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Sunday, November 29, 2015
Checked 5:05 PM; Last Updated 10:25 AM CST; 16:25 GMT


Apple News
  • "Why I No Longer Buy Apple Suppliers and Just Buy More Apple: Becoming an iDevice supplier isn't always what it's cracked up to be: quite the contrary, in fact." The Motley Fool 11/28
Industry News
  • "U.S. stocks pushed by energy shares, pulled by defensive plays: KaloBios jumps as short sellers face squeeze" MarketWatch 11/27
  • "Stocks End Short Session Mixed Ahead of Jobs Week: The turkey has been trussed, roasted and eaten and now investors are turning their attention to the labor market in the coming week." TheStreet 11/27
  • "Stocks end mixed as retailers tally Black Friday, Thanksgiving numbers: Black Friday, the so-called Super Bowl of the retail selling season, is underway, but the stock market was little changed in the holiday-shortened session as investors waited, and waited, for sales results from the kickoff to the holiday shopping season." USA Today 11/27
  • "Wall Street Ends Flat in Holiday-Thinned Trade as Disney Drops: U.S. equity markets were relatively flat as shoppers hit the streets in search of the best day-after-Thanksgiving deals and traders headed home early after the shortened trading session." FOXBusiness 11/27
  • "Dow Ends Slightly Lower in Shortened Session: The Dow industrials ended lower in an abbreviated, post-Thanksgiving session Friday, as Disney and energy-company shares weighed on the index." [Paid Membership Required] 11/27
  • "Chinese shares plunge 5.5% as authorities probe brokers over violations: Chinese authorities' investigations into two major Chinese brokerages over suspected violations drove shares in Shanghai sharply lower Friday." MarketWatch 11/27
  • "European stocks ease off 3-month high but log weekly gain: European stocks slipped Friday, pulling back from three-months highs, as commodity shares bore the brunt of the fallout from a slide in Chinese equities and strengthening in the U.S. dollar." MarketWatch 11/27