'Black Friday' sales attracted mostly discount hunters among the low-income consumers, while the wealthier opted staying at home, thus leaving apparel and perfume shops on the skids in the wake of holiday season.
The European Central Bank is mounting its monetary stimulus, pumping more euros into global finance, while the US Fed is gradually withdrawing from its international presence, once again stirring debate of the euro possibly replacing the expensive dollar in global transactions as political risks rise.
Gold is declining in price as US monetary policy undermines market confidence in low-yielding material asset, resulting in half of global mining becoming commercially unviable.
Cards Against Humanity, which bills itself as "A party game for horrible people," issued a Black Friday challenge on its website: Money for nothing.
The waning weeks of the year present opportunities to take actions that might help save money on your 2015 tax bill, such as making deductible contributions to charity or harvesting money-losing stocks. Now also might be a good time to start preparing your income-tax return.
The U.S. auto industry likely shrugged off calendar curveballs in November to post its third-consecutive annual sales rate above 18 million units, suggesting the car business is at the strongest level since at least 2001.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG reached an agreement Saturday with trade union Verdi on the wages and pensions of around 33,000 ground crew and personnel.
The yellow metal traded as low as $1,051.60 an ounce on Friday, the cheapest price in nearly 6 years.
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