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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: savings
Anyone who frequents this blog knows that I love exploring consumer psychology, group think, and how they change over time. We know that in order for an asset class to deviate markedly from its long-term measures of fundamental value and … Continue reading →
Note to my readers: A trusted and very knowledgeable reader has pointed out some potentially significant (and inadvertent) misrepresentation of data contained in this post. Alas, I am human, and this blog represents my thoughts and insights into the current … Continue reading →
Stats Canada has released some updated data tables for consumer and mortgage credit. Let’s have some fun and look at the growth in credit vs. the growth in income and inflation over the same period. Total inflation growth according to … Continue reading →
Well it’s official! The U.S. ‘officially’ exited recession back in June, 2009 according to the National Bureau of Economic Research. “Any future downturn in the economy would now mark the start of a new recession, not the continuation of the … Continue reading →
Hello all For some time now I’ve been making a number of predictions on the state of the economy and housing. These predictions are archived mostly over at my brother’s blog and date back as far as 2008. I’d like … Continue reading →