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FOREX-Dollar back on bullish footing on upbeat data, shaky euro
... * Dollar benefits as fresh ECB easing prospects hurt euro. * Trading subdued with U.S. markets shut for Thanksgiving holiday. * Aussie hit by surprisingly weak domestic investment data (Updates throughout).
Draghi, a Rabbit, the Euro and the Magic Trick Traders Envision  Bloomberg
Asian shares edge up, euro under pressure as ECB looms  euronews
Why do Canadian stores even offer Black Friday sales?
Despite its U.S. origins, Canadians have embraced Black Friday shopping with a fervor normally reserved for play-off hockey games.
Canadians gearing up for Black Friday  News Talk 770 Calgary
Newegg Unveils Black Friday Deals for Canadian Customers  Cantech Letter
Four more TTC workers fired for benefits scam
The TTC have fired four more employees in connection with ongoing investigations into alleged benefits fraud, the transit commission announced Wednesday.
Four more TTC staff fired as fraud probe continues  Toronto Star
TTC fires 5 employees for allegedly claiming fraudulent benefits
Philippines GDP Jumps 6% in Third Quarter
The Philippine economy continued to gain momentum in the third quarter, outperforming many of its more China-reliant peers in Southeast Asia with the help of strong private consumption and increased public spending, but falling short of government ...
Philippine economy grew 6 per cent in 3Q as services expanded, full year ...
PH additional rice imports to be “much lower” than estimated  Manila Bulletin
Consumer spending increases slightly in October for second straight month
WASHINGTON - We're the 0.1 percenters. Consumer spending posted a modest increase for a second straight month in October, while personal income rebounded after a sluggish September.
US GDP growth raised for Q3  Daily Times
Consumer spending up a weak 0.1 percent in October  Savannah Morning News
ACCC chair says not "a rubber stamp" after rejecting Brookfield's Asciano plan
Competition watchdog chairman Rod Sims has denied he is opposed to vertical integration after turning down a plan by Brookfield Infrastructure to tackle regulatory concerns with its $9 billion Asciano takeover.
Qube edges ahead in Aussie infrastructure fight  Reuters Blogs (blog)
ACCC concerned about Asciano deal  Herald Sun
HP Inc Plunges After Printer Business Underwhelms
Shares of HP Inc, which houses former Hewlett-Packard Co's legacy hardware business, plunged 16.3 per cent on Wednesday after the company's lacklustre results fuelled concerns about its ability to weather a slowdown in the printer and PC markets.
Naver considers lawsuit against HP over copied logo  AsiaOne
Two HPs Diverge on Lackluster PCs, Corporate Tech Optimism  IT Business Net
Gold close to multiyear after run of upbeat US data
SINGAPORE - Gold hovered close to its lowest in nearly six years on Thursday, as the dollar held at multimonth highs and US economic data reinforced market expectation of an interest rate hike this year.
Gold near multi-yr lows as US data supports rate hike view
Gold near multi-year lows as US data supports rate hike view | Reuters  Firstpost
US accuses Syria of buying oil from Isis
The US on Wednesday accused Syria of buying oil from the Islamist militants of Isis and imposed sanctions on a Syrian businessman it claimed is at the centre of the trade.
US sanctions businessman helping Syrian government buy oil from Islamic State  Reuters Canada
US slaps sanctions on IS oil middleman  Sky News Australia
US Durable Orders Climb 3% in October
WASHINGTON—Orders for long-lasting goods rose in October, a gain that represents a big jump in the volatile aircraft category and a modest pickup elsewhere.
Orders for US durable goods jump 3 per cent in October with solid investment ...  Montreal Gazette
US durable goods orders rise in October  The Australian