Thai Protesters Give Yingluck Two Days to Resign

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Dec. 1 (Bloomberg) –- In "The Big Picture," Bloomberg's Mia Saini reports on the top stories of the day. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "First Up.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Year-long is going to be lifted.

There could be a little bit of a short-term downward pressure on the stock market as a result.

Thank you so much.

Antigovernment protesters in thailand have vowed to step up their campaign after last week they saw three people died over the weekend.

Gangs tried to break into the government house.

Official eight say the prime minister was not there and is staying in a secure place.

Protesters held a math rally earlier after news that their leaders met with talks.

This did not constitute negotiation and gave exactly two days to resign.

They demand she hands over power to a reluctant people's council.

They remain big about what that happens.

The government accused them of treason.

They used violence to overthrow the government and present executive from exercising power.

This can be considered a

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