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Double Your Money Selling Old Pennies by the Pound

Benjamin Franklin once said that a penny saved is a penny earned, but if the pennies are older, they can be worth more. At current copper prices, the melt value of older pennies is well over two cents, and you don't even need to melt them down to extract that extra value.

Canadian Banks Find the U.S. Market Hard to Resist

Canadian banks fared well during the financial crisis and global recession thanks to their prudent management and the country's prudent regulations. But in a saturated market, what can they do with all the capital they've accumulated? Expand south of the border into the U.S., of course.

Canada Rejects Takeover Bid for Potash

In a surprise decision by a government that has historically favored foreign investment, Canada has rejected a $38.6 billion foreign takeover bid for Saskatchewan-based Potash Corp.

Canadian banks show us how it's done

In recessionary times, it would seem that Canadian financial institutions remain true to form. By that I mean, Canadian banking professionals are...