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Nov 27 - Markets closed

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Rosneft's Sechin says oil could fall below $60/barrel next year
MOSCOW Nov 27 (Reuters) - Russia's most powerful oil official Igor Sechin said in an interview with an Austrian newspaper that oil prices could fall below $60 by mid-way through next year.
Opec members flounder in a flood of cheap oil  
OPEC decides not to cut oil production, sending crude prices to 4-year low  
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Campylobacter contamination of fresh shop-bought chickens has significantly increased since August, with every major retailer failing to meet targets to reduce the food poisoning bug, results show.
Pressure is mounting on the board of one of Britain's biggest energy firms to scale back a controversial �25million pay package for its new boss.
Amazon has been accused of many things in the last two years, including not paying its taxes, damaging the high street, and mistreating staff.
Forget Black Friday - it could be Black Eye Friday as bargain hunters scrap in the aisles to get their hands on the best deals. With prices slashed by up to 70% in shops and online, millions are expected to cash in on the biggest sales bonanza of the year.
Tesco has parted company with at least three of the executives asked to step aside amid the grocer's �260m profit overstatement, said people familiar with the situation.

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