This weeks top stories include how the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development states that Canada may need to cut interest rates further, how the growth of mortgage debt in Canada has begun to slow, how U.S. home prices have seen another decline, how some of the worlds central banks have joined forces to prevent […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how sales of existing U.S. homes rose last month by 1.4%, how U.S. growth was downgraded to 2% for the third quarter of this year, how retail sales in Canada were up in the month of September, how U.S. jobless claims were up again and how Canadian wage gains have […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how the U.S. economy could be end up in another recession with a little bit of bad news, how plastic polymer notes are going to be the future of Canadian currency, how Canada’s economy is set to slow down in the near future according to the OECD, how employment insurance […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how the Canadian economy expanded in the month of August mainly on energy consumption, how a Greek referendum could be a positive thing according to Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney and how the Toronto real estate market is on fire again. Economy up on energy consumption There is further […]Read More →
This weeks top stories include how Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney is poised to be the new head of the Financial Stability Board, how U.S. consumer confidence took another dip in the month of October, how the Bank of Canada decided to keep its overnight lending rate unchanged at this week’s meeting, how the […]Read More →
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