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The Target Canada store in Guelph, Ont.Tim Fraser/The Globe and Mail

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

When it's cheaper to shop Canadian
A blogger compares prices at Target stores in Canada and the United States and finds quite a few things are cheaper there than here. Notable exceptions: Nutella, the chocolate bread spread, and batteries.

Stocks loved by hedge funds
Apple, Google and 48 others are listed here.

She's Leaving Home
A father writes here about how his daughter moved back home after she graduated from university, and how she didn't move out until he and his wife charged her rent.

Dream home or money pit?
A financial planner looks at the ins and outs of young couples buying a house.

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