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Dec 19 - Markets closed

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Shanghai 3,108.60 +51.07 (1.67%)
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Riyadh, UAE blame oil price decline on non-OPEC producers
ABU DHABI - Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have blamed the rout in oil prices on producers outside the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and reaffirmed their stance to hold output at current levels, despite a 50 per cent ...
​Saudi Arabia confident oil prices will rise, won't cut output  
The Guardian view on falling oil prices: mixed blessing  
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Two years of pain still lie in store for the UK's big supermarket chains, says Sainsbury's boss Mike Coupe. Zero price inflation and depressed consumer spending will continue to create an �extremely challenging� market, he said, adding that Sainsbury's ...
Britain's high streets will become a battleground on Monday as retailers brace themselves for a wallet-busting Mayhem Monday. With schools off, the search for last-minute Christmas gifts is set to hit epic proportions with the shopping frenzy that began this ...
XL Group Chief Executive Michael McGavick. Insurer XL Group is seeking a takeover of Catlin. Bloomberg News. By. Paul J. Davies. Paul J. Davies.
Retailers have celebrated one of their busiest weekends ever, but there could be better to come, experts predict. So-called Panic Saturday brought a boost to high streets across Wales - with St David's shopping centre in Cardiff marking one of its busiest ...
The Bank of England isn't under pressure to raise UK interest rates as inflation slides further below its target, bank policy maker David Miles said.

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