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Retailers around the world have been hoping to cash in on America's Black Friday.
We ask how far Russia can take action given its economic difficulties.
Brazilian billionaire arrested in Petrobras scandal.
Nestle finds forced labour in its supply chain
Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading in New Jersey on the day's trading.
Businesses in Brussels are starting to feel the bite as it remains on high alert.
Peter Jankovskis of Oakbrook Investments in Chicago on the day's trading
US drugs giant Pfizer bought Allergan in the biggest pharmaceuticals deal in history.
Fri 20 Nov 2015
Emissions crisis worsens for VW and Spain, 40 years after the death of General Franco
Healthcare stocks pull US market lower
Thu 19 Nov 2015
Tourists are staying away from Paris after the recent attacks in the capital
Wed 18 Nov 2015
The US Federal Reserve appears to be on track to raise interest rates next month.
Might the European ideal of free movement of people be sacrificed for security's sake?
Tue 17 Nov 2015
US investors were rattled as news came in of a bomb threat at a football match Germany.
World leaders say funding for so-called Islamic State must be cut off
Mon 16 Nov 2015
Markets show resilience following the Paris attacks.
Businesses in Paris have been re-opening after the devastating attacks on the city.
We reflect on events in Paris, two days after the attacks that killed 128 people.
Sat 14 Nov 2015
Giri Cherukuri of Oakbrook Investments in Chicago on the day's trading.
Fri 13 Nov 2015
Sluggish recovery in France and Germany is holding back economic growth in the Eurozone.
Thu 12 Nov 2015
Cary Leahy of Decision Economics on the day's trading.
EU and Africa leaders agree migrant fund. But is it enough?
Wed 11 Nov 2015
Doug McIntrye of 24/7 Wall Street on the day's trading, including Macy's latest figures.
The firm will build new data centres in Germany to shield customers from US surveillance.
Joe Saluzzi of Themis Trading, NJ on the largest US financial cyber-hacking charges.
Tue 10 Nov 2015
Following the disaster in Bento Rodrigues, mining company Samarco's licence is suspended.
Mon 9 Nov 2015
We hear about slowing growth from Peter Jankovskis at Oakbrook Investments in Chicago
Ministers are urged to solve the crisis in Europe's steel industry.
Fri 6 Nov 2015
A proposal to build a pipeline from Canada to the United States has been scrapped.
The non-farm payroll report shows the number of people without a job dipped below 5m
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