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Money Show Daily Alert Special Edition (December 24, 2012).:

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The PPI for finished goods falls 0.8% in November; finished core advances 0.1%: Bureau of Labor Statistics (December 13, 2012).:

Bureau of Labor Statistics The latest Producer Price Index news release has been posted on the BLS website at and also archived at . Highlights are below. The PPI for finished goods falls 0.8% in November; finished core advances 0.1% 12/13/2012 The Producer Price Index for finished goods fell 0.8 percent in November. Prices for finished goods decreased 0.2 percent in October and rose 1.1 percent in September. The index for finished goods less foods and energy advanced 0.1 percent in November.

BBC Breaking News (December 13, 2012).: Fracking for shale gas to resume in UK

        Fracking for shale gas to resume in UK The government gives the green light for the resumption of shale gas extraction in the UK after it was halted 18 months ago. More details...

ADVFN III Morning Euro Markets Bulletin (December 10, 2012).:

ADVFN I I I Morning Euro Markets Bulletin Daily world financial news Monday, 10 December 2012 London Market Report FTSE 100 Euronext Dax perf CAC 40 Please click on the images to view our interactive charts London open: Italian political uncertainty dampens stocks Market Movers techMARK 2,116.39 -0.31% FTSE 100 5,896.79 -0.30% FTSE 250 12,142.59 -0.37% Political uncertainty in Italy and an economic contraction in Japan weighed on stock markets on Monday morning, as investors shrugged off some better-than-expected industrial production figures from China. A close eye will be kept on Italian bond yields today after the weekend's news that Prime Minister Mario Monti is to step down at the end of the year once the 2013 budget has been passed. This follows last week's move by Silvio Berlusconi to withdraw his party's (PDL) support for Monti's technocratic government. "On top of this,