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Can’t Wait to Shop? Black Friday Is Rapidly Becoming Black Thursday – Patch.com



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Can't Wait to Shop? Black Friday Is Rapidly Becoming Black Thursday
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If you've been scouring all the Black Friday ads that have been leaked onto the internet, you already know that the year's biggest shopping day has become Black Turkey Day. Some will still be gobbling those post-Thanksgiving turkey
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Brent crude climbs over $114 on euro zone hopes – Reuters



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Brent crude climbs over $ 114 on euro zone hopes
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Traders work in the crude oil and natural gas options pit on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange in New York, July 18, 2011. By Christopher Johnson LONDON (Reuters) – Brent crude oil jumped more than $ 2 per barrel to more than an seven-week
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Groupon raising $700 million in IPO – Reuters



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Groupon raising $ 700 million in IPO
Reuters
An online coupon sent via email from Groupon is pictured on a laptop screen November 29, 2010 in Los Angeles. By Alistair Barr and Clare Baldwin (Reuters) – Groupon Inc is set to raise $ 700 million in its initial public offering after the largest daily
Groupon shares priced at $ 20 each for its IPOUSA Today
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Euro Falls Near $1.37 – Wall Street Journal



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Euro Falls Near $ 1.37
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK—The euro declined in choppy trade as market participants remain nervous about European leaders bickering over a plan to contain the euro zone's debt crisis. A news report that the German government hasn't
EU agrees on bank capital needs, split over bailout fundReuters
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New jobless claims continue modest decline – Los Angeles Times



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New jobless claims continue modest decline
Los Angeles Times
The number of workers filing for new unemployment benefits dipped slightly last week, a sign the job market is improving, albeit very slowly. The Labor Department said Thursday initial jobless claims filed in the week ending Oct. 15 dropped to 403000
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US sales of previously occupied homes fell in Sept – The Associated Press



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US sales of previously occupied homes fell in Sept
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans who bought previously occupied homes fell in September. Home sales are on pace to match last year's dismal figures — the worst in 13 years. The National Association of Realtors said Thursday that home sales
Home sales fall, mortgage rates jump from record lowUSA Today
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Southwest Airlines results top estimates – Reuters



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Southwest Airlines results top estimates
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Oct 20 (Reuters) – Discount carrier Southwest Airlines posted a higher-than-expected quarterly profit, excluding special items, and said bookings look strong, sending its shares up more than 4 percent. Dallas-based Southwest, which
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Fighting erupts at mass rally over Greece austerity bill – BBC News



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Fighting erupts at mass rally over Greece austerity bill
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Rioters have fought other protesters in Athens where thousands of people are rallying outside parliament to condemn a new round of cuts. Stones and petrol bombs were hurled and fire extinguishers set off as masked youths battled communist-backed trade
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US Stocks Bob From Gains To Losses After Stronger Philly Data; DJIA Up 14 – Wall Street Journal



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US Stocks Bob From Gains To Losses After Stronger Philly Data; DJIA Up 14
Wall Street Journal
NEW YORK (Dow Jones)–US stocks bobbed from gains to losses Thursday morning as investors weighed an encouraging surge in a gauge of mid-Atlantic manufacturing activity against a cautionary report that Europe's
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Oil up over $109 on tight supply – Reuters



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Oil up over $ 109 on tight supply
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – Oil rose to over $ 109 a barrel on Thursday, supported by tight supply and demand ahead of winter, with the steady return of Libyan oil exports accounted for and unaffected by the death of Muammar Gaddafi.
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