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Dec 18 - Markets closed

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Oil Trades Near 5-Year Low as Russia Echoes OPEC Output Policy
Oil traded near a five-year low in New York as Russia reiterated that it will keep crude production steady next year, echoing OPEC's strategy of refraining from curbing supply to tackle a global surplus.
Gulf Oil Ministers Defend OPEC Output Stance  
'Massive' spending to continue despite 50% oil price drop  
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British Airways' boss Willie Walsh has made an audacious �860million bid for the Irish airline - where he trained as a pilot - only for his offer to be rejected.
LONDON, Dec 19 (Reuters) - British house price growth is expected to slow next year as tighter mortgage rules and affordability constraints continue to bite in much of the country, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) said on Friday.
The Black Friday retail extravaganza turned out to be a damp squib for Scottish stores. Picture: Getty. by SCOTT REID. Updated on the 18 December 2014 22:01.
THE crisis facing the North Sea oil and gas industry, with predictions of tens of thousands of job losses generated by the slump in the oil price, is "deeply worrying," a senior member of the Cabinet has admitted.
The price of a barrel of Brent crude slipped back from 63 dollars to around 60. Picture: Getty. by DOMINIC JEFF. Updated on the 18 December 2014 19:07.

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