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Canada to rely on next BoC governor to boost growth as Flaherty tries to balance budget

April 29th, 2013




Finance Minister Jim Flaherty’s determination to balance Canada’s budget in two years increases the likelihood the government will lean on Mark Carney’s replacement at the head of the Bank of Canada to boost growth in the nation’s economy.
Flaherty’s plan to eliminate the deficit in time for elections in 2015 limits scope for further fiscal stimulus and increases the responsibility for t ...

Vancouver housing market shows signs of improvement

April 26th, 2013


Sandra Wyant has come across tantalizing clues that she believes point to a gradual turnaround in Vancouver’s tepid housing market.

The new president of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver sees modest but encouraging signs of a stalemate easing between buyers and sellers. Sales volume in the Vancouver region fell 18.3 per cent in March, compared with the same month in 2012, but ther ...

How an obscure budget change could raise mortgage rates

April 24th, 2013
A row of houses, with a mortgage. (Comstock Images/Photos.com)


The acronym “ABCP” doesn’t come to mind when people go mortgage shopping. But if you get a new mortgage in the next few years, it could very well affect your interest rate.

ABCP stands for asset backed commercial paper. It’s used by a handful of non-bank lenders to raise capital for mortgage lending. ABCP got a bad name when it froze up on investors during the credit crunch of 2007-2008. T ...

Bank of Canada holds rates: What the analysts say

April 18th, 2013

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The Bank of Canada on Wednesday chopped its economic growth forecast for the country and left interest rates unchanged but still insisted the next move in interest rates would l ...

Bank of Canada holds rate steady, but chops growth forecast

April 17th, 2013
This is Mark Carney's penultimate monetary policy decision before he moves to his new job at the Bank of England.
Canadian PressThis is Mark Carney's penultimate monetary policy decision before he moves to his new job at the Bank of England

OTTAWA — Canada’s economic fate could rest strongly on our neighbours to the south, just as long as the crisis in Europe remains contained.

The Bank of Canada is putting stock in a modest recovery in the United States to lift exports and investment in th ...

Scotiabank CEO to Flaherty: Stop meddling in the mortgage market

April 12th, 2013

“I understand why the finance minister is concerned about the Canadian economy, but I just philosophically don’t think” government should be setting product pricing, Scotiabank CEO Richard Waugh said Tuesday.

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck“I understand why the finance minister is concerned about the Canadian economy, but I just philosophically don’t think” government should be setting product pricing, Scotiabank CEO Richard Waugh said Tuesday

Finance Minister Jim Flaherty shouldn’t interfere with mortgage pricing set by the country’s lenders, Bank of Nova Scotia Chief Executive Offi ...

Canadian home prices edge higher: Royal Lepage

April 5th, 2013
First-quarter home prices rose in the country's major housing markets, a survey by real estate firm Royal LePage shows. Chief Executive Phil Soper says tight inventory is driving prices higher, which bodes well for the spring selling period.

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