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Dec. 27 - European Parliament elections take place next year and fringe groups are set give mainstream parties a run for their money. But Breakingviews says a U.S.-style shutdown is unlikely.
Dec. 27 - Equity markets remain buoyant, but in early 2014 once the reality of Fed tapering begins to sink in it could be a different story, says IdeaGlobal Managing Director Mike Gallagher.
Dec. 27 - Japan's stock market is set to be Asia's top major performer in 2013. Investors will also look to India data to see whether the country is getting back on track.
Dec. 27 - Domestic and foreign wine makers are ploughing millions into Chinese vineyards to create a premium wine. But will consumers pay top dollar for a made-in-China wine?
Dec 27 - British companies have been outsourcing production to countries like China and India for years but now a number of UK firms are increasingly 'reshoring' manufacturing operations back home. Ivor Bennett went to find out how it's working for UK car parts maker RDM Group.
Dec. 26 - Stocks rally to record highs as upbeat retail data and a drop in jobless claims limit concerns caused by UPS and FedEx failing to meet Christmas deadlines. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Dec. 26 - Online retailers hit a snag as orders overwhelm FedEx and UPS, leading to gifts not delivered in time for Christmas. The snafu is the latest wrinkle in a holiday shopping season that is unlikely to beat forecasts. Bobbi Rebell reports.
Dec. 26 - NPD's Marshal Cohen says to some degree retailers brought the problems on themselves by pushing last minute free shipping- and while gifts went out on time, the shipping companies failed to deliver.