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- Inflation tops expectations.....is a rate hike now all but assured?; Will Canada be 'going dutch'?
- Stocks sell off as S&P cuts US outlook; Does a drop in foreign demand for Canadian bonds signal rising fixed interest rates?; Greek restructuring would be "catastrophic"
- How important is construction to economic growth and employment across Canada?: Part 2
- China's property bubble at risk?; What is driving oil prices?; Greek bond yields explode as Germany states support for restructuring
- How important is construction to economic growth and employment across Canada?: Part 1
- Bank of Canada holds the line; Royal LePage releases 'research report'; "Canadian 30 year olds are screwed!"
- Measuring the potential economic impact of a housing bust
- "Housing: Real Insanity".....Great article in Canadian Business
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Tag Archives: consumer debt
The ‘conservative’ Canadian consumer has been often cited as one of the primary reasons for Canada’s miraculous escape from the depths of the Great Recession. In fact, earlier this week, the deputy governor of the Bank of Canada attributed our … Continue reading
Building permits plunge I suggested a few days ago that the October and November housing start data were telling vastly different stories. November building permit data released today suggests that the spike in November housing starts, which were driven almost … Continue reading
Harper hints at rule changes An interview with Stephen Harper aired on Christmas day on CTV. The PM discussed a number of topics including the economy, Afghanistan, and US relations. While discussing the current state of the economy and upcoming … Continue reading
Bank of Canada sounds the alarm bell The Bank of Canada released their latest Financial System Review today. While they speak at length of the risks of European contagion, a weak global economy, low interest rates, and global imbalances, it … Continue reading