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Black Friday sales bonanza set to hit a record
The Black Friday sales bonanza has kicked off with UK consumers predicted to spend almost �8bn during what has become a four-day shopping event.
Slow start for Black Friday in UK after days of early bargains  
Sales up as shoppers grab early bargains instead of traditional Black Friday ...  
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It's not just retailers who can cash in on consumers looking for cash-saving online Black Friday deals, cyber criminals are out to bag a bargain too.
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After a day off for Thanksgiving, US markets have started off in a positive mood. Helped by higher oil prices and rising retail shares on Black Friday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is currently up 37 points or 0.16% while the S&P 500 opened 0.17 ...
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