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Oil Prices Falling
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Ahead of the upcoming holiday travel season into the end of December, on the New York Mercantile Exchange, oil for January delivery fell 62 cents or 0.7%, to settle at $87.88 a barrel with upcoming travelers yelling 'fall baby fall' in hopes of lower prices at the pump. For the week ended November 30 the U.S. Energy Information Administration reported a bigger-than-expected fall in crude supplies but also reported a hefty climb in gasoline inventories.

Reports from Citigroup Inc. (C) on Wednesday indicate the financial institution will cut another 11,000 jobs around the world. Additionally, Citi reportedly will take $1.1 billion of pre-tax charges in its latest attempt to cut expenses. By 2014, Citi said it expects to cut $1.1 billion of annual expenses, while reducing revenue by less than $300 million a year. Citigroup said 25% of the charges are expected in the Securities & Banking unit, with another 10% in Transaction Services or 1,900 jobs will be cut. The company also said nearly 35% of charges and 6,200 job cuts, will come from its Global Consumer Banking business while remaining job cuts are spread across the firm.

More top officials from the Securities and Exchange Commission have announced plans on Wednesday, to leave the agency. According to the SEC, Robert Cook, the director of division of trading and markets of the SEC as well as General Counsel Mark Cahn plan to leave the agency. The announcement comes just one day after SEC Division of Corporate Finance chief Meredith Cross said she is leaving the agency at the end of the year to return to the private sector.

The U.S. Commerce Department reported Wednesday that during October, factory orders rose 0.8% for a much stronger than expected. Durable goods during October were revised higher to a 0.5% gain from prior estimate that orders were flat. Other news from Commerce for October include: new orders for nondurable goods increased 1.1%; orders for nondefense capital goods increased 1.8% and shipments and inventories both gained 0.4%.

According to the Institute for Supply Management on Wednesday, the U.S. services sector grew at a slightly faster pace in November, from October. The survey of purchasing managers from the ISM said the executives who buy supplies for their companies rose to 54.7% during November from 54.2% in October. Of the 18 industries tracked by the ISM, eleven reported growth during November. The ISM's new-orders index rose 3.3 points to 58.1%; production rose by 5.8 points to 61.2% and the employment gauge fell 4.6 points to 50.3%.

The U.S. Labor Department reported that the increase in U.S. productivity during Q3 was revised up to 2.9% from initial reading of 1.9% as a result of companies generating more goods and services than originally estimated. During the July to September period, output reportedly rose 4.2%, up from prior estimate of 3.2%. Hours worked last quarter remained unchanged at an increase of 1.3%. Unit-labor costs fell by a much larger amount than originally reported by a drop of 1.9% versus initially reported 0.1% decline. For Q2, unit-labor costs were revised lower to a 0.5% decline instead of a 1.7% advance previously reported. For Q3, hourly wages rose 0.9% instead of 1.8%. Wages fell 1.4% versus initial reading of a 0.4% decrease when adjusted for inflation, for the largest drop since Q4 2011. Decline in manufacturing productivity was revised down to 0.7% from 0.4%. Productivity remained unchanged at a 1.9% increase for Q2.


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