Published by Sherry Cooper
Canadian Economic Resilience.
Canadian Economic Resilience presentation for REIN (Real Estate Investment Network).
The Bank of Canada Held Rates Steady and Took A More Neutral Tone It was widely expected that the Bank of Canada would maintain its key policy rate at 5% […]
US ‘drives the bus’ on long-term interest rates – but BoC likely to push ahead with cuts, suggests economist Decision makers at the Bank of Canada could be weighing up […]
Jobless Rates Hits 22-Month High–Led by Losses in Finance and Real Estate EmploymentToday’s StatsCanada Labour Force Survey for November was a mixed bag. Total employment gains were stronger than expected. […]
The Table Is Set For Rate Cuts In 2024 The Canadian economy weakened far more than expected in the third quarter, down 1.1% annually. However, the Q2 figures were revised […]
Good News On the Inflation Front Suggests Policy Rates Have Peaked Today’s inflation report showed a continued improvement, mainly due to falling year-over-year (y/y) gasoline prices. The October Consumer Price […]