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American Debt Challenge: Economic negotiations have become the perfect foil for easing the tension between President Obama and the business community. There has been no love lost between the White House and the business community, due to debatable policy fights over financial and health care reforms. During the recent election, business groups spent more than $50 million supporting the President’s opponent Mitt Romney, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

Debt Crisis in Europe: Service industry companies in the Euro zone foresee gloom as they predict very little chance of a return to growth for the region soon, according to business surveys published Thursday. The response in Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, fell sharply. Nonetheless, the German economy is showing improved signs of resilience, as companies look beyond the Euro zone crisis to greener pastures in China and the United States.

Black Friday Shopping: In spite of stores offering incentives and earlier openings better than ever, this Thanksgiving, there are fewer footfalls expected for Black Friday sales.

Major banks announce around 160,000 job cuts: The 160,000 job cut plans, is likely to be a conservative estimate as smaller banks and brokers are also downsizing staff or closing down shop, and bigger banks have not always disclosed target numbers of layoffs.  More layoffs are expected as the industry restructures. Downsizing could slash just over 20 billion euros off banks’ collective cost base.

Workers in Banking sector will not be immune to job cuts either. Many employees are likely to leave the shrinking sector for good, setting up their own small consultancies or different types of businesses. Few are able to find equivalent jobs and only a small proportion of those are qualified to move into other jobs. The layoffs were much bigger in Europe than in Asia or the United States. It is a big blow to Britain where the finance industry constitutes about 10 percent of the economy. The job cuts also  reduces the tax revenues generated from the banking sector at a time when the global economic recovery is slowing.

Anna

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