of old debt. Really old debt, some of which was used to bail out the South Sea Company when it collapsed in 1720.
UK Treasury chief set to pay off World War I bonds
UK says will pay off part of World War One-era debt next year  Town Hall
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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 ...
Starbucks Plans a Delivery Service as Sales Growth Slows
Starbucks to deliver in 2015  USA TODAY
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Exxon Posts Higher Earnings Despite Drop in Production
Exxon Mobil is the largest publicly traded oil company. Its refinery in Baytown, Texas, is shown above. REUTERS. By. Chelsey Dulaney.
Exxon 3Q profits up on refining boost  USA TODAY
Exxon Mobil 3Q Results Beat the Street  Fox Business
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America's gun stores are overstocked
sturm ruger guns Sales plunged for Sturm, Ruger, maker of the Mini-14 pictured here and a wide variety of other guns, because dealers overstocked, causing an inventory glut.
Sturm, Ruger & Co. (RGR) Dropped To A New Low After Weak Q3 Report  RTT News
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Defence boosts US growth
A smaller trade deficit and a surge in defence spending buoyed US economic growth in the third quarter, but other details of yesterday's growth report hinted at some loss of momentum in activity.
US economy shows solid growth, but it's about to be tested  Los Angeles Times
Fed vindicated as growth gathers momentum in US with 3.5 per cent rise  The Independent
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Some �Black Friday� deals start this weekend
(KTVI) - The holiday shopping season will launch this year before most trick-or-treaters have a chance to eat much of their Halloween candy.
Target Black Friday Deals Will Come with Free Shipping  Gotta Be Mobile
Amazon says Black Friday starts Saturday  CBS News
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