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'Fearless Girl' gets her new home

NEW YORK—The “Fearless Girl” is making her stand outside the very temple of American capitalism.

The hands-on-her-hips statue that spent most of the past two years staring down Wall Street's “Charging Bull” sculpture, becoming a spunky symbol of feminine empowerment, was unveiled yesterday at her new permanent home in front of the New York Stock Exchange.

Wall Street’s Fearless Girl statue gets new place of honour

NEW YORK — The Fearless Girl is making her stand outside the very temple of American capitalism.

The hands-on-her-hips statue that spent most of the past two years staring down Wall Street’s Charging Bull sculpture, becoming a spunky symbol of feminine empowerment, was unveiled Monday at her new permanent home, in front of the New York Stock Exchange.

Bank leaves interest rate untouched

OTTAWA—The Bank of Canada left its trend-setting interest rate untouched yesterday as fresh economic developments, including the sharp drop in oil prices, threatened to delay future hikes.

The central bank's decision maintained its trend-setting rate at 1.75 percent.

It followed a quarter-point increase at the bank's previous policy meeting in October.

Alberta cuts help some, hurt some: analysts

CALGARY — Oil production cuts announced by the Alberta government will have the desired outcome of reducing steep price discounts on western Canadian crude, but will also create winners and losers, financial analysts say.

Shares in the companies most likely to benefit from the move to curtail crude production starting Jan. 1 soared Monday as oil price differentials plunged.

Complaints against Canadian telecom, TV providers soar 57% in 2017-18: report

There has been a dramatic increase in the number of complaints raised against Canada’s telecommunications providers, according to an annual tally released Tuesday by the private-sector body assigned to resolve disputes brought by customers who haven’t been able to get satisfaction directly from their provider.