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Biggest shopping day of the year unfolds as online transactions overtake 2014
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Black Friday online spending surges as consumers shun high street  Financial Times
Britons head online in hunt for Black Friday bargains  Reuters
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UK growth held back by fall in trade
Trade applied the brakes to Britain's economic recovery in the third quarter of the year, dragging down growth by the most on record.
Will the second quarter GDP performance spring a surprise?  Hindu Business Line
UK growth hit by biggest drag from net trade on record
HSBC whistleblower jailed in absentia by Swiss court
A Swiss court has convicted a former HSBC worker of economic espionage and sentenced him to five years in jail. Herve Falciani was on trial for leaking bank data that led to tax evasion probes worldwide against prominent clients with accounts in ...
HSBC leaker sentenced to five years in prison  Financial Times
Former HSBC Switzerland Employee Herv� Falciani Handed Five-Year Jail Term  Wall Street Journal
Black Friday for China stocks but metals not so heavy
Chinese shares slumped 5 percent on Friday, hit by regulatory and industrial sector worries, though it wasn't enough to derail the first weekly rise for metals like copper and zinc since early October.
China stocks hit hard, rest of world shrugs  Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
Black Friday shoppers flood Windsor malls
Cash registers were humming in Windsor in the lead up to the weekend as Canadian and U.S. shoppers scoured for Black Friday deals.
Thanksgiving shoppers fight amid Black Friday chaos in Kentucky  Daily Mail
Was Louisville Black Friday mall brawl staged?  CBS News
US STOCKS-Wall St ends flat; Disney, retailers dip on sales worries
... * U.S. markets close early day after Thanksgiving holiday. * Thin Black Friday crowds kick off holiday shopping season. * Disney drags on Dow, S&P; weighs on media stocks.
MarketsS&P 500 little changed on shortened trading day  Financial Times
Dow Ends Slightly Lower in Shortened Session  Wall Street Journal
Watchdog urges ECB to stop banker meetings before policy decisions | Reuters
FRANKFURT The European Union's top watchdog has urged the European Central Bank to stop meeting market players such as hedge funds shortly before setting policy, adding to pressure for it to tighten its rules of engagement.
ECB easing, US jobs data in focus  Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
The Euro And The Dollar: The New Normal?  Seeking Alpha
Strategic review: HSBC to shut its private banking business in India
The bank which made the announcement in an internal e-mail to employees will move around 70 employees working in the division to the retail banking business.
HSBC to shut private banking biz in India  Business Standard
HSBC India downs the shutters on private banking operations  Hindu Business Line
Cards Against Humanity's Black Friday Deal Is Literally Nothing
The folks at Cards Against Humanity have decided to pit themselves against the retailers flogging the public with bargains on Black Friday with a deal of their own: $5 for nothing.
Cards Against Humanity wins Black Friday, again  CNBC
Cards Against Humanity sells literally nothing for $5 on Black Friday  Kansas City Star (blog)
Good time for India to tie up long-term LNG contracts: IEA
Low prices of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the global markets provide a good opportunity for India to tie up long-term contracts, according to Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency.
Govt to make oil sector fair, transparent: Pradhan  Chandigarh Tribune
India needs Rs 9 lakh cr yearly investment in energy, says IEA  The Navhind Times