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    Black Friday buoys hopes for retailers

    US consumer confidence has been rising all year and sharply lower oil prices have sparked optimism among investors in retailMamta Badkar in New York

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    Guest post: Hungary's low lending rates are not a supply side problem

    By Timothy Ash of Standard Bank A new initiative by the government of Viktor Orban in Hungary appears to be “right-sizing”Guest writer

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    Robert Mugabe tightens his grip on power in Zimbabwe

    Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s veteran president, is tightening his viselike grip on the country’s politics as his ruling Zanu-PFTony Hawkins in Harare and Andrew England in Johannesburg

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    SSP sees strong sales growth in US and Asia

    SSP Group, which operates brands in the UK including Upper Crust and Millie’s Cookies, reported strong profit growth in itsKadhim Shubber

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    China has ‘wasted’ $6.8tn in investment, warn Beijing researchers

    “Ghost cities” lined with empty apartment blocks, abandoned highways and mothballed steel mills sprawl across China’sJamil Anderlini in Beijing

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    Ebola vaccine trial shows promising results

    The first Ebola vaccine to be tested on humans, developed by GlaxoSmithKline and the US National Institutes of Health, has6m 57secs

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    No cut!

    As per Opec tradition, the cartel’s decision on Thursday has been leaked to wire reporters from Bloomberg and Reuters whoIzabella Kaminska

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    Westonbirt Arboretum lights

    A couple stand under light reflected from a mirrorball installation among evergreen firs as part of the Enchanted ChristmasJamie Han

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    British crime novelist PD James dies aged 94

    Phyllis Dorothy James, the acclaimed British detective novelist, has died peacefully aged 94 at her home in Oxford, herClaer Barrett and John Aglionby

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    Government bond yields hit record lows across Europe

    Government borrowing rates across Europe have fallen to historic lows as speculation mounts that the European Central BankElaine Moore in London and Claire Jones in Frankfurt

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