The Thanksgiving weekend saw more than 151 million bargain hungry consumers open up their wallets to make purchases either on the Internet or in physical stores, the National Retail Federation said on Sunday.
TOKYO An extended selloff in Chinese stocks pulled down Asian markets on Monday, while the yuan bounced on suspected intervention by Beijing hours ahead of an IMF decision on whether to promote it to a basket of global reserve currencies.
The last thing shoppers need is another name for their holiday binge; and yet here it is. First there was Black Friday. Then there was Cyber Monday.
Vehicles drive along a road with a traffic sign reading "Visibility low, slowdown the speed" on a heavily polluted day in Beijing.
SINGAPORE Oil dipped on Monday as traders remained cautious ahead of an OPEC meeting later this week and as a widely expected U.S.