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Nov 28 - Markets closed

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Asda shoppers rush to buy discounted TVs
Police have been called to supermarkets across the UK as crowds of people hunt for "Black Friday" offers. Greater Manchester Police appealed for calm after attending seven Tesco shops, at which three men were arrested and a woman was hit by a falling ...
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U.S. consumers flocked to malls and stores yesterday as the annual holiday shopping season commenced, with some finding they'd lost out on the best deals as stores opened earlier than ever.
HUNDREDS of people were queuing outside Asda, in West Bridgford, in the early hours of yesterday to get hold of the Black Friday deals.
Oil prices hit a four-and-a half-year low in the wake of the decision by the Opec producers' cartel not to cut output. Brent crude fell $2.43 to $70.15 a barrel on Friday.
The company behind Canary Wharf has named its price after entering into talks with the consortium stalking the east London financial district.
House prices climbed to another all-time high in November but the pace of growth in property values is continuing to cool, Nationwide Building Society has reported.

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