Prepare some turkey leftovers and brace yourself for one of the busiest shopping days of the year. But this year's black Friday deals aren't only available in stores, continuing a trend toward earlier and more online deals.
OPEC's decision to cede no ground to rival producers underscored the price war in the crude market and the challenge to U.S. shale drillers.
NEW DELHI: Crude oil futures fell 0.16 per cent to Rs 4,320 per barrel today as speculators indulged in reducing their exposures amid a weakening trend in Asian trade where it plunged to over four-year lows after the OPEC cartel refused to cut production.
Japan stocks rose, capping the biggest monthly gain in over a year, as the yen fell after inflation data spurred stimulus bets. Airlines led gains after OPEC took no action to ease a global oil glut.
Black Friday has long been the most important day of the year for the US retail sector. But in a new twist, it is also becoming the most important day for some US workers.