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Canadian mortgage performance to remain stable in 2020

12/18/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

Canadian mortgage lenders shouldn’t worry too much about the performance of their loans in 2020 according to a new report from Fitch Ratings.

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Bank of Canada keeps key interest rate target on hold

12/5/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

The Bank of Canada kept its key interest rate on hold as expected at 1.75 per cent where it has been for more than a year as it said Wednesday that ongoing trade conflicts and ... More


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Mortgage interest cost index slows but cost of living remains higher

10/21/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

The cost of living was higher across many products and services in September.

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Bank of Canada keeps key interest rate steady

7/10/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

The Bank of Canada is keeping its trend-setting interest rate steady at 1.75 per cent in a decision widely expected by economists.

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Bank of Canada to cut rates in October, then twice more

7/3/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

The Bank of Canada will start cutting its key lending rate in October as annual economic growth slows to one per cent in 2020, according to Capital Economics.

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Inflation surges to highest in seven years, giving Bank of Canada room to hold rates

6/20/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

Canadian inflation quickened in May on increases across all eight major components, giving the Bank of Canada plenty of scope to hold ... More


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Fixed or Variable Rate?

5/6/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

Goodbye, variable-rate mortgage. Everyone’s going fixed these days, and for good reason.

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Household debt to have knock-on effect upon banks, economy

4/29/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

Canadians now owe an average of $1.79 for every dollar of disposable income.

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Bank of Canada to cut rates before the end of 2019

2/28/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

Capital Economics predicts that The Bank of Canada will cut its key lending rate in December as a weakening housing market and oil sector headwinds drag GDP growth back below ... More


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Interest rates might remain flat until next year

1/14/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

The central bank will most likely refrain from further hikes “given increased market volatility and more restrictive financial conditions.

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Economists renew prediction for lower interest rates for Canada in 2019

1/5/2019 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

Ahead of the Bank of Canada’s first policy meeting of the year, scheduled for next week, Capital Economics is back at it again.

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Rate rises may be reshaped by oil production cuts says CIBC

12/4/2018 | Posted in Canadian Economy and Interest Rates by Jessi Sandhu

The Bank of Canada will announce its December interest rates decision Wednesday and few are expecting a Grinch-like pre-Christmas shock.

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