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Nov 28 - Markets closed

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Black Friday 2014: live
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Leader: Retailers should scrap 'Black Friday' hype  
Black Friday Embrace by British Retailers Brings Discounts and Disorder  
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It was supposed to be the start of the peak Christmas shopping season. But across Britain yesterday, stores were left looking more like a battlefield as Black Friday frenzy took hold.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. crude tumbled 10 percent in its biggest one-day drop in more than five years on Friday, and benchmark Brent broke below $70 a barrel, as OPEC's decision not to cut output sent oil traders and analysts scurrying to find a new ...
Asda's Black Friday sale in Wembley, London, was 10 months in the planning. Extra TVs, toys and tablets had been bought specifically for the event.
LONDON, Nov. 28 (Xinhua) -- Two generation firms were fined 39 million pounds (about 62 million U.S. dollars) for failing to meet environmental targets, the British energy watchdog Ofgem announced on Friday.
Both her 'lion' and 'panda' manifested itself during a meeting at the office which The Times journalist sat in on.

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