LONDON: Brent crude fell to a fresh four-year low on Friday, sending oil-related shares and currencies lower, after OPEC decided against cutting output despite a supply glut.
Instead of buying at Wal-Mart on the storied busiest shopping day of the year, Billy Moffett, 39, picked up a bullhorn outside the store in Raymore, Mo.
Stocks ended mostly lower -- but with the Dow eking out a new record close -- as Wall Street separated the winners and losers tied to nosediving oil prices and kept a close tabs on Black Friday sales.
After five months of skidding crude prices, energy players and politicians who depend on oil and gas revenue are finally warning a slowdown in Canada's oil patch is on the way - one that will crimp growth and the economy.
You can't get them all at the same small business, but you can get them all on Small Business Saturday. Small shop owners are urging consumers to spend some of their Christmas budget at locally owned businesses, which rely on the holiday season for as ...