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More Money Wednesday Roundup: Credit Scoring via Facebook & High-Interest Banking

Personal finance from around the Web:

  • Do you find yourself telling the kids to be careful who they hang out with? Turns out the same advice goes for you, online. Creditors are turning to your social networks to help determine whether or not you will make a good customer. [PC World]
  • The ever-capricious housing market defied economists predictions of a 1.9% increase in new-home sales for February, instead dipping 2.2 percent. [The New York Times]

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