by News Staff Posted Nov 30, 2015 3:05 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Cyber Monday is a favourite day for shoppers, but that’s also the case for scammers trying to get your money online as well.For example, a new phishing scam called ‘Canadian Delivery Express’ has popped up with an email asking you to send your personal information to have your shipment sent. \It even happened to a 660 NEWS sales agent.Better Business Bureau Vice-President of Marketing and Communications Cammi Laird said now is the time to be diligent.“It’s the scammers favourite time of year right now, because people have their wallets out and their credit cards ready and that’s when they want to catch you when you’re stressed and hurried and vulnerable,” she said.She said you should never give your credit card information to anyone that you haven’t ordered from.“Make sure you’re not on a phishing-type website,” she said. “They’re pretty sophisticated and look like almost exactly like an eBay or Amazon, you want to be really clear on what the URL is, that’s the address at the top of the screen.When you are doing an online order, make sure the URL has HTTPS, with the “S” standing for secure. pexels.com Related Stories Break out the credit cards: it’s Cyber Monday Cyber Monday is scammers ‘favourite time of year’: BBB
Some United States stocks could face more volatility next week as President Donald Trump and rival Joe Biden face off in their first debate ahead of a November election that betting services currently view as almost a coin flip.A strong performance in Tuesday’s debate by Biden, who currently has a modest lead in betting odds and polls, might boost stocks related to global trade and renewable energy, while a perceived debate victory by Trump could benefit fossil fuel and defense companies.The first of three scheduled debates comes at a fraught moment on Wall Street. The Sept. 26, 2016 debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton, for example, sparked a 2 percent surge in the Mexican peso, as well as moves in oil, gold and Treasuries, according to a University of Michigan and Dartmouth College study.Many investors view Biden as more likely to raise taxes, and see a second term for Trump, who favors deregulation, as better for the overall stock market. At the same time, a Trump win could spark concerns over ramped up tensions between Washington and Beijing.With expectations of a delayed vote count, the options market shows investors are bracing for volatility in November and December. Trump declined on Wednesday to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses, and said he expected the election battle to end up before the Supreme Court.Adding to political uncertainty, betting websites are offering odds giving Biden a 53 percent chance of beating Trump, down from as much as 61 percent in early August, according to RealClearPolitics.A Biden win could boost the S&P 500 by about 1 percent the following day, while a Trump re-election would push the index down about 4 percent, according to an analysis by Cornerstone Macro based on a statistical comparison of recent asset prices and election betting odds.“A possible interpretation of this result is that markets have increasingly priced in a Biden win and view the alternative as posing some risks, possibly stemming from potential escalating trade tensions or similar factors,” Cornerstone Marco wrote.Gullane Capital Partners LLC, a hedge fund in Memphis, Tennessee, is focusing on each presidential candidate’s likely effect on specific stocks it owns, rather than what each candidate might mean for Wall Street as a whole, said Managing Partner Trip Miller.“Biden is good for some of our businesses, like solar, and Trump is better for some of our other businesses that benefit from lighter regulation,” Miller said.UBS in a report this week predicted that a second term for Trump would have little effect on healthcare. On the other hand, a Biden victory would lead to only modest changes, rather than a major overhaul of health insurance, even if Democrats took control of the Senate.“We believe that the rhetoric on changes to healthcare policy exceeds the reality of what can be accomplished,” UBS analysts wrote.Topics : The S&P 500 tumbled around 10 percent from record highs in recent weeks before paring some of those losses on Friday, as investors worry about a prolonged recovery from the coronavirus and uncertainty related to the Nov. 3 presidential vote, including the possibility of a delay in announcing a winner.If one candidate emerges stronger on Tuesday, “the debate could be an individual stock and sector play,” said Jack Ablin, Chief Investment Officer at Cresset Wealth Advisors.“For example, I think life under Biden would be a lot simpler for Apple than life under Trump,” Ablin said, referring to Trump’s trade conflict with China.Individual stocks and other assets have been susceptible to market moves as a result of debates, even as broader markets have generally shrugged them off.
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Sisodia said the Prime Minister may use the complaint to frame him in matters of extortion or molestation. For the last one and half months,” The Minister said the Centre must contribute to the Gujarat’s project erecting the world’s tallest statue in the Narmada river for which he would like state governments to also contribute.
NFL free agency rumors: Teddy Bridgewater to re-sign with Saints News of the signing comes after the Dolphins reportedly offered Teddy Bridgewater the job, though he turned it down to re-sign with the Saints and continue serving as backup to veteran Drew Brees, who is nearing retirement at age 40. The Dolphins traded Ryan Tannehill to the Titans last week and failed to sign Tyrod Taylor as another potential replacement. The Fitzmagic is moving on to Miami.According to ESPN, which cited unidentified sources, the Dolphins have signed former Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to a two-year, $11 million contract with incentives that could make it between $17 and $20 million. The deal makes Miami the eighth franchise Fitzpatrick has played for as the 36-year-old journeyman prepares to enter his 15th NFL season in 2019. Related News Fitzpatrick filled in admirably for the suspended Jameis Winston last season, finishing with 2,366 passing yards for 17 touchdowns with 12 interceptions in seven starts.He has started 126 of 141 career NFL games and has a career passer rating of 81.1.