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25 OCtober 2017

No rate changes from the Bank of Canada

Today, the central bank decided to keep its key lending rate unchanged at 1%.

As you know, this rate affects interest rates, which are offered by commercial banks on their mortgages, credit lines, other loans and savings accounts.

In 2017, the Bank of Canada has already raised the rate twice: in July and September.

Such changes were caused by the signals of heating up national economy. However, the economic numbers has moderated since then, and that explains the BoC’s cautious tone.

"Today’s monetary policy is appropriate," – the Bank says. "Although weaker monetary policy stimulus will be necessary in the future, the central bank is quite cautious in terms of the policy rate forecasts."

 
24 October 2017

RBC says Ontario housing market is stabilizing due to the new rules

A necessary consumer confidence growth will show itself in the higher stability of Ontario’s real estate market, following the implementation of the Fair Housing Plan.

According to RBC senior economist Robert Hogue, the previous uncertainty we’ve seen at the market earlier in 2017 has almost vanished.

Most Toronto real estate agents share this idea, saying the market is stabilizing.

Homebuyers start understanding that the market hasn’t crashed, so they come back.

 
23 October 2017

Rate hike forecasts for this week are weakening

Forecasts on a possible rate increase in October are getting weaker already. Now some experts believe the central bank will not change the rate this week and wait for the economic results during the fall season.

According to Avery Shenfeld, chief economist at CIBC Capital Markets, the Bank of Canada may face difficulties with assessing the end of NAFTA, in case it happens, and with determining the consequences of stricter mortgage rules, economic growth, and inflation amid the future minimum wage increase in Ontario.

In his opinion, the economy’s data on the wave of the BoC’s recent rate hike can’t be fully assessed until March 2018.

 
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