In October, The inflation rate in Japan edged lower, weighting on the goal of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's campaign to beat deflation in the third largest economy of the world.
It's time for another drop in weekly price for oil as the OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) members instead a cut in supply decided to gear up for a price war with United States.
On Thursday, millions of consumers looking for Black Friday deals, which is also often called Black Thursday now, flocked in malls and logged on to their computers to grab what they wanted at a discounted price.
All's not well in the Walmart stores as the employees in Washington, D. C. and at least six states to stage a strike on Black Friday, which is surely one of the busiest shopping period of the year. The protest is related to wages and working hours.
A survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York revealed that, the total U. S. household debt increased a little in the third quarter. The survey reported the debt of total $11.7 trillion, and bank marked the end of the crisis-era "deleveraging process."
According to state media reports, in a latest coal mine accident, 24 workers were killed in China.
Quoting the state-owned Fuxin Coal Corporation, the official Xinhua news agency said that the fire at the mine also injured 52 people. The mine where the accident happened is located in country's north-east in the Liaoning province.