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Trading AAPL, HPQ & other discount stocks

As shoppers prepare to go after deals on Black Friday, "Fast Money" traders looked at stocks they can buy at a discount.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Jacob Pramuk
Stocks close mixed; Dow posts narrowest trading range of year

U.S. stocks closed narrowly mixed in low volume trade after a slew of data releases Wednesday, the last full trading day of the holiday week.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Evelyn Cheng
UPDATE 1-Osborne's U-turn on tax credits unlikely to hurt UK welfare push

LONDON, Nov 25- British finance minister George Osborne's U-turn decision not to cut state support for low-income workers will provide short-term relief for many households across Britain, but is unlikely to dent his broader attempt to rein in welfare spending. Osborne had wanted to curb tax credits sooner but his plan ran into opposition even within his...
Source: Reuters | By: William James
Nuclear exit unthinkable for climate conference host France

France relies more on nuclear power than any other nation. PARIS, Nov 25- Early this year, France's state energy and environment agency was set to publish a study that found the country could realistically abandon nuclear reactors and rely completely on renewable power in decades to come. Any suggestion of abandoning the atom is unthinkable for many in France,...
Source: Reuters
NHS reforms announced by George Osborne  

George Osborne, U.K. finance minister, announces changes to the country's national health service, including a £6 billion cash injection into its budget, and removes the cap on the number of student nurses by replacing direct funding with student loans.
Source: CNBC.com
ANALYSIS-Other central banks set to act, but Swiss policy cupboard bare

ZURICH, Nov 25- When the Swiss National Bank stunned markets in January by abandoning its currency cap it had imposed in its franc against the euro, it did so with eyes on the European Central Bank. After the decision to end the minimum exchange rate sent Switzerland's currency soaring, the SNB's policies of negative interest rates and foreign currency purchases...
Source: Reuters | By: Joshua Franklin and Paul Arnold
UPDATE 1-BOJ can stand pat now as more firms raising prices-Shirai

*Shirai sees 2 pct inflation target being hit around June 2017. MATSUE, Japan, Nov 25- Bank of Japan board member Sayuri Shirai said the central bank can hold off on expanding stimulus to reach its inflation target as robust consumption makes firms more confident about raising prices, and will help offset the drag caused by weak oil prices. "Now is a time where we would...
Source: Reuters | By: Leika Kihara
Canada's Ontario sets 2050 goal for cut in greenhouse gases

Nov 24- Canada's most populous province, Ontario, said on Tuesday it would aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent from 1990 levels by 2050, although it offered only hints of how it hopes to slow climate change. Ontario, whose economy depends in part on manufacturing, will outline a five-year plan next year with specific commitments for cutting...
Source: Reuters
Hate your job? Try launching a China ETF right now

Several firms are trying to launch Chinese ETFs after the summer swoon in the mainland stock market. Success is mixed.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Evelyn Cheng
The hottest and coldest stocks in the market

For a big group of stocks within the S&P 500, performance trends have been either decidedly positive or negative.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Dominic Chu