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By MarketWatch Premarket news Wall Street pointed higher after President Obama and House Speaker Boehner both spoke positively of prospec ts to solve the fiscal-cliff dispute and after the U.S. government released some key economic data. The retail industry is reporting results; Tiffany is down after cutting its outlook. And coffee can cost you: Starbucks offers a $7 cup of special java. Indications: Stock futures up on ‘cliff’ hopes; GDP data ahead U.S. stock futures push higher on Thursday on fiscal-cliff optimism. Read Indications U.S. Q3 GDP revised up to 2.7% from 2.0% U.S. jobless claims drop 23,000 to 393,000 Euro
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Commentary November 26, 2012 Stocks May Move Back To The Downside After Last Week’s Rally - U.S. Commentary After moving notably higher last week, stocks may move back to the downside in early trading on Monday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a moderately lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 37 points. (Nov 26, 2012) Full Article Economic News BoJ Minutes: Japan Must Battle Deflation Members of the Bank of Japan's monetary policy board believe it is imperative that the country overcome the deflationary pressures that have now plagued Japan for years, minutes from the board's October 30 meeting revealed on Monday. (Nov 26, 2012) Full Article South Korea Consumer Confidence Improves In November Confidence among South Korean consumers improved in November, rebounding from a nine-month low in October, a report from Bank of Korea showed Monday. (Nov 26, 2012) Full Article Eurozone Ministers Meet Again To Un
Business in Vancouver Today's Business News | BIV -October 9, 2012--.Enbridge pipeline hearings ending in B.C.; Vancouver miner fires 2,100 strikers; Vision Critical gets new CEO and HQ
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Politics and Policy Northern Gateway pipeline hearings return to B.C. Hearings on Enbridge Inc.'s (TSX:ENB) Northern Gateway pipeline return to B.C. this week as they enter the final – and critical – questioning stage. Mining and Energy Atlatsa fires more than 2,000 striking mine workers Vancouver-based Atlatsa Resources Corp. (TSXV:ATL) this morning announced that it has "dismissed" 2,161 workers that have been taking part in "unprotected industrial action" at the company's Bokoni platinum mines in South Africa. Endeavour Silver announces work stoppage at Mexican mine Vancouver silver miner Endeavour Silver Corp. (TSX:EDR) this morning announced that an illegal work stoppage is blocking company management and subsidiaries’ personnel from accessing some company facilities near the company’s El Cubo mine in Mexico. Media and Marketing Vision Critical gets new CEO and HQ Vision Critical,