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Black Friday fever: police deal with desperate shoppers
Black Friday shopping fever has engulfed the UK, with fights breaking out between bargain-hunting shoppers, stores forced to close, and retailers' websites crashing as shoppers scrambled to grab discounted goods.
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It's Black Friday - the biggest shopping day of the year. We'll have all the bargains, special offers and scraps as shoppers scramble to get the best deals.
Standard Chartered's credit rating has been downgraded by Standard & Poor's for the first time in 20 years because of a downturn in the group's performance and concerns over its rising exposure to credit losses.
Drax Power must pay a �28 million penalty after failing to meet targets for energy saving measures in low-income households. Energy regulator Ofgem has today announced the payment from Drax after it emerged the local energy generator had only ...
Michael Noonan: I've defined what the squeezed middle is in money terms. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times. Patrick Logue.
Shares in the world's biggest energy groups have tumbled in a market rout as plunging oil prices put at risk billions of dollars of investment and jeopardised future supplies of crude.

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