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New York regulator says it will probe possible bias in Apple Card credit limits after viral tweets

A spokeswoman for the New York Department of Financial Services confirmed Saturday that the agency will investigate. Read More source

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5 tactics retailers will use to get you spending this holiday season

The sooner you get into the holiday spirit, the more you may be willing to spend. Read More source

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Canada sheds 1,800 net jobs in October, unemployment steady at 5.5%

Statistics Canada’s jobs report came in below economists’ expectations but follows two consecutive months of growth. Read More source

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Are winter tires worth it? How to put your best wheels forward in snow and ice

In most of Canada, you need winter tires. But in a few cases, all-weather tires may also be an OK…

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Own a house with your partner? Here’s what happens if you break up

If you don’t have a legal agreement you could face troubles. Read More source

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‘My morning coffee party’: How to co-own a home with friends or family

There are many upsides to teaming up with other buyers — and many of the downsides can be overcome, experts…

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Can’t afford a financial plan? You can get a money check-up

Financial industry expert Preet Banerjee hopes bringing robots and financial pros together will help lower the cost of good financial…

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Canadian oil and gas drilling activity expected to fall by 10 per cent in 2020

The association representing oil and gas service companies is predicting a 10 per cent fall from current depressed levels of…

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Canadian economy ekes out modest 0.1% gain in August

The reading follows two consecutive months of virtually flat growth in June and July. Read More source

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Propane shipments, asset sales impact Calgary-based AltaGas’ third quarter results

The Calgary-based company says it earned $22 million or eight cents per share for the quarter ended Sept. 30 compared…

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Bank of Canada holds key interest rate at 1.75%

Unlike other advanced economies, Canada is not cutting interest rates just yet. But our resilience in the face of a…

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Alberta UCP asking arbitrators to cut public service pay by 2%

Workers affected include nurses, social workers, hospital support staff, prison guards, conservation officers, toxicologists, restaurant inspectors, therapists and sheriffs. Read…

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U.S. State Department review doesn’t ease worries of Keystone XL pipeline opponents

Opponents of the Keystone XL oil pipeline say U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration is understating the potential for the line…

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Canadians fear debt almost as much as they fear death: survey

The most common reported fears were surprise or unexpected expenses and not having enough money to retire. Read More source

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U.S. stocks hit record high as part of China trade deal comes ‘close to finalizing’

The S&P 500 hit a record high on Monday, while the Nasdaq fell just short of its lifetime high touched…

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Your car-loan payment may be way too high. Here’s what’s happening

How negative equity on your car can trap you in a cycle of debt. Read More source

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‘Oh, you’ve had bad investments’ — when the magic of the TFSA works against you

TFSAs are wonderful for growing your savings but can also amplify the impact of bad investment decisions. Read More source

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Cannabis producer Hexo lays off 200 workers

Cannabis company Hexo Corp. says it is cutting 200 jobs to adjust for expected future revenues and ensure the long-term…

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