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The Canadian and American border crossing at Lewiston-Queenston from Ontario to New York is empty around one o'clock Friday morning. (JENNIFER ROBERTS FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL)
The Canadian and American border crossing at Lewiston-Queenston from Ontario to New York is empty around one o'clock Friday morning. (JENNIFER ROBERTS FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

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Carrick on money: Cross-border shoppers, come home Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

Cross-border shoppers, come home
Developers are finally starting to build U.S.-style outlet malls in Canada, and several new properties are expected to open in the next few years.

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Invest like Einstein
How thinking like Albert Einstein can make you a better investor and, no, you don’t have to understand the theory of relativity.

Cleaning out your closet
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Globe Investor is highlighting some of the best features of our website this month with Globe Investor Tips. Here’s the list so far.

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