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- Thai protests to continue, election not the aim - protest leader9:19 PM ET | Reuters
- China November inflation declines9:11 PM ET | AP
- Thai PM Yingluck says to dissolve parliament, hold election9:11 PM ET | Reuters
- UPDATE 2-Australia's QBE flags loss due to U.S. claims, shares dive8:57 PM ET | Reuters
- China November inflation eases to 3 percent from 3.2 percent, leaving more room for stimulus8:56 PM ET | AP
- REFILE-Small steps to Mars are a big leap for Indian companies8:54 PM ET | Reuters
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[BRIEFING.COM] A solid November employment report translated into a solid day of gains for the major averages. While there was some talk that the encouraging job growth raised the odds of the Fed announcing a tapering at its December meeting, the message of the markets today was either that it didn't believe there would be a tapering this month or that it doesn't fear a tapering this month.
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