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U.S. markets closed mixed in a holiday-shortened session on Friday. The DOW JONES closed unchanged at 17,828.24 points whereas the S&P 500 declined -0.25% with a final quote of 2,067.56 points. Both indices ended a sixth week of consecutive gains. The energy sector of the S&P 500 fell 6.3 percent on Friday, shale-stock weighed on the sector as oil prices slumped. In November, the Dow and the S&P added 2.5%. Markets are awaiting the Manufacturing PMI, ISM Manufacturing and speeches of FOMC Member Dudley and FED Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer later in the day.
Hong Kong's Hang Seng is trading -2.60% at 23,364.90. China's Shanghai Composite closed at 2,680.74 points, a loss of -0.08.
Japan's Nikkei gained +0.75% after the latest economic data closing at a two-week high at 17,590.10 points.
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