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Nov 24 - Markets closed

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Sports Direct criticised over plan to pay �11m to Mike Ashley's brother
Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley: 'Technically the money is owed and therefore should be paid.' Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA.
Pay my brother �11m, Mike Ashley tells Sports Direct board (although he's ...  
Sports Direct under fire over �11m 'owed to Mike Ashley's brother'  
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Black Friday is huge for big retailers, but smaller businesses are also getting in on the action. by Arun Kakar. Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Email0.
A three-bedroom terraced house is being marketed as the perfect 'stocking filler' after it went on the market with a reserve price of just �1.
It was billed as a make or break Budget, so did the Chancellor pitch it right? Philip Hammond pulled a George Osborne-sized rabbit from the hat at the end with the abolition of stamp duty for first-time buyers, but was that enough to make us to forget ...
LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Sterling climbed to a near two-month high on Friday as a break of some key technical levels in a holiday-shortened market prompted some traders to rein in their short positions.
Shoppers view electronics displayed for sale at a Target store on Black Friday in Dallas, on Nov. 24, 2017. Photographer: Laura Buckman/Bloomberg.

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