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1 March 2019

National economy goes down by 0.1%

In December, the Canadian economy shrank by 0.1% and reported declines during three out of four previous months.

According to Statistics Canada, the service sector rose by 0.2% in December, however, it was offset by a 0.7% decrease in goods-producing industries.

Manufacturing was down by 0.7%, marking the fourth decline in five months. At the same time, construction showed the seventh monthly drop in a row. It’s the first time we see that in almost 30 years.

The sector of oil and gas shrank by 0.3%. Meanwhile, support activities for mining and oil and gas were down by 16.8%, reporting the largest monthly decrease since March 2016.

"The influence from mandatory oil curtailment in Alberta will get worse and affect the Q1 GDP data," - TD Bank economist Brian DePratto noted. "We’re likely to see things getting worse first”.

 
28 February 2019

Many parents in Canada still support their adult kids financially

The recent report by Leger for RBC shows that Canadian parents are still providing financial support to their adult children, often even after they turn 30.

The poll of 1,004 Canadian parents was made last October and November. The respondents were asked about the influence their financial help to adult kids had on their own retirement plans. As the survey was conducted online it can't be fully randomized, but for comparison, a random sample of the same size would show only a 2.2% margin of error.

According to the poll, on average, 96% of parents with adult children still financially help them after they turn 18. The average supporting annual sum is $5,623. It includes paying for education and rent. More than half of parents even help with cellphone bills.

Parents are "aware of the difficulties their kids are facing, so they try to support them as they enter the workforce," Rick Lowes from RBC noted. "However, such gifts will have an influence on their retirement savings and plans."

 
27 February 2019

Inflation rate reached the lowest level in more than a year

Last month, the cost of living in Canada showed the slowest growth pace in more than a year, as gas prices fell by 14% from January 2018.

According to Statistics Canada, the inflation rate was down to 1.4% annually in January, following 2% in December and marking the lowest level seen since October 2017.

The price of most products affecting the inflation rate went up last month, but energy prices (including gasoline, natural gas, and heating oil) showed sharp declines. The total decline of energy prices almost reached 7%.

In addition to it, the cost of digital computing equipment fell by 9% annually, travel accommodation reported a 3% drop, as well as prescription drugs.

 
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