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    Oil above $50 on hopes for non-OPEC cuts

    Oil prices have rebounded on growing optimism that non-OPEC producers might agree to cut output.

    Gold slips after ECB decision

    Gold slipped after the dollar rebounded on the back of a decision by the ECB to extend its stimulus program.

    US manufacturing, services see rising profit 2017: ISM

    US manufacturing and services firms expect to see rising revenues and profits next year, amid a stronger economy and only modest increases in costs, the Institute of Supply Management said Thursday.

    Copper falls as dollar gains

    Three-month copper on the London Metals Exchange ended lower, reversing earlier gains, after ECB's decision to extend its stimulus program.

    US election was most 'talked about' in 2016: Facebook

    The US presidential election was the most "talked about" topic on Facebook in 2016, in a year filled with discussion and debate on issues that were both serious and light-hearted.

    Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq close at records, extending rally

    US stocks powered to fresh records Thursday, with all three major indices posting new highs, after the European Central Bank extended its stimulus program.

    Asia News Agenda Friday

    Asia news highlights on Friday.

    Aussie dollar slips against greenback

    The Aussie dollar has slipped against the US dollar, which has strengthened after the ECB extended its quantitative easing program.

    Australian share market set to open higher

    The Australian share market looks set to open higher following overnight gain on Wall Street and Europe.

    As capital flees, China mulls liberalising some sectors

    China has indicated it may relax restrictions on foreign investment in some sectors as it struggles to balance an overseas exodus of capital and faces accusations of protectionism from US President-elect Donald Trump.

    Trade deficit worsened in October

    Trade accounts still on the mend
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