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A "for sale" sign is seen outside a home in New York June 19, 2012. (SHANNON STAPLETON/REUTERS)
A "for sale" sign is seen outside a home in New York June 19, 2012. (SHANNON STAPLETON/REUTERS)

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Toronto’s housing market is no New York 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.

Toronto’s no New York

Where Toronto house prices rank on a North American scale. Quick preview: Toronto’s in the Top 10, but well behind leaders San Francisco and New York.

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Fight food fraud

This infographic looks skeptically at terms like imported, artisanal and organic as used in food packaging.

Stop listening to politicians

That’s what money manager Eric Sprott says in this commentary about how the global economic situation is worse than politicians are letting on. For a more honest view, he suggests you check out what publicly traded companies are saying about the business climate.

Best deals in cash-back cards

The Million Dollar Journey blog declares the MBNA SmartCash and Capital One Aspire Cash World cards as the top choices in cash-back credit cards.

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