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James Bevan, CIO at CCLA Investment Management, expects a production cut by OPEC and anticipates fresh lows for oil prices in 2015. He sees gold prices falling further to $950 per ounce next year.
In an interview with ET NOW, Geoff Lewis, global markets strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, says medium-term outlook for Indian markets remains very bright but expects to see a significant
Michael Brown's parents speak out  (27 November 10:49 am) 
The parents of Michael Brown speak out about the grand jury\'s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot their son. Rough cut, no reporter narration
More record highs on Thanksgiving eve  (27 November 07:46 am) 
As traders headed out for the holiday, stocks were in a holding pattern but managed to ht new highs. Bobbi Rebell reports.
From spacey to spectacular, stores kick off the shopping season with extravagant window displays. Sharon Reich reports.
Operation Smile, provides free surgery to repair facial deformities for children in Vietnam, to mark first groundbreaking mission 25 years ago. Sharon Reich reports.
Brick and mortar stores are using new techniques to bring shoppers into their stores- including omnichannel strategies and pricey entertainment offerings. Bobbi Rebell reports.
The actor stars in the new film as a Danish general set in 1882. Alicia Powell reports.
Retailers plan to use mobile technology to get shoppers into stores this holiday season- leveraging their physical presence to fight back against online rivals, says the ICSC President Mike Kercheval.
Will lack of funds hurt EU growth plan?  (26 November 11:46 pm) 
The European Commission\'s new President has presented a plan to leverage 300 billion euros of largely private new investment in the EU. But as Amy Pollock reports many doubt it will work without more
Just how hard is Russia hitting Germany?  (26 November 11:46 pm) 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has accused Russia of violating international law with its interventions in Ukraine. Her comments come as the impact on Europe of Russian sanctions continues to grow.
Clashes break out in Hong Kong, where police are trying to clear protesters camped out in the city\'s Mong Kok district. Nathan Frandino reports.
All eyes on oil - so will output change?  (26 November 10:46 pm) 
OPEC leader Saudi Arabia has signalled it\'s unlikely to push for a major change in oil output at the producer group\'s meeting this week. As David Pollard reports, their comments come as Russia refuses
"Birdman" tops Spirit Award nominations  (26 November 10:49 pm) 
\"Birdman\" leads the list of nominees for the 2015 Independent Spirit Awards. Rollo Ross reports.
Holiday firm hit by shock CEO exit  (26 November 09:46 pm) 
The Chief Executive at the world\'s oldest holiday company has departed abuptly sending shares tumbling. As Hayley Platt reports Harriet Green had been credited with reviving Thomas Cook.
The iconic piano from \"Casablanca\" and the Cowardly Lion suit from \"The Wizard of Oz\" fetch millions at auction. Sara Hemrajani reports.
Pet dogs to be used in anti-ageing trial  (26 November 08:50 pm) 
Researchers in the United States are preparing to discover whether a drug commonly used in human organ transplants can extend the lifespan and health quality of pet dogs.
Pet dogs to be used in anti-aging trial  (26 November 10:49 pm) 
Researchers in the United States are preparing to discover whether a drug commonly used in human organ transplants can extend the lifespan and health quality of pet dogs.
Innovative recycling project in La Paz separates city waste and converts plastic garbage into school furniture made from \'plastiwood\'. Tara Cleary reports.
Breakingviews: BT back to the future  (26 November 05:46 pm) 
Investors can forgive BT going back to the future. Getting back into mobile is unusual but defensible.
Russian chill in Europe's ski resorts  (26 November 05:46 pm) 
A sharp drop in Russian visitors is sending an icy chill through Alpine ski resorts that have previously profited from free-spending eastern tourists. As Sonia Legg reports the weakening rouble is
Officials discuss second night of protests in Ferguson, MIssouri. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Trevor Williams, chief economist at Lloyds Bank, says weak growth in China, Russia, Brazil hurting oil demand. In an interview with ET NOW, he says crude prices are likely to remain low in the coming
The power of women's fashion  (26 November 04:46 pm) 
From the suffragettes to Margaret Thatcher and Angela Merkel, women through the centuries have used fashion to define and enhance their position in the world. Hayley Platt speaks to the curator of a
In an interview with ET NOW, Samuel Le Cornu, senior portfolio manager at Macquarie Investment Management, says India\'s current account deficit may continue to improve due to positive government