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27 December 2017

The average consumer debt in Canada reaches $8,500

According to the latest survey by Ipsos, the average sum a Canadian owes in consumer (non-mortgage) debt reached $8,539.50. Nevertheless, the Canadians feel more optimistic about their financial state than in 2016.

The poll was conducted during the period from December 10 to 14. It shows that 12% of respondents have debts of more than $25,000. In case of other 14%, the number varies between $10,000 and $24,999.

About 46% reported no consumer debts at all. Although the overall numbers may seem strong, they mean that those consumers, who have debts, owe a lot of money.

In case we take into account only those who have debts, the average sum will go up to $15,473.

 
22 December 2017

Canadian economic growth slowed down in October

According to Statistics Canada, the national economic growth was unchanged in October, as the increases in the wholesale trade and retail sectors were offset by a drop in oil and gas extraction.

Meanwhile, economists expected the GDP to show 0.2% after the same result in September.

Now, the specialists predict that growth in the second half of 2017 has moderated after a strong performance in the first half of the year. However, better labor market results and stronger inflation can lead to more rate hikes by the central bank in 2018.

 
20 December 2017

Statistics Canada gave answers to wrong questions

In its latest report, Statistics Canada said that non-residents owned only a small share of properties in Toronto and Vancouver, and they preferred condominiums.

When real estate prices started growing sharply in Toronto and Vancouver, many blamed foreign homebuyers for that. Nevertheless, there were no solid data on this issue.

The federal government started a $40 million initiative called Canadian Housing Statistics Program (CHSP), which had to fill this information gap. The first release by CHSP hasn’t provided much help in solving this issue. Instead, it shows who owns real estate in the country.

It’s important to understand that homebuyers and homeowners are not always the same people.

 
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